Brown’s

“I don’t stay in an hotel! I stay at Brown’s.”
A discerning traveller circa 1880.

Welcome to London’s oldest five star hotel. In 1837 a certain James Brown made two important decisions:
1. He saw a niche in the market for a first rate, genteel inn, an early 19th century term for an hotel.
2. He made an advantageous marriage. His bride, Sarah Willis, was Lady Byron’s personal maid. She was a diligent woman, helping her husband to build a fine hotel.
This blissful combination gave us Brown’s Hotel.

Our Select Member Hotel

Brown’s
Country: England
City: London
Opening date: 1837

Note from the Host

General Manager Peter G. Davis
Hotel Manager: Jason Harding
Concierge: Ashley Harman

The History

History
Famous Guests
Legendary Stories / Literature

The Present

104 Rooms
14 Suites
Room features
Famous Suites
Restaurants & Bars
Must-do at the hotel
Body, Mind and Soul
Banqueting / MICE
Dress Code

Coordinates

Albemarle Street, Mayfair
W1S 4BP London, England

Tel: +44 (0)20 7493 6020
Fax: +44-171 493 9381

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