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Visited here yesterday for a couple of drinks before dinner.
Having had fun trying to find how to get in (look for the Marriott hotel and the door is to the left) I loved having to knock to be let in. You do have to...More
I'm not sure if it was just a slow night when we visited but it was very quiet and low key. We loved the whole experience. Felt a bit like a travel in time. Perfect for those who are serious about their cocktail drinking. Our...More
Look the cocktails where ok but nothing spectacular for the money you pay! I have had a lot better for half the price!
The staff were excellent and friendly so couldn't fault them. (5 stars)
The bar itself was quite quiet and not much of...More
The Luggage Room is very cool looking. You enter through a black door by the Marriott Hotel.
Apparently the door is usually locked, speak easy style, but it wasn't when we arrived. So, we New Yorkers sauntered in like pros, much to the general dismay...More
Very nice venue, hidden inside a corner of the hotel. The afternoon tea, low tea came with multiple choices and very good descriptions. The staff was very helpful and knowledgeable.
We can absolutely recommend this to anyone.
Arrived here quite late, but had phoned ahead (literally 30 minutes before from just around the corner) so had no trouble getting in.... Can't stress enough that it only takes a tiny bit of research/prep to avoid disappointment with places like this!
Cool, speakeasy vibe...More
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