Brown’s Hotel, one of the capital’s oldest hotels, was built 175 years ago and as you would expect, it is oozing with history. Britain’s first-ever phone call was made from this hotel; the great author Agatha Christie used to stay here; and it is the place where Rudyard Kipling completed The Jungle Book.
Royals, presidents and top artists have stayed in this luxury five-star hotel in Mayfair. Its location makes it ideal for those looking to visit London’s highlights and to walk to some of the capital’s best shopping destinations including the boutiques of Bond Street.
The rooms represent a perfect combination of tradition and modernity, with all 115 rooms having been designed by the renowned Olga Polizzi. The hotel also includes 33 elegant suites.
The hotel is also home to the award-winning HIX Mayfair restaurant as well as one of London’s most traditional tea rooms.
Rooms start at £450 per night.