Brown’s Hotel is a stately venue comprising 11 Georgian townhouses. It first opened its doors in 1837 under the eye of Sarah Brown, Lady Byron’s maid, and her husband James. It’s located just a brief stroll from designer shops in London’s super-elegant Mayfair. Famous as the UK capital’s ‘first hotel’, prestigious guests including presidents, royalty and world-famous writers such as Agatha Christie have signed its guest book. Alexander Graham Bell made the first ever phone call here in 1876.
Expect award-winning cuisine, superlative service and first-class facilities, which have earned Brown’s awards including the 2016 Readers’ Choice accolade from Condé Nast Traveller.