The Kipling Suite is Brown’s Hotel at its best, combining modern flair with the time-honoured romance of London’s oldest hotel.
Named in celebration of the author Rudyard Kipling, who wrote The Jungle Book during one of his many stays at Brown’s Hotel, the suite features personal touches from the hotel’s illustrious history. As with all rooms at Brown’s, the Kipling Suite was designed to embody the essence of London.
Standout antiques were curated as if they were for a family home by Olga Polizzi and her team, with a framed handwritten letter from Rudyard Kipling providing a glimpse into the world of the great British author.
A white plaster monkey hangs outside the main door of the suite giving guests a sense of fun upon arriving. The suite’s library hosts Rudyard Kipling books and more. There’s a slight sense of jungle throughout in the wallpaper, with its patterns and different shades of green.
Guests of the Kipling Suite will also be able to choose from the Rocco Forte Suite Experiences, which give access to some of London’s most renowned locations, often unavailable to the public. They can experience private tours of the eclectic Paul Smith store on Albemarle Street or a personal appointment at Peter Harrington Rare Books.