London, England

Brown’s Hotel

Founded in 1837 by Lord Byron’s butler, James Brown, Brown’s has been a magnet for sophisticated travelers for over a century.

First in the City

As the first hotel in London, Brown’s enjoys a rich history itself with notable historical figures as frequent guests. Famous writers and royalty often stayed at the hotel, and celebrities of note continue to frequent its guestrooms and dining areas today.

Unique Building, Prime Location

Brown’s consists of a combined eleven Georgian townhouses filled with Victorian charm and modern updates. Each room is individually designed with a unique vision of traditional furnishings infused with modern art and tech features that make any stay an opulent, yet convenient experience. Located in Mayfair, the hotel provides easy access to London’s most exclusive shopping areas, notable historic sites, and famous parks.

Dining and Sophisticated Nightlife

The hotel’s HIX Mayfair restaurant offers seasonal ingredients hand-selected from local vendors and serves new takes on traditional British cuisine. The English Tea Room has been a favored spot for afternoon tea and snacks for over a century. The Donovan Bar, with its black and white images by celebrated photographer Terence Donovan, is warm, intimate atmosphere that has become a go-to spot for the high-style locals and visitors.