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It’s one of those legendary hotels you’ll find mentioned in a history book or two. Rudyard Kipling stayed often and penned the Jungle Book here (earning himself his very own suite in the process) . Agatha Christie too found her creative muse within these walls, and Alexander Graham Bell placed the first telephone call ever here. Yes, a stay at the Brown’s can turn into a history lesson if you choose to ask the knowledgeable staff, but you’ll likely be too busy enjoying it for what it is today and darting about Mayfair to even care. Sleek design elements by Olga Polizzi - colorful upholstery and a curated selection of contemporary art contrasted by dark mahogany woods - make it easy to forget that this Grande Dame is over a 150 years old. So does the friendly atmosphere. A stay at the Brown’s is made for those who want the full experience of staying in a luxury hotel on Mayfair, but who want to feel comfortable enough to sneak down and raid the honesty bar at night in their slippers. For a treat ( literally ) the hotel’s Afternoon tea in the hotel’s English Tea Room is still one of the best in London, and the Donovan’s Bar is Albermale’s watering hole of choice for the chic and discerning.