Time Out says
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. Refurbished in 2013, the Beaufort has jet-black walls, theatrical lighting and enough discreet touches of gold to remind you you’re somewhere beyond special. The drinks live up to the ambience and are far more creative than the neighbouring American Bar, pushing the boundaries of mixology and incorporating fizz to great effect.
|Transport:||Tube: Charing Cross tube/rail or Embankment tube|
|Opening hours:||Open 5pm-1am Mon-Sat|
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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!!!!
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