London is one of the best destinations to travel all year-round. It’s a city full of great places. Today we bring you some of the best secret bars in town.
Are you traveling to London soon? Maybe this summer or maybe for the interior design tradeshow, Decorex. Either way, you will want to know all about the best places in London.
To stay off the most popular bars and enjoy your stay as much as you can, here are a few secret cocktail bars that you NEED to know about. You will want to visit them all.
1-The Stafford London
Not a lot of Londoners frequent the St Jame’s area, and even fewer will explore the historic Stafford London hotel. Secreted away at the hotel, here is one of the two remaining genuine American bars in London. The walls are filled with mementos, souvenirs, pictures, framed autographs and trophies from the US. You must try the Manhattan.
This one reminiscing the ‘prohibition’ period this bar has live jazz matching the low lighting thus creating an intimate and old-school glam atmosphere. You’ll have to order the Champagne Julep as it is famed.
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A secret bar in one of the busiest location in London, Piccadilly Circus. This Art Deco gem located is all about indulgent cocktails and glasses of champagne. It’s a glamorous bar full where you can expect to see people dressed up to drink martinis in the afternoon.
Located in a very exclusive area, Mayfair, this bar has a hidden entrance on the back door of a building. Inside the bar, it looks as if you stepped into a different world, with a fully-grown Japanese blossom tree, Chinese vases, and glowing neon arrows. Frequented by celebrities as Kate Moss and Brooklyn Beckham this bar also doubles as a place dedicated to the arts.
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