Rocco Forte Brown's Hotel

General hotel information

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.

Conference centre and meeting room information

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.

Conference rooms (if provided by the hotel)

Name m2
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

Conference rooms:
6 / 249
Largest conference room:
70 / 76
Smallest conference room:
8 / 20