Famous for theatre, shopping, dining and the arts, with beautiful parks and a rich, varied history, London is a place where you can experience the best of everything.
Mayfair is in the heart of London and Brown’s Hotel is in the heart of Mayfair, boasting one of the most prestigious addresses in the city. The hotel is located within walking distance of key shopping streets such as Bond Street and Regent Street in addition to major theatres, art galleries and all key central London landmarks. It also sits on the doorstep of the stunning green spaces of Green Park and Hyde Park. The hotel has a fascinating history and has hosted many distinguished guests since it opened as London’s first ever hotel in 1837 and to this day this glamorous, five-star establishment welcomes guests ‘in-the-know’.
Brown’s Hotel personifies the refined sophistication of modern British luxury. Each room and suite is individually decorated and many feature antiques and contemporary artworks, creating an elegant and fashionable air. The Donovan Bar and HIX at The Albemarle celebrate British art and cuisine, and the award-winning afternoon tea is ideal for those seeking a quintessential English experience. A luxurious spa and state-of-the-art gymnasium offers a discreet sanctuary within this vibrant city.
Nothing is too much trouble for the dedicated staff who ensure that every guest leaves feeling that they were the most important person to ever experience this exclusive hotel.
Rooms & Suites
Brown's offers guests a choice of 117 stylish bedrooms, including 29 luxurious suites.
Each of the rooms and suites has been individually designed by Rocco Forte Collections’ Director of Design Olga Polizzi in a contemporary and comfortable style, whilst maintaining the refined English charm for which Brown’s is famous. All of the rooms are air-conditioned and have dual-line phones, voice messaging, broadband Internet connections and digital flat-screen LCD televisions with interactive video on demand, in-room bars and personal safe.
The soft colour scheme with natural materials and light fabrics used throughout blend perfectly with the specially selected artwork and antiques. Special attention has been given to the small details that make a difference; these include a selection of books within each room, which could include Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book - which he wrote whilst staying in the hotel, to The Wicked Wit of Winston Churchill as he was a regular visitor to the property. Each room is unique and provides a welcoming, homely touch.
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