Brown's Hotel, London...one of the stops on the honeymoon. #FiftyShades @50ShadesSource www.facebook.com/FiftyShadesSource

Brown's Hotel, London...one of the stops on the honeymoon. #FiftyShades @50ShadesSource www.facebook.com/FiftyShadesSource

Take tea at Browns Hotel, London, visited for tea by Queen Victoria and Agatha Christie, a frequent visitor based one of her novels At Bertram's Hotel here.

Take tea at Browns Hotel, London, visited for tea by Queen Victoria and Agatha Christie, a frequent visitor based one of her novels At Bertram's Hotel here.

The English Tea Room at Rocco Forte’s Brown’s Hotel serves one of the most famous afternoon teas in London.

The English Tea Room at Rocco Forte’s Brown’s Hotel serves one of the most famous afternoon teas in London.

English Tea Room at Brown's Hotel - London - https://www.roccofortehotels.com/hotels-and-resorts/browns-hotel/restaurants-and-bars/english-tea-room/

English Tea Room at Brown's Hotel - London - https://www.roccofortehotels.com/hotels-and-resorts/browns-hotel/restaurants-and-bars/english-tea-room/

The bar at the Brown's Hotel in Mayfair is a mix of classic cocktail bar with just of twist of contemporary design. Cocktail menu is distinctively old fashioned.

The bar at the Brown's Hotel in Mayfair is a mix of classic cocktail bar with just of twist of contemporary design. Cocktail menu is distinctively old fashioned.

THE BROWN HOTEL, Louisville, KY, The show begins as soon as you step into the lobby: Soaring, coffered ceilings, Palladian-style windows, Botticino marble floors… The Brown Hotel is nothing if not a performer. Built by a wealthy Louisville businessman in 1923, this 16-story marvel of English Renaissance architecture has long been a fixture of the city's Theater District.

THE BROWN HOTEL, Louisville, KY, The show begins as soon as you step into the lobby: Soaring, coffered ceilings, Palladian-style windows, Botticino marble floors… The Brown Hotel is nothing if not a performer. Built by a wealthy Louisville businessman in 1923, this 16-story marvel of English Renaissance architecture has long been a fixture of the city's Theater District.

Lobby at the Brown Hotel, Lousiville, Kentucky  where the legendary "hot brown" originated

Lobby at the Brown Hotel, Lousiville, Kentucky where the legendary "hot brown" originated

The Hot Brown is a Kentucky classic created in the 1920's at Louisville's Brown Hotel.  It is an open face sandwich of turkey, bacon, tomato, and Mornay sauce. Link to the authentic Brown Hotel recipe.

The Hot Brown is a Kentucky classic created in the 1920's at Louisville's Brown Hotel. It is an open face sandwich of turkey, bacon, tomato, and Mornay sauce. Link to the authentic Brown Hotel recipe.

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