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Frieze Masters

Regent’s Park, London

4–7 October 2018

Brown’s Hotel

33 Albemarle Street
London W1S 4BP
Brown’s Hotel acts as a microcosm of modern, chic and arty Mayfair in which it is located.

Located in London’s most exclusive borough, Brown’s Hotel is a microcosm of chic, modern and arty Mayfair making it the ideal base for luxury travellers. Contemporary design and an eclectic collection of artworks and photography combine to give Brown’s its inimitable style and a charismatic air that brings guests back time and time again.  London’s first hotel welcomes the recent launch of the redesigned Donovan Bar which takes inspiration from its namesake, iconic 1960’s photographer Sir Terence Donovan, and opening of Beck at Brown’s, a restaurant serving Italian fare by renowned three Michelin-starred chef, Heinz Beck.

For reservations, please call +44 (0) 207 493 6020. 

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