Living / 7 September, 2022 / Ellie Thompson

DockATot Partners With Brown’s Hotel In Mayfair To Offer Families A Truly Magical Stay

Rocco Forte Hotel Brown’s in London and luxury family brand DockATot (formerly known as Sleepyhead of Sweden) have teamed up to provide families with the ultimate London stay in Mayfair.

DockATot at Brown’s Hotel

If you’re looking for a luxury family-friendly hotel in the capital, look no further. DockATot’s new partnership with Brown’s offers guests the all-important extra comfort factor for little ones and their grown-ups within the most majestic of settings.

Families can relax with a selection of DockATot treats, that children of all ages will love. There’s a beautiful Moses basket, a La Maman Wedge nursing pillow, and the renowned Deluxe+ and Grand Docks for mamas with new babies. And for guests staying in one of Brown’s signature suites, the award-winning DockATot tent of Dreams will be on hand to create the perfect space for older children to play, read and relax.

Luxury hotel stay for families in London

Enchanting playtents from DockATot add a touch of magic to Brown’s luxurious family suites, offering little ones a home away from home play space they’ll love. In a world full of tents, futons, and cushions galore, children can engage in imaginative play, all against the stunning aesthetics that Brown’s is known for, giving parents the change to relax and delight in the luxuries and delicacies on offer.

Morris & Co. prints

DockATot’s collection at Brown’s includes a number of Morris & Co. prints, such as the iconic Strawberry Thief, Golden Willow boughs, Pink & Rose, and DockATot’s own Busy Bees.

Lisa Furuland Kotsianis, Founder of DockATot comments on the partnership, ‘Featuring items from DockATot’s Morris & Co. collection within the historic and striking walls of Brown’s made complete sense. A timeless establishment, known equally for elegant, meaningful décor as well as distinguished comfort. DockATot is at home at Brown’s and as our first hotel partner, I couldn’t think of any other hotel more fitting than Brown’s’.

Stuart Johnson, Managing Director of Brown’s Hotel says, ‘We are delighted to partner with DockATot as their first hotel partner. Families are at the core of what we do and we always strive to enhance and create special memories for families that choose to stay with us – working with DockATot will only enhance this experience for them’.

Families have always been at the heart of Brown’s, with its Rocco Forte Kids’ services and facilities available only for their younger guests from the Jungle Book children’s Afternoon Tea to their Little Ones treatment menu at The Spa at Brown’s. A sense of magic and whimsy adorns the hotel and so it is unsurprising that Rudyard Kipling was inspired to pen the Jungle Book within its very walls.

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To book family suites and to find out more about DockATot at Brown’s please click here


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