The only thing that tops my love for travel is my deep love for unique experiences that spark my creativity. I cling to every curated and organic touch in shop, hotel, airport, or neighborhood that I come across when I travel. At the start of spring, I had the opportunity to experience a night at Brown’s Hotel, which is the oldest hotel in London. The intimacy and thoughtfulness of every feature captured me upon arrival and captured me and had me yearning to explore every nook of the building.
The hotel was built in 1837, and has a history of hosting aristocracy, diplomats, politicians, and writers from all over the world. Apparently, it was one of the few clubs that welcomed women in the 19th century, which made it even more befitting that my visit fell during International Women’s Month. The photos and illustrations below captures my experience and stay at Brown’s hotel.