What does the world’s first ever phone call, Miss Marple and The Jungle Book have in common? The Brown’s Hotel, of course, and her most illustrious guests Alexander Graham Bell, Agatha Christie and Rudyard Kipling.
Literary Luxury at Brown’s Hotel
What does the world’s first ever phone call, Miss Marple and The Jungle Book have in common?
The Brown’s Hotel, of course, and her most illustrious guests Alexander Graham Bell, Agatha Christie and Rudyard Kipling.
Nestled in Mayfair, one of London’s celebrated locales, the glamorous Brown’s Hotel showcases sophistication and gracious hospitality, hallmarks of the renovation as are the special attention paid to her original features and details.
You might enjoy booking the Kipling Suite with its private chauffeured Bentley Mulsanne and a champagne welcome that finds you basking in tropical colours set off by whimsical paintings.
Guests of the opulent suites are treated to literary luxury with a book tour that reflects the predilections of guests with a request to submit their favourite authors and literary interests before their stay to create a personalised literary adventure. Enjoy the hunt for rare titles and first editions of your literary heroes.
Your tour culminates in the hotel library where afternoon tea is served as you dive into the pages At Bertram’s Hotel by Agatha Christie, a novel based on the hotel.
The 88-room hotel offers 29 suites with the perfect blend of contemporary comfort and technology while staying true to the hotel’s heritage.
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