Where to start... This jewel of a bar is both gratifyingly opulent and yet utterly welcoming with a drinks list of legend.
- The Savoy Hotel, Carting Lane, London, WC2R 0EU
- +44 (0) 20 7836 4343
- Opening Times
- Mon-Sat 17.00-01.00
- Insider Information
- The tables are good for date night, but if you want to get to the heart of the bar - opt for a high stool.
Evening Standard Says…
The Savoy inspires big expectations, and the Beaufort seems quietly capable of handling them with panache. The room itself, with its palatial lavishings of gold on black, is enough. The bar sits, mirrors glimmering, on the old cabaret stage, where Gershwin once performed. When these creations arrive, the theatre is taken further, with liberal sprinklings of gold leaf – you’re pretending to be rich, remember? – stories about famous guests and your very own bartender mixing seatside. Naturally, there’s live entertainment every evening, too, so you can sit back quietly in your finery and avoid any conversation about who's paying for what.Read more…
Time Out Says…
At 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, it’s a hideaway of supreme style and opulence.Read more…
The Telegraph Says…
For a more decadent, glamorous setting I’m inclined to recommend the hotel’s Beaufort Bar, previously the Savoy’s cabaret stage. Dramatically finished in matt black and glistening gold, the Art Deco-style room’s best seats are the semi-circular banquettes that flank the walls – prime positions from which to watch the musical, burlesque and cabaret performances held there each night.Read more…