The Rocco Forte Brown's hotel has a fascinating history and has hosted many distinguished guests since it opened as London’s first ever hotel in 1837 and to this day this glamorous, five-star establishment welcomes guests ‘in-the-know’.
One of London's loveliest hotels. For a super special occasion, splurge on a suite and feel like royalty.
Order the kippers for breakfast!
Lovely place to drop into in Mayfair way nicer than the big hotels in park lane
Impeccable service. Lovely rooms & the best showers on the planet. Amazing location.
You'll find tradition mixed with modern glamour at one of London's oldest, most established hotel.
Great Hotel... Try Afternoon High Tea
Ein unglaublich schönes Hotel im Herzen Londons. Die Zimmer sind gemütlich eingerichtet. Ein echtes Highlight sind die großen Suiten und natürlich das Frühstück. Genau genommen eigentlich alles...
Не плохие номера. Хорошие завтраки.
I am not a cake geek but afternoon tea here was an interesting experience. If you have a sweet tooth you need to try
Very nice afternoon tea with piano player, tea-tox menu and attentive service. A bit pricey at £45 but a great experience.
très chaleureux et impeccable à tout point de vue
Four private rooms available for hire during the World Cup 2014, with private bar, party platters, beer buckets and jugs of cocktails
Order the chicken for two ahead of reservation tales am hour to prepare is wonderful
Oldest hotel in London- 175 years old. Great location and the best, most hospitable staff Ive ever experienced. Comfortable, cozy and unique. Truly 1 of a kind. A++ for their service
Fantastic classic afternoon tea but have a selection of different of different kinds including a "healthy" option and gluten free scones! !!
Amazing afternoon tea, service is absolutely impeccable! !
Great Afternoon tea make sure you dont eat lunch! Because they keep and keep refilling the sandwiches! Its a meal!
Tradtional old fashioned bar , proposing a nice club sandwich - ideal for business meetings or a shopping break.
High tea here is more intimate and is worth going to
Pianist, comfy seats and sofas, fine china, and the traditional English tea experience. Super fun :)
So convenient to shops and the tube station!
Brown's holds the title for 'oldest London hotel,' but stays of-the-moment with modern rooms, live jazz six days a week, a must-visit spa and art from leading Brit artists.
Feel like royalty by heading to the spa where you can have the ultimate pampering.
Amazing lunch at HIX today!
One of the best high teas in London on the weekend. Get a healthy version - it is actually super yammy.
Nice tea room
Incredible cocktail bar!
Наиизвестнейший лондонский отель " с историей". Легендарный 5-часовой чай и абсоютно гениальный бранч. Рекомендую изо всех сил.
A great pre-awards drinks venue. Concierge outside for hailing taxis or being there with an umbrella when it's raining! Top class service. Fab cocktails too!
Afternoon tea is just fabulous
Opened in 1837, this is London’s oldest 5 star hotel. Franklin D Roosevelt stayed here on his honeymoon in 1905.
Quintessential British food is the main dish in the formal dining room of the Brown's Hotel, which features braised pork cheeks in Burrow Hill cider and roast fillet of Cornish hake.
High tea is fabulous here but pricey. Come hungry and eat your fill of sandwiches and scones!
Best afternoon tea and biscuits in London - lovely