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Rocco Forte Brown's Hotel

5.0 out of 5.0

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Old fashion courtesy and character within a busy capital city hotel is enhanced by its being positioned within easy walking distance of a plethora of shops that offer a wide choice for the discerning visitor.

Everything is excellent at Brown's including the staff, the room, the atmosphere, the food and the location which is really quiet. We will definitely stay there again. Having tried several top London hotels, this exceeds them all so far.

top hotel in the heart of London - we will always be back again. Comfortable, clean, well kept, familiar, lovely atmosphere, very friendly staff, nice breakfast, helpful concierge and porter, relaxed receptionist, an overall positive experience .................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................................

Amazing!! My daughter's dream was to have a special tea time in London. Thank you Brown's Hotel for fulfilling her dream. The food was delicious and the ambience was perfect. Our server, Miguel, was extremely gracious. I recommend venue hands down. SCP, NJ

Superb hotel as you would expect for London, the staff were just superb and very polite, helpfull, and made our stay really enjoyable, would def stay again, the location was very good too not far from the busy shops of Oxford Street, and Bond Street, the building itself was full of charm, will def be back only one niggle was the people in the room ubove were like a herd of elephants till quite late and the air condionting unit outside was quite noisey but apart from that very good indeed,,

Ditto, Brown's hotel belongs to the luxury hotel category of London and is conveniently located in Mayfair, but lacks some of the luxuries that its competitors offer (lobby, more restaurants, common grounds). Also, there are significant disparities between the rooms, even of rooms in the same category. On the other hand, you can get a better deal than in most other grand hotels of London. The first room that they showed us was unacceptable for an hotel of this class. Finally, we got a very nice room with nice king size bed (at a surcharge). I also have serious objections about the bathroom amenities by James Heeley. They are of very good quality and surprisingly large packing (100ml), but the scent (Fresh grass, Rhubarb, Fig Leaf, etc.) is debatably pleasant. I understand that fragrances are a personal choice, but the specific one, I believe, it would not please the vast majority as do some other scents (eg. floral, fresh, etc.). Breakfast is of excellent quality, but of rather limited choices. Service is top notch and the concierge very helpful. Do I recommend it? Yes, provided you get a better deal than the other grand hotels of London.

It's a perfect understated hotel without too much people coming and going. I stayed for a week and the place was all I needed. Not too much fuss from the staff but the choices available for both cocktails and afternoon tea. Had several spa treatments which was nice, especially after long working days in London. Would go back for an all girls' weekend, but perhaps not the most romantic of choices.

I visited with my mum for a very special weekend break. From check in (personal and friendly) to afternoon tea - this hotel is in a league of its own. Luxurious without being pretentious and personable without being intrusive. Our room was beautiful - a bottle of champagne on ice and a plush teddy bear to greet us was such a thoughtful and generous gesture. Breakfast and dinner was impeccably served and the food was superb. We hope to return again. Special mention to the afternoon tea - the best we have ever sampled in the most salubrious setting.

Brown's is everything that one would hope for, and before London transmogrified from its British past, used to find in the best yet Mayfair hotels. Calm and dignified, exquisite service with a really lovely interior. The Hix restaurant has never failed to provided a most delicious lunch. The ingredients being good quality that is then wonderfully cooked. Rooms are elegant and relaxed with none of the pretension of some of the more avant garde offerings. Prices are such that if there is a need to ask of them in advance it might perhaps be best to consider and alternative. That said the prices are typical of central London's top establishments. The bar is a real pleasure, providing a wide range of the better spirits, liqueurs, champagne etc and really well made cocktails. The environment is one of relaxed formality. The Studio suites are particularly pleasant rooms that provide sufficient space to relax for a while if on a busy schedule. Brown's really is a pleasure to stay or have a lunch at. Indeed it is a pleasure to visit even if one only has time for afternoon tea in the English tea room.

The Browns is an excellent hotel in the heart of Mayfair. Walking distance to everything and fabulous shopping steps away.. Hotel is impeccable as well as the staff. Beautiful bathrooms Highly recommend!!

33 Albemarle Street London England

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