The bar at Galvin at Windows reopened on the 22nd of May with a new vintage – 1930’s theme.
Following a £500,000 refurbishment, the bar, on the 28th floor of the Mayfair Hilton Park Lane, is more chic than ever and boasts stunning views of the London landscape.
With Fred Serieix at the helm watching over every little detail, the service is exemplary and ultra smooth. For a bar that’s so popular, that attention to detail is definitely needed.
Fruit based cocktails dominate so if you have a sweet tooth it could work out quite well. If you like something a little more bitter, though, you might have to order something off menu.
A few choice snacks from the restaurant next door, plenty of creative cocktails and the setting sun, it really feels like the world is your oyster. And if you ask really nicely, they might even let you out onto the balcony for one of the most spectacular views of London.
Be prepared for a sizeable bill though. Just a few cocktails can set you back more than £100.
Here are a couple of snaps:
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