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116 Piccadilly W1V OBJ
Tel: +44 (0)171 499 3464

Barn Hotel
West End Road
Middlesex HA4 6JB
Tel: +44 (0)1895 636 057

Brimming with 'Old World' character, the Barn Hotel, a four crowns commended property, is ideally located on the northwestern outskirts of London. The sympathetic conversion of a barn farmhouse dating back to 1628, has preserved a warm charm that is enhanced and complemented by a welcome and standard of service of which we are justly proud. Thoughtfully laid out and meticulously cared for, the large fragrant gardens surrounding the hotel provide a haven of rural tranquillity. Individually styled and decorated, the 57 recently refurbished bedrooms are tastefully filled with fine fabrics and furnishings, in total harmony with the hotel's rustic character, yet offering every modern facility the most discerning guest would appreciate. Highly acclaimed locally, the imaginative menu is traditionally English with a touch of continental flair, using a great variety of fresh, carefully selected seasonal produce, complemented by an extensive range of wines from around the world. The hotel is a licensed venue for marriage ceremonies.

Brown's Hotel
Albermarle Street
Mayfair W1X 4BP
Tel: +44 (0)171 493 6020
Fax: +44 (0)171 493 9381
E-mail: brownshotel@brownshotel.com
Internet: www.brownshotel.com
Underground: Green Park
Rail: Victoria
Number of rooms: 118
Rates: Standard Queen £250+VAT+Breakfast; Standard King £280+VAT+Breakfast; Superior King £310+VAT+Breakfast; Executive King £345+VAT+Breakfast; Junior Suites from £415+VAT+Breakfast
Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Diners Club
Restaurant: 1837 - traditional French cuisine - head chef Gregory Nicholson
Facilities: In rooms - modem points, faxes, safe, two direct telephone lines and voice mail, hairdryer, working desk, 24-hour room service and valet service, pay-to-view, CNN and Sky, mini bar

Brown's Hotel, in the heart of exclusive Mayfair, is the oldest operating hotel in London. It maintains traditional quality, along with the implementation of modern technology and hence provides the ideal facilities for both leisure and business guests. The famous afternoon tea is served daily in the Drawing Room and the award-winning restaurant 1837, serves classical French cuisine and is complemented by a cellar of over 1,000 international wines. Alternatively, the newly refurbished St George's Bar offers elegant comfort to enjoy cocktails and light snacks.