Three-Decker Divans in Elm Bank Hotel Shelter
The entrance to these improvised sleeping quarters is down a six-feet stairway directly below the main stairs.
Each bunk, made with deep springs and coil interiors, measures 6-feet by 3-fet, ensures complete relaxation – the 20-inch walls, utmost safety.
Guests now have their choice upstairs wit H and C, or downstairs with comfort and quietness, which coupled with excellent food, is obtainable at as low as 3 1/2 Guineas per week.
ELM BANK HOTEL
Widmore Green, Bromley
Source: Bromley & District Times, 11th October 1940 (pg 1)
This photos shows some triple-decker bunks bed in a subway tunnel during the war, to given an example of what the Elm Bank shelter might have been like.