Brown’s Hotel is not only London’s first hotel, but also one of the most illustrious in the city. Since opening on Albemarle Street in 1837, the five-star hotel has hosted esteemed guests, from royals and presidents to world-famous authors. Add your name to the guest book and revel in the history of this classic hotel, which offers first-class facilities, award-winning dining and outstanding service in the heart of the distinguished Mayfair neighbourhood.
Since 1837, Brown’s Hotel has been the place to be seen in London – and the meeting place of choice for its most notable residents. So where better to make a lasting impression on your important guests? Set in the heart of Mayfair, a stone’s throw from Bond Street and St James’s, our hotel boasts one of the capital’s most prestigious addresses. Whether here for business or a celebratory affair, our Dover Street entrance provides private access for your guests. Once inside, expect sophisticated surroundings, award-winning facilities and the Forte Family’s style of service. Warm, welcoming and always subtle, it draws guests back to Brown’s time and time again.
|The St. George's Room||20||8||0||8||8||8|
|The Graham Bell Room||21||8||0||8||10||8|
|The Lord Byron Room||30||14||0||12||14||10|
|The Niagara Room||50||22||20||18||40||50|
|The Clarendon Room||76||30||30||30||70||70|
|The Roosevelt Room||52||22||20||18||40||50|
33 Albemarle Street
W1S 4BP London