Booking Terms

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On Arrival guests must arrive no earlier than 2pm (unless other wise arranged).


Payment is made on checking out. We cater for all Credit Card and Debit Cards. Guest
must vacate room by 11.00am.


Guest must vacate room by 11.00am.


If the on-line booking system says there are no vacancies, it is still often possible to book a room by telephoning the hotel directly.


We operate a 24 hour Cancellation policy.


Reservations which are cancelled within 24 hours of the date of occupancy will be charged in full.


For information
and bookings:


The Russell Hotel
80 London Road,
Royal Tunbridge Wells,
Kent, TN1 1DZ,
Tel. +44 (0)1892 544833
Fax +44 (0)1892 515846


To find out more about places to see in and around town select one of these areas :

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The Town

marks the beginning of the former spa resort when a courtier, Dudley, Lord North discovered the spring and claimed the waters to be health giving.

In 1630 Tunbridge Wells entertained it's first royal visitor, Queen Henrietta Maria (mother of King Charles II). The Earl of Abergavenny later developed the town into what was one of the most popular spas of the 18th and 19th centuries. Daniel Defoe and Samuel Pepys were visitors and Queen Victoria often came to the town as a child. Tunbridge Wells received its Royal prefix in 1909 when Edward VII gave it his sanction.

Discover the unique shopping experience waiting in Royal Tunbridge Wells. Its unrivalled combination of specialist shops, big high street names and high quality restaurants all in the charming setting of this historic town, make a day at Royal Tunbridge Wells a real pleasure for shoppers of all tastes.


The Pantiles
are the historic heart of the town and its colonnaded walks were once the playground of visiting royalty and gentry. Today it is still possible to take the traditional spring water. Many of the towns 35 antique shops are located in this quarter as well as the towns Tourist Information centre.


Parks and Gardens
Calverly Gardens are the floral heart of Tunbridge Wells, just off the High Street. Whilst The Common is a vast green space opposite The Russell Hotel containing fabulous rock formations which have enchanted children for centuries and of course the town's cricket pitch.