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The Best Hotel Bars in London

London’s Hotels not only make great places to stay they feature some of the best bars in the capital, whether you’re looking for the most outstanding cocktails, unique setting or rarest whiskey. Notably the Langham’s Artesian bar and the Connaught’s Bar feature in the world’s top 10 bars consistently. The Marriott Grosvenor square takes a more subtle approach with its hidden Luggage room bar whilst the ME hotel's bar can’t be beaten for its amazing views.​​

The Beaufort Bar

The Savoy, Strand, WC2R 0EU

The Beaufort Bar combines a wow factor with with some of London's most to die for drinks. The heavily Art Deco influenced space overflows with opulence; the Alcoves are lined with £38,000’s worth of gold leaf that perfectly complement the exquisite black velvet furnishings and drapes.



Galvin at Windows 22 Park Lane, W1K 1BE

Situated 28 floor above Hyde Park the bar in Galvins at Windows has some of the most exceptional views in London. The interior is a delightful and classy homage to the art deco era with an abundance of rich leather and metallic details. Their signature cocktails are just as impressive too.


The Trafalgar, Trafalgar Square, SW1A 2TS

Stunningly situated above Trafalgar square, Vista's roof terrace on top of the Trafalgar hotel offers a scene of tranquillity amongst the manic of London's most famous square. It is a classy affair with an abundance of black wicker, scatter cushions and even its own herb garden.





The Luggage Room

Marriott Grosvenor Square, W1K 6JP

This summer the Marriot Grosvenor Square hotel converted its old luggage room to a secret 1930's cocktail bar. Guests must enter by knocking on a small unmarked door to the left of the hotels main entrance. The bar is a beautiful reflection of Art Deco design and opulence with lashings of chrome accents and leather.







Berners Tavern

10 Berners Street, W1T 3NP

This spectacular bar come restaurant by Jason Atherton is one of the grandest in London. Set inside the brand new EDITION hotel its bronze colour walls are covered head to toe with period paintings and stunning LED back lit bar rises 5m to the vast, vaulted and immaculately detailed ceilings.

Radio Bar

ME Hotel, 336-337 The Strand, WC2R 1HA

Radio Bar, interestingly, earns its name because building that hosts it was where the first BBC programming was broadcast back in 1922. It is one of the largest roof terraces in the west end, with enough space for a number of sofas that make the ideal place to enjoy views from Big Ben to Canary Wharf.



The Langham, 1c Portland Place Regent St, W1B 1JA

The Artesian bar can officially lay claim to be the 'World’s best bar' having being voted it by Drinks international in 2012. The bar specialises in rum based cocktails and there are over 100 to try. Despite the sheer number, the Artesian won’t be found lacking in attention to detail, even the ice cubes have a special formula to keep them cooler for longer.

The Blue Bar

The Berkeley, Wilton Place, SW1X 7RL

A new twist on an old room. World famous designer David Collins reinvigorated Edward Lutyens original room by lathering it in blue, and to good effect too. Everything from the ornate plaster work to the leather bound menus are blue. It is very much a place to see and be seen.

Connaught Bar

The Connaught, Carlos Place, W1K 2AL

One of the most highly acclaimed bars in London, The Connaught Bar takes 1920s art deco style and turns it into a 21st century masterpiece. Even its textured walls are glamorous - they sparkle with inlayed platinum leaf. Our concierge service recommends ordering a martini. Its bespoke constituents arrive in splendour upon a trolley along with a top mixologist, allowing you to tailor your drink to your own taste.

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