Olga Polizzi’s signature decor with warm and vivid colours runs through these five adjoined townhouses in this most prestigious part of London. Home to 82 rooms and 33 suites, the well-proportioned, light and airy rooms overlook Albermarle Street, Dover Street or the quiet inner courtyard. The hotel’s décor is inspired by the hotel’s literary heritage and distinguished former guests. Beautiful hand-painted wallpaper adorns the lobby, Charlie’s Restaurant and some of the suites. Families will enjoy the flexibility in many interconnecting room and suite options, and bibliophiles can choose the Kipling Suite replete with cheeky monkey outside your door.
Fine British cuisine is served at Charlie's, with menus created by the Michelin-starred Adam Byatt. Sip cocktails after dark at the chic Donovan Bar; inspired by celebrated photographer Terence Donovan, this stylish drinking den is adorned with his iconic 1960s prints and a sleek, photography-themed accent. Fabulous mixologist Salvatore Calabrese makes a mean Negroni. Sit in the 'naughty corner' with more risquée images surrounding you, and be sure to admire the stained-glass window panel from the 1830s. Head to the Spa at Brown’s for a relaxing massage after a day’s shopping or night out in Theatreland.
Couples / romantics
Families of all ages
THINGS TO DO AT THE HOTEL:
Hop onto a vintage Pashley Cycle and peddle through the capital following Brown’s cycle safari itinerary
Be whisked around the streets of London in the hotel's Bentley Mulsanne
Indulge in afternoon tea in the drawing room as Queen Victoria was accustomed to
Dine at Charlie’s, named in honour of the founding Forte, Lord Charles
Let the in-house historian talk you through the life of the hotel and its esteemed past clientele
THINGS TO DO NEARBY:
Channel your inner Henry VIII and ride through Hyde Park - saunter past the Serpentine or gallop along the world-famous Rotten Row
Don your running shoes and follow the hotel’s jogging map of the local streets and parks
Enjoy a private tour of Mayfair’s most famous art galleries led by gallerist, curator and agent Maeve Doyle
Experience the sights of London from the comfort of a classic Mini Cooper
Head to Saville Row and get a tailor to create a made-to-measure suit for you
Visit Brook Street, one time home of Jimi Hendrix and Baroque composer Handel
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