Browns Hotel

Article published on: July 24, 2014

Located in the desirable area of Mayfair, the wonderful Browns Hotel was first opened in 1837 and boasts with a rich history of guests from Napoleon III to Roosevelt and a number of celebrated writers like Oscar Wild.

The Browns Hotel is a combination of antique and glamour combining fresh and the old, Victorian heritage with a twist of contemporary touch which makes it a truly unique place to stay in London.

The rooms are sleek and modern , offering you a luxurious and comfortable stay. Guests can also choose from a range of massages and beauty treatments, in the on-site spa.
You will be close to the shopping area of Bond Street, and the West End and Piccadilly theatre land.

We can highly recommend the Donovan bar paying homage to Terence Donovan the well known British photographer. While sipping your delicious glass of wine or cocktails the black and white erotic prints on the bar wall will certainly provide you with great entertainment. If you wish to sample one of the best grill dishes of Mayfair The Albemarle restaurant of Browns will provide you with excellent choices. It’s stylish décor and mouth watering dishes will leave you with a desire for more.

The Browns Hotel is everything you would expect and more in the heart of Mayfair, from the award winning spa to the elegant, stunning rooms, from the concierge who’s dedicated to make a memorable stay for any guest to the quality of service.