Rocco Forte Brown's Hotel
Set in the heart of Mayfair on Albemarle Street, Brown's is one of the most historic hotels as it was the first ever hotel to open in London in 1837. Within a short walk from exclusive Bond Street shopping, West End theatres and St James's, Brown's Hotel opened to provide 'genteel' accommodation for discerning people. Brown's has always had an air of exclusivity and refinement, which it has retained following its extensive refurbishment overseen by The Rocco Forte Collection's Director of Design, Olga Polizzi. Composed of 11 Georgian town houses, all 117 bedrooms (including 29 luxurious suites) have been individually designed with a sophistication that has become the trademark of The Rocco Forte Collection, as has the warm and personal service. Rapidly reasserting itself as one of London's finest dining venues, Brown's Hotel offers The Grill which under the craftmanship of Executive Chef, Lee Streeton, serves a delicate balance of traditional English fare with a contemporary, continental twist. A long-held British institution, afternoon tea at Brown's still continues in the hotel's English Tea Room serving one of the best afternoon tea in London. The hotel's new and improved conference and banqueting facilities now comprise six meeting and function rooms for up to 120 people, while for post-meeting relaxation Brown's Hotel offers a fully equipped gym and three spa treatment rooms.
Albemarle Street Mayfair W!S 4BP London
The location of Brown's Hotel, on a peaceful 18th-century London street in the heart of Mayfair is unrivalled. The hotel is just minutes from the elegant designer stores of Bond Street, the art galleries of Cork Street and St James's, the calm, open spaces of Green Park, the City, which are both a short taxi ride away. Head west along Piccadilly and if you wander south through the lush expanse of Green Park, you will reach Buckingham Palace. A little further to the west is Hyde Park and the Serpentine Lake, plus the famous shopping area of Knightsbridge. Eastwards along Piccadilly is vibrant Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square, the heart of London's theatreland, and beyond, to the north, Soho and Chinatown. A short walk further on brings you to Covent Garden. For those staying at Brown's on business, the hotel is just 20 minutes away on the Jubilee underground to Canary Walk or a taxi ride away from the City. Brown's nearest underground station is Green Park.
Nearest Car parking is situated in Saville Row at a cost £55.00 per 24 hours.
- Children 3 yrs and under -no charge for extra bed - Children 3 to 12 yrs - extra bed charge 50 GBP - Special Childrens Menus 50 pct off F/B full price menus
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