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Two brands that epitomise superlative British style, Brown’s Hotel has joined forces with Mayfair fine jeweller Boodles for a show-stopping Christmas season. More than just neighbours on Albemarle Street, both companies are family-run businesses with creativity and exceptional service at the heart of what they do.

Throughout the holiday season, Boodles will be responsible for adorning Brown’s Hotel with whimsical decorations inspired by the theme of travel and enchanted places. Visitors will step into a fairy-tale upon entering the hotel, courtesy of a magical woodland scene created by Brown’s supremely talented resident florist, Ellie Hartley.

A canopy of bespoke Boodles hot air balloons will float overhead, leading the way to the main attraction—a towering Christmas tree festooned with its own miniature hot air balloons. Not just decorative, these balloons will also contain some very special cargo in distinctive pale pink Boodles gift boxes.

Look beneath the branches, illuminated by stars and sparkling lights, to reveal more exquisitely wrapped Boodles boxes waiting under the tree. To claim one of these for yourself, all you need to do is donate to Children with Cancer UK, Brown’s Hotel’s charity of choice. For further excitement, on Christmas Eve a number will be selected at random and the winner will be gifted a show-stopping Boodles diamond set pendant, ensuring they have a very good Christmas indeed.

To increase the festive cheer, Brown’s and Boodles have also teamed up to offer an additional Christmas treat with their Suite Nights with Boodles package. This spoiling offer includes a night’s stay in one of Brown’s wonderful suites, followed by an exclusive, private consultation at Boodles, where you’ll have the opportunity to make use of generous £500 jewellery gift certificate.

After picking out your own Christmas bauble, head back to the Hotel for more magical indulgence and enjoy a Festive White Afternoon Tea for two.

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