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its founding in 1837 by James Brown, sophistication
and classic English style have been the hallmarks
of the legendary Brown's Hotel. Its elegant
accomodations, impeccable service and unbeatable
location in the heart of Mayfair have made it
the hotel of choice for numerous dignitaries
and European royalty.
Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt
honeymooned at Brown's.
Rudyard Kipling wrote “The Jungle Book” during
his numerous stays. Now celebrating its 170th anniversary,
the grande dame of Mayfair has attained an even
higher level of excellence thanks to a £24
million restoration undertaken by its new owner,
celebrated hotelier Sir Rocco Forte of The Rocco
Polizzi, Rocco Forte's director
of design, has brilliantly reinvented the
117 bedrooms and suites without sacrificing
any of Brown's refined English charm.
All rooms have been enlarged and feature
luxurious design touches such as angora throws,
limestone bathrooms, hardwood floors and
lovely artwork. While guests will enjoy state-of-the-art
technology, including flat-screen TVs, high-speed
Internet access, and Bose iPod docking stations,
they will also appreciate the attention to
small details evident in the well-edited
selection of books and fresh cut flowers
found in each guest room. The twenty nine
magnificent suites are the ultimate in luxury,
each boasting its own distinct decor and
wonderful views of Mayfair.
famous restaurants offer some of London's
finest dining venues. The Albemarle (formerly The Grill), renowned for
its daily carving trolley offers a delicate balance
of traditional English fare with a contemporary,
continental twist in a room that still features
its original wood paneling. The English Tea Room
serves one of the most famous afternoon teas
in London, offering succulent finger sandwiches,
luscious pastries and a choice of nineteen
A fully equipped gym and a new spa offering
a wide range of treatments using Carita and
Natura Bisse products are also available.
its emphasis on comfort, service and privacy,
Brown's will be your home
away from home when visiting London.