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Brown's Hotel

In Mayfair, London’s oldest hotel

Opened in 1837, Brown’s in Mayfair is London’s oldest hotel. While the ground floor has retained the hotel’s original dark mahogany panelling, designer Olga Polizzi’s light-handed style becomes evident in the 117 rooms and 29 suites in a mix of classic and contemporary, with mint and cream hints. Only steps from top shopping destinations and the Dover Street Market, the hotel is made up of 11 Georgian townhouses, with a history of accommodating distinguished guests from royalty to writers. The marble bathrooms come with lush REM amenities such as Moroccan Rose body oil, while at the HIX restaurant, guests can toast to bold British classics.

 

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