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Brown's hotel is among England's most renowned hotels and comes under the Rocco Forte Hotels. In the 19th century, the resort combined with St. George's hotel on Dover Street.
The high-class locality and the lavish exterior is found highly appealing by the guests. Like the eye-catching outlook of the resort, the interior will leave just as much dazed. Besides, the hotel's interior design is sophisticated and stylish, with sculpted ceilings and period fireplaces.
Brown's hotel is located at 33 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London, and is only at a five-minute walking distance from the tube station, Green Park. The presence of a nearby tube situation makes traveling within the city easier.
Also nearby are Buckingham Palace and Pall Mall. Moreover, this neighborhood is one of the poshest areas in London. Right across the resort are a chain of jewelers and fashion boutiques for women to take home the chicest outfits and elegant jewelry.
The hotel charges for one night's stay, an amount more considerable than the charges at mundane hotels. Let's look at the services offered at the resort.
In 2019, the luxury hotel underwent a modern redesign. The purpose was to subdue the excessive vintage vibe and add a flare of posh infrastructure. Guest rooms are more spacious to fit inside an elaborate closet, study desk, and a bookshelf crammed with mainly historical fiction.
Every object that fills the room is shiny and opulent, placed as an embellishment that grabs their guests' attention and heart. The rooms also have a free Wi-Fi connection. From the large majestic beds, plush pillow cushions, silk curtains to soothing-green wallpaper, you will love every little bit.
Every guest room has an attached bath, which is equally luxurious and appealing. The bathrooms have marble floors and huge tubs having a constant supply of water. They have Irene Forte's toiletries (composed of organic products), soft bathrobes, and slippers.
Additional room facilities include a minibar and iPod docks. An HD screen is hung right across the bed to offer a relaxed movie night. However, a significant difference in interior design is observed between the rooms, as all of the 117 guest rooms are particularly non-identical.
The hotel accommodates a total of 29 suites. Suites for notable clients include the Signature Suites, with vast quarters and extensive amenities. These are for people wishing to spend a fortune, to stay in a place dripping with luxury and elegance.
The view from Dover Street in these suites is breathtaking. Due to the high cost, the suites provide a wide range of free services. These include a three-hour-long spa, free tickets to in-house films, champagne bottle, butler service, 24/7 room service, and a delicious English breakfast.
One famous Suite named after Rudyard Kipling hoards the hotel's best art pieces (including the ones made by Olga Polizzi) and has furniture designed as an amalgamation of conventional and modern trends.
For all these reasons, these Suites of Brown's Hotel are among the most magnificent ones among all of London's famous resorts.
More importantly, after a guest's departure, the room/suite is vacuumed, deep-cleaned, and locked for at least a day before being assigned to a new guest.
Brown's hotel has a single restaurant, Charlie's, possibly the resort's grandest aspect. Run under the head chef, Adam Byatt (awarded a Michelin star), the restaurant serves an assortment of cuisines cherished deeply by the guests. The menu includes English dishes sparked by an Italian spin.
Seafood is also served and is loved by people who have a healthy lifestyle and do not eat any other meat. Some famous ones are veal steak (with lemon) and gazpacho. Dishes usually have a basic concept but have a creative twist that makes them stand out in appearance and taste.
With a dressing of nectarine and red chili, the plum burrata is the most demanded starter. The food service is equally charming.
The waiter in a speckless uniform will serve food under a silver cloche right at your elegant table; the guests enjoy this professional service.
Like gleaming silver teapots, antique teacups, and saucers, is the opulent cutlery at breakfast. Guests derive a very satisfying feeling from these fancy services. The opportunity to occupy a seat at glass tables, and have butlers waiting on us, is rare. And don't forget the mouth-watering food.
The guests love the tea at Brown's Hotel, served in the classic English Tea room. In addition to this, pound cakes, cookies, trifles, and many more tasty desserts as afternoon tea to the Drawing Room guests. The Drawing Room preserves its historical value through vintage furniture and art pieces.
Suppose you feel up to great cocktails; in that case, you can visit the Donovan bar (named after Terence Donovan, a fashion photographer) at the resort. Besides, it is managed by the famous mixologist Salvatore Calabrese.
Additionally, the best cocktail at the house is the Salvatore Martini, which is sure to convince you have never tasted anything better.
The hotel also has a modern fitness center, equipped with appropriate machines, for people willing to keep up with their workout routine. Moreover, there is also a small spa with three treatment rooms to spend a relaxing evening.
Brown's hotel justifies its uniqueness by the history attached to their resort. The vintage furniture and conventional setup from the 19th century are hard to find at any other place. Moreover, hired professionals like head chef Adam Byatt, and Salvatore Calabrese, are among the reasons people visit this resort. Their skill is genuinely immaculate.
The food, service, and ambiance are flawless. If you reason it out like that, the price does appear to be justifiable. Above all, the Brown's Hotel is a famous luxury hotel, with extensive facilities and elaborate decorations.
If you're a person having a taste for grandeur and perfection, then go right ahead and book this hotel for your next vacation. Rest assured, you won't be disappointed!
Comfortable and welcoming, these large rooms have a combined bedroom and living space with a desk, armchair and collection of English literature.Occup...
Ideal for a longer stay, most of these spacious rooms enjoy views over Albemarle or Dover Street. An entrance hallway leads to the open-plan sitting r...
Many of the bright open-plan Junior Suites look out onto Albemarle Street. They have an entrance hallway, comfortable seating area complete with a lib...
These studio-style suites have a king-sized bed or two single beds. Bright and airy, the suites have a very spacious open plan sitting room and bedroo...
The uplifting and stylish new one bedroom, two bathroom Brown’s Suites have a spacious layout providing an apartment feel, with oak wood flooring thro...
The Classic Suites have a separate sitting room and can be interconnected to create a roomy two-bedroom suite – ideal for families. Occupancy, 2 adult...
These suites have a separate sitting room, bedroom and a walk-in wardrobe. For families, the space can be adapted to create a four-bedroom suite with...
Quite simply, a suite like no other. The Hellenic Suite has a sitting room with high ceilings, wooden floors, a dining table and a fireplace. The bedr...
Grand and sophisticated, the Kipling Suite is named after the author Rudyard Kipling who stayed at Brown’s and penned the Jungle Book here. The suite’...
The Dover Suite sitting room has an ornate ceiling and three floor-to-ceiling windows, flooding the space with natural light. A large gilt mirror hang...