• Brown's Hotel London afternoon tea catskills & review Brown's Hotel London afternoon tea catskills & review, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmxZxdZO3EQ The city of London, England, is one of the most important and frequently visited places in the world. Besides serving as the center of British history and culture, it is a major world financial center. Buckingham Palace, London Bridge and Hyde Park are just some of the famous landmarks and institutions that draw visitors from around the world. London is also home to many fine hotels that offer a variety of amenities. Today we will arrive Brown's Hotel at 33 Albemarle Street. Mayfair, London W1S 4BP, England, W1S 4BP United Kingdom +020-7493-6020 brownshotel.com. Located in central London just a few blocks from Hyde Park, Brown's Hotel is an historic lodging in the city's Mayfair district. It has been in operation since 1837. The hotel has since been renovated and has a thoroughly modern interior with elegant decor. Guests can choose from more than 100 bedrooms and suites in 11 adjacent townhouse buildings. All rooms feature contemporary decor, premium linens and access to high-speed Internet service for an additional fee. Brown's Hotel also includes The Albemarle for convenient on-site dining. The restaurant serves traditional British cuisine in a formal atmosphere. Guests can also enjoy afternoon tea in the hotel's English Tea Room. If you eschew the pomp of, say, Claridge's or The Savoy, but like the idea of a luxurious, historic hotel in the centre of London, then Brown's fits the bill. Founded 175 years ago by Lord Byron’s butler, it is where Rudyard Kipling completed The Jungle Book and Alexander Graham Bell made the first ever phone call. According to Telegraph expert rating 8 out of 10. Style & character 8 out of 10 Brown’s Hotel was founded 175 years ago by the former valet to Lord Byron. It was the place where Agatha Christie stayed, Alexander Graham Bell made the first ever telephone call, and Rudyard Kipling completed The Jungle Book. In 2005 it was bought by Rocco Forte and redecorated by his sister, Olga Polizzi, retaining the dark mahogany panelling and fittings on the ground floor, but adding modern furnishings and notable modern art: a collection of over 50 black and white fashion photographs by Terence Donovan in the Donovan Bar and works by Tracy Emin, John Rankin and other notable British artists in Hix Mayfair. The ground floor is full of chatter and buzz and remains highly popular for its afternoon teas. Service & facilities 8 out of 10 The doormen and reception staff were particularly friendly and helpful; a glitch occurred when a porter let himself into my room to collect something without checking that it was occupied, but apart from that, service was excellent. As well as Hix Mayfair and the Donovan Bar, the hotel has a spacious English tea room. It can transport guests in its own chauffeur driven Rolls-Royce. Rooms 8 out of 10 Stylish and sophisticated, with cream carpets, cosy sleigh beds, antique dressers, modern lighting and high windows. Rooms awaiting children are equipped with new toys, personalised presents, mini bathrobes and slippers, and gingerbread men with the child's name on, making Brown’s an excellent choice for families. Food & drink 7 out of 10 The restaurant is operated by Brown’s but overseen by Mark Hix, whose menu shows his abiding interest in ingredients with provenance, and included such wild food as sea purslane, ramsoms and alexanders. In the past, as is often the case with ‘chain’ celebrity restaurants, the food on our plates was rather more run of the mill than we had expected, though a more recent meal was spot on. Value for money 8 out of 10 Brown’s are adept at innovative packages, and these offer good value for money. They also offer interesting events: Saturday art tours of Mayfair, including lunch, are superb, as are Mark Hix's popular carving masterclasses. Doubles from £420. Breakfast not included - priced from £26. Free Wi-Fi. Access for guests with disabilities? Yes; lifts and adapted bedrooms. Family-friendly? Yes. Brown’s grand interconnecting suites are ideal for families looking for luxury; rooms are vast and service – especially for children – is charmingly personalised. Expect sheets embroidered with princesses or pirates, and a play tent, toys and biscuits bearing the name of your child waiting in the room on arrival. All Rocco Forte hotels feature high-quality picture books, specially commissioned for each property, based on fictional characters who live in the hotel – Brown’s has Albemarle, the monkey (a shout-out to Rudyard Kipling, who wrote The Jungle Book in the hotel). #london #londonhotel #besthotelinlondon #brownhotelinlondon - Please LIKE, SUBCRIBE & SHARE my funny videos channel: http://ift.tt/2pHhAz2 https://twitter.com/top1funnyvideos https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd3MaWpTFQYmG2StaVTKooA https://www.kidzhd.com/ http://ift.tt/2DrQ2nG

