5 Of the Best London Hotel Bars

This week’s “5 Of” brings you some of the best Hotel Bars from London


Here a little selection of my favourites with an extra wildcard thrown in.


Sanderson Long Bar – https://www.morganshotelgroup.com/originals/originals-sanderson-london/eat-drink/long-bar – @SandersonLDN


The Long Bar has been a regular spot for me over the years as it offers a unique opportunity to people watch whilst sipping cocktails in the company of all manner of interesting drinkers. The Sanderson has long been revered as the go-to for afternoon tea with Mad Hatter’s Tipsy Evening Tea  a particular favourite of mine.


Charlotte Street Hotel – https://www.firmdalehotels.com/hotels/london/charlotte-street-hotel/ – @firmdale_hotels


The Charlotte Street Hotel is in a fantastic location jammed between Tottenham Court Road and Goodge Street and is a popular spot for film nights. The Oscar Bar offers a relaxed setting for indulging or watching the world go by.


Ham Yard Hotel – https://www.firmdalehotels.com/a/restaurants-bars/london/ham-yard/ – @ham_yard


The Ham Yard Bar at the Ham Yard Hotel is a touch of class and the whole hotel is testament to the high attention to detail and service the Firmdale Group hold so dear. A must visit.


Bar at St Martin’s Lane Hotel – https://www.morganshotelgroup.com/originals/originals-st-martins-lane-london – @StMartinsLDN 


Tucked away behind the hustle and bustle of the theatre district is Blind Spot at the St Martin’s Lane Hotel, a speakeasy influenced cocktail paradise. Easy to miss, hard to forget.


Mondrian at Sea Containers https://www.morganshotelgroup.com/mondrian/mondrian-london – @MondrianLDN 


Boasting both Dandelyan and Rumpus Room you really are spoilt for choice at the Mondrian. This being a relatively new edition to the London scene and being based on the South Bank this brings West End style to the dirty South.


W Hotel – http://www.wlondon.co.uk/ – @WLondonHotel


Room 913 offers a little bit more than your average hotel bar with a hotel nightclub. Discreet and exclusive, 913 certainly has the “wow” factor.



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