From the uniformed doormen to the oak panelled entrance and English Tea Room, Brown's exudes the understated air of a Gentlemans Club . As befitting the oldest hotel in London the timeless elegance is complimented by first class staff with a 'here to please' attitude.The rooms are well appointed, with very comfortable beds and excellent bathrooms, our only gripe being the proximity of the offices opposite in Dover St and the absence of any privacy blinds. Afternoon tea is excellent,the Baby Grand Piano creating the perfect leisurely atmosphere, booking essential, whilst Donovan's Bar has a jazzy atmosphere all of it's own with a great range of cocktails.
Breakfast in Hix's was nothing to write home about and doesn't compare to The Wolseley down the road in Piccadilly.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Brown's was the first hotel to open in London in 1837 and since completing a 24 million-Pound restoration, this outstanding hotel now offers guests 117 luxurious rooms and suites, outstanding dining, a buzzing bar and relaxing spa. Situated in the heart of Mayfair, Brown's Hotel has many of London's major attractions and best shopping on their door step. It is from here that Rudyard Kipling wrote "The Jungle Book" and Agatha Christie "At Bertram's Hotel". ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Browns Hotel London
- Brown's Hotel London, England