Brown's Hotel London afternoon tea catskills & review Brown's Hotel London afternoon tea catskills & review, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmxZxdZO3EQ The city of London, England, is one of the most important and frequently visited places in the world. Besides serving as the center of British history and culture, it is a major world financial center. Buckingham Palace, London Bridge and Hyde Park are just some of the famous landmarks and institutions that draw visitors from around the world. London is also home to many fine hotels that offer a variety of amenities. Today we will arrive Brown's Hotel at 33 Albemarle Street. Mayfair, London W1S 4BP, England, W1S 4BP United Kingdom +020-7493-6020 brownshotel.com. Located in central London just a few blocks from Hyde Park, Brown's Hotel is an historic lodging in the city's Mayfair district. It has been in operation since 1837. The hotel has since been renovated and has a thoroughly modern interior with elegant decor. Guests can choose from more than 100 bedrooms and suites in 11 adjacent townhouse buildings. All rooms feature contemporary decor, premium linens and access to high-speed Internet service for an additional fee. Brown's Hotel also includes The Albemarle for convenient on-site dining. The restaurant serves traditional British cuisine in a formal atmosphere. Guests can also enjoy afternoon tea in the hotel's English Tea Room. If you eschew the pomp of, say, Claridge's or The Savoy, but like the idea of a luxurious, historic hotel in the centre of London, then Brown's fits the bill. Founded 175 years ago by Lord Byron’s butler, it is where Rudyard Kipling completed The Jungle Book and Alexander Graham Bell made the first ever phone call. According to Telegraph expert rating 8 out of 10. Style & character 8 out of 10 Brown’s Hotel was founded 175 years ago by the former valet to Lord Byron. It was the place where Agatha Christie stayed, Alexander Graham Bell made the first ever telephone call, and Rudyard Kipling completed The Jungle Book. In 2005 it was bought by Rocco Forte and redecorated by his sister, Olga Polizzi, retaining the dark mahogany panelling and fittings on the ground floor, but adding modern furnishings and notable modern art: a collection of over 50 black and white fashion photographs by Terence Donovan in the Donovan Bar and works by Tracy Emin, John Rankin and other notable British artists in Hix Mayfair. The ground floor is full of chatter and buzz and remains highly popular for its afternoon teas. Service & facilities 8 out of 10 The doormen and reception staff were particularly friendly and helpful; a glitch occurred when a porter let himself into my room to collect something without checking that it was occupied, but apart from that, service was excellent. As well as Hix Mayfair and the Donovan Bar, the hotel has a spacious English tea room. It can transport guests in its own chauffeur driven Rolls-Royce. Rooms 8 out of 10 Stylish and sophisticated, with cream carpets, cosy sleigh beds, antique dressers, modern lighting and high windows. Rooms awaiting children are equipped with new toys, personalised presents, mini bathrobes and slippers, and gingerbread men with the child's name on, making Brown’s an excellent choice for families. Food & drink 7 out of 10 The restaurant is operated by Brown’s but overseen by Mark Hix, whose menu shows his abiding interest in ingredients with provenance, and included such wild food as sea purslane, ramsoms and alexanders. In the past, as is often the case with ‘chain’ celebrity restaurants, the food on our plates was rather more run of the mill than we had expected, though a more recent meal was spot on. Value for money 8 out of 10 Brown’s are adept at innovative packages, and these offer good value for money. They also offer interesting events: Saturday art tours of Mayfair, including lunch, are superb, as are Mark Hix's popular carving masterclasses. Doubles from £420. Breakfast not included - priced from £26. Free Wi-Fi. Access for guests with disabilities? Yes; lifts and adapted bedrooms. Family-friendly? Yes. Brown’s grand interconnecting suites are ideal for families looking for luxury; rooms are vast and service – especially for children – is charmingly personalised. Expect sheets embroidered with princesses or pirates, and a play tent, toys and biscuits bearing the name of your child waiting in the room on arrival. All Rocco Forte hotels feature high-quality picture books, specially commissioned for each property, based on fictional characters who live in the hotel – Brown’s has Albemarle, the monkey (a shout-out to Rudyard Kipling, who wrote The Jungle Book in the hotel). #london #londonhotel #besthotelinlondon #brownhotelinlondon - Please LIKE, SUBCRIBE & SHARE my funny videos channel: http://ift.tt/2pHhAz2 https://twitter.com/top1funnyvideos https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd3MaWpTFQYmG2StaVTKooA https://www.kidzhd.com/ http://ift.tt/2DrQ2nG

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