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The grown-up option. Full review →
Reopened in December 2005 after a $30 million–plus overhaul, its future is now as bright as its past.
Add a slightly clubby tone to the service—the top-hatted doorman, for example—a discreet lobby, a large bar (essential), a tea room, and a grill. Full review →
This historic hotel... has undergone extensive refurbishment, which respects its heritage while introducing contemporary furniture, British art, and the latest technology.
Tongues wag, however, that even though it's one of the priciest of hotels, neither the interiors nor the service really add up the way they used to. Full review →
History and charm welcome guests at Brown’s Hotel, billed as the first official hotel of London since its doors first opened in 1837. Full review →
Often imitated but rarely bettered. Full review →
This collection of eleven Georgian townhouses, having undergone a sleek, £24 million refurbishment, remains a delightful, old-fashioned hotel with stained-glass windows and oak paneling. Full review →
Brown’s has epitomized British luxury since the Victorian era. And after its recent top-to-bottom revamp, it started racking up accolades for its elegant, amenity-packed rooms (there’s... Full review →Request the Kipling Suite: Legend has it this is where The Jungle Book was written.
A distinguished, very British hotel with 117 rooms and a smart Mayfair location. Full review →
This landmark hotel was created in 1837 from 11 town houses and is London's oldest hostelry. Full review →
Urbane and very British... with an illustrious past.
One of the most coveted addresses in Mayfair, Brown’s Hotel is still the place to see and be seen even after nearly two centuries in business. Full review →
Rocco Forte gets it right every time. Subtley beautiful. Full review →
Brown's Hotel, located in prestigious Mayfair, is part of the luxurious Rocco Forte Collection. Full review →
Consistently ranks as one of the most quintessentially English hotels around: genteel, historical and service-oriented, and offering...a superb Afternoon Tea Full review →
Brown’s was opened in 1837 by James Brown, butler to Romantic poet, hedonist and freedom-fighter Lord Byron. Full review →
Scottish tartan banquettes and British racing-green woolen armchairs abound, while the wood-paneled lounge evokes elegance without feeling old-fashioned. Full review →
Opened in 1837 by Lord Byron’s butler, this luxury hotel set in four historic Mayfair townhouses mixes classic English style with modern touches.
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