Premier Inn has opened its ninth Hub by Premier Inn property in London, located next to West Brompton station.

The 89-room Hub by Premier Inn London West Brompton is situated on Lillie Road, opposite the Earls Court development site, and with access to the District Underground Line and the London Overground Line at West Brompton station.

It is the first London Hub by Premier Inn property outside of zone 1, joining the recently opened Hub by Premier Inn London City Bank (for a review click here), and other locations including Tower Bridge, Spitalfields, Westminster, Goodge Street and Kings Cross.

Premier Inn launched the Hub brand in 2013, with the first property opening in Covent Garden the following year – for a review of this hotel see:

Hotel review: Hub by Premier Inn Covent Garden

The brand also has three properties open in Edinburgh, and is targeting a number of other London locations, as well as cities including Bath, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Chester, Dublin, Durham, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Leeds, Lincoln, Liverpool, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton, Winchester, Windsor and York.

Features include “compact” rooms (about half the space of a standard Premier Inn room, although Bigger Rooms are also available), with technology including smart TVs, ensuite shower rooms, pull out desks and free wifi.

Commenting on the news Derek Griffin, head of acquisitions in London and the south for Whitbread, said:

“West Brompton is an excellent location for a Hub by Premier Inn hotel given the vibrancy of the local area and its excellent transport connections.

“Our Hub by Premier Inn hotels are performing well across our network of sites in London and Edinburgh and we’re confident the brand will trade just as well in urban village locations like West Brompton as in central London.

“It’s an exciting time for our Hub by Premier Inn brand and we are actively seeking new freehold and leasehold opportunities across London and in towns and cities across the UK.”