The 20 most beautiful bars in London

The Coral Room

The Bloomsbury hotel is a haven for sumptuous interiors, from the velvet-clad basement bar to the fairy light festooned Dalloway Terrace.

Its grand new salon bar, The Coral Room, shines a light on English wine. It started life as the whitewashed lobby with black leather furniture and floral sofas. No prizes for guessing the colour scheme now, though with the brass bar lights emitting a warm vermillion glow, the walls do appear more burnt orange than coral.

Designer du jour, Martin Brudnizki, the man behind the interiors of Sexy Fish, The Ivy, J Sheekey, Aquavit and the Scarfes bar at the Rosewood, has once again worked his magic here.

The heigh ceilinged room is dressed with bespoke Murano glass chandeliers, brass-studded coral leather bar stools and a polished marble bar.

Glitz and glamour abound with a rakish hat tip to the 1920s and Fitzrovia’s famed eponymous residents, The Bloomsbury Group.

3 Responses to “The 20 most beautiful bars in London”

  1. the whole room looks stunning!

    No need to say that those original Murano glass chandeliers are stunning!

  2. Hi, I’m very curious the see the Bar from the inside, but the picture somehow doesn’t not appear. Could you please adjust the link? Thanks.

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