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I stayed a week here. It was an incredible experience that I will never forget and definitely my favourite London hotel experience by far. There is nothing quite like a boutique hotel, especially Brown's.
The positives: Lovely attentive staff, elegant traditional setting, live piano music and good selection of teas.
The slightly negative as we did enjoy our tea for two:
Over priced. £65 per head for a mainly vegetarian, gluten free ( except for a small salmon savoury)...More
we had an awesome lunch experience at Browns Hotel with a very professional stuff in a bohemian atmosphere. The starters were amazing, burrata with marinated courgette and dressed crab with grilled Roman lettuce. Since I'm an Italian pasta lover I ordered house- made Spaghetti al...More
Popped in for casual lunch. Disappointed previously good service and great food. For example crab sandwiches on request. Took ages to receive the ordered drinks food was sent back for being undercooked and cold Staff were like headless chickens moving around the bar without any...More
The best that London has to offer! The location is excellent - near Bond Street, Piccadilly, the Royal Academy, and a walkable distance to the National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery, the Mall, the Palace and Green Park
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