Guests will be met with a warm and very personal welcome. The lobby is small and very cosy. It is very traditional in design with a large log fire and sofas for guests to relax on and read the daily newspapers. Wood panelling, ornate cut glass screens and elegant furnishings create the impression of being in a country house, rather than being in the heart of London.
Brown's Hotel is composed of 11 Georgian town house and is the most historic hotels as it was the first ever hotel to open in London in 1837.
All rooms are contemporary, simple and stylish, using natural materials and antique furnishings. All rooms have two line telephones, voice messaging, i-pod docking station, air-conditioning, broadband internet connections, digital flat screen LCD television with interactive video on demand featuring a cast library of music and films, minibar and safe. Classic King rooms have a King sized bed and overlook the quiet inner court. These rooms comprise of a combined bedroom and living area which include an armchair and coffee table. Many of these rooms have an entrance hallway and some with separate desk area. size is approximately 30 square metres. The spacious bathroom of our Classic King bedroom is finished in marble and mosaic and offers luxurious Italian toiletries and fluffy bathrobes to complete your stay
The restaurant is called "The Albemarle" (formerly the Grill) is situated on the ground floor with its beautiful wood panelling, vaulted ceiling and elegant green banquettes designed by the leading French designer Philippe Hurel. The Albemarle offers the finest quality British cooking. Executive Chef Lee Streeton and Director of Food Mark Hix have created an outstanding menu featuring great British classics alongside many lighter fish and shellfish dishes - all using carefully sourced seasonal ingredients. The English Tea Room which serves award-winning afternoon tea and preserves its famous discreet and elegant setting. The fashionable Donovan Bar serves a wide selection of wines and Champagnes by the glass and distinctive cocktails. Features include iconic black and white photographs by Terence Donovan, wooden floors, stained glass windows and contemporary furnishings.