Brown's London


London’s oldest hotel, Brown’s Hotel opened its doors in 1837 and has welcomed a long list of celebrities and dignitaries over the centuries. A collection of townhouses in Mayfair, this Rocco Forte hotel underwent a full refurbishment in 2004 with interiors by Olga Polizzi.

Thanks to the hotel’s unique layout, each of the 115 guestrooms and suites are individually designed. The contemporary rooms fuse traditional with modern, with antique furniture, dark mahogany paneling, period fireplaces, and marble en suites, alongside modern art and 21st-century technology.

Beck at Brown’s is the signature restaurant, offering classic Italian dishes made from British seasonal produce. Donovan Bar offers light snacks with fine wines, champagne, and cocktails, and the English Tea Room serves award-winning afternoon teas.

Mayfair’s designer shops and contemporary art galleries are within walking distance, and a chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce can whisk you around London’s attractions. After a busy day, unwind with a signature treatment in the blissful spa.

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Why we recommend Brown's London

You feel like you’re stepping into a bygone era at Brown’s. The decor is beautiful, and the suites are so huge that you can lose your family in them! Make sure you enjoy a traditional afternoon tea to the sound of a pianist playing and indulge in a drink in the Donovan Bar where live music regularly welcomes the evening in.

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