The Coral Room is a chic, villa-style bar with chandeliers that serves drinks, small meals, and afternoon tea. The colorful bar was developed in partnership with the famed Martin Brudnizki and is inspired by the 1920s. Its vibrant coral-colored walls, five custom Murano glass chandeliers, and gorgeous marble bar create the ideal setting for our funky new hangout. During the day, the bar is the ideal place for visitors to meet for a light lunch or an afternoon snack, and in the evenings, it transforms into a glamorous cocktail bar. The Coral Room’s adaptability makes it an ideal respite from the hustle and bustle of London. This magnificent offering from The Bloomsbury hotel brings brilliant color and excellent drinks to Great Russell Street, making it one of the most attractive bars in Central London.
Please stop in for 20s-inspired decor and alfresco sipping in their secret garden, observing the care and attention that has gone into this magnificent cocktail setting. The Coral Room, located in the heart of Bloomsbury, London, is a beautiful 1920s grand salon bar with an al fresco garden. The bar is lively in ambiance and style, with 56 original artworks by English artist Luke Edward Hall adorning the walls and the area created by the famed Martin Brudnizki Design Studio. The Coral Room provides a small meal, drinks, afternoon tea, and the world’s most extensive selection of English Sparkling wine. The Coral Room is the ideal location for an aperitif before eating on Dalloway Terrace next door, providing a break from the rush and bustle of Central London.
The Coral Room is the ideal location for your Patsy Stone moment in London. The walls are a lovely, candy-colored pink, and the chandeliers sparkle, as do the well-dressed customers in this hotel bar. There’s also a whole menu devoted to English sparkling wine – consider it Ab Fab post-Brexit. It’s part of The Bloomsbury hotel, which also houses the famed Bloomsbury Club Bar and its gleaming all-weather patio. On the other hand, the Coral Room is on the ground level rather than the basement, which means it sees many more comings and goings. The disadvantage of its location is that many hotel guests use it as a flashy highway. Smiling, suited bartenders did a terrific job getting us situated, providing recommendations based on personal preferences. One even purred to my partner that she had chosen his favorite cocktail, The Last Word.