At the most famous hotel in London, maybe the world, is the ultra-suave and coolly low-key Beaufort Bar, quite possibly the most attractive space to sip a drink in the city. Despite the fact it’s just off the lobby (which is always busy with tourists wandering in and coming-and-going guests), it’s a hideaway of supreme style and opulence. Jet-black walls, theatrical lighting and enough discreet touches of gold to remind you you’re somewhere beyond special: the refurbished (2013) Beaufort is just stunning. Good job then that the drinks are first-rate – far more creative than at its neighbouring American Bar, and many incorporating fizz to great effect. A stunning place.
|Venue name:||Beaufort Bar at The Savoy||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||Open 5.30pm-1.30am Mon-Sat|
|Transport:||Tube: Charing Cross tube/rail or Embankment tube|
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I just spent the last 4 days of a month long vacation in London. I spent three of those nights at the Savoy. It is undoubtedly one of the best drink venues I have ever been too. There is no attitude nor pretention with service. You feel very welcomed. I had Ole Blue Eyes in the Champagne Bar ( the Art Deco bar) and at 25 GPS it was great. A special Silver Jack Daniels, with a touch of Benedctine and a few squeezes of fresh orange burned with a match served on a coaster of an old 45 rpm record of an old Sinatra recording. after the 5 minute description of the drink from the bartender and his traveling Art Deco bar - it was fabulous!!!!