33 Albermarle Street, W1S 4BP, London
Opened in 1837, Brown's Hotel is one of London's longest-running and most historic hotels.
The English Tea Room serves one of the a traditional English afternoon tea. Tea at Brown's is seasonally selected. Their world-class Tea Library features a mix of teas from around the globe, along with the Brown's own blend.
DID YOU KNOW?
In the late 1880s, Brown's Hotel introduced the first ever hotel restaurant. Previously, guests in hotels dined in their rooms.
Brown's has hosted many distinguished guests, including royalty, politicians and writers including Rudyard Kipling and Agatha Christie.
It is believed that Brown's English Tea Room was the inspiration for Agatha Christie's novel At Bertram's Hotel.
Perhaps the most famous 19th century guest to Brown's Hotel was Queen Victoria who, it is said, loved to take tea here.