This Ravishingly Red Bar Is A Hot Spot For A Cocktail • The Coral Room

Guy Parsons Guy Parsons

The Coral Room London

The Coral Room is a gorgeous new spot for a glamorous cocktail.

The team at the Bloomsbury Hotel are clearly not content to rest on their laurels. They’ve been all over our Instagram feed with their elegant Dalloway Terrace space, but they’ve doubled down with a beautiful new space for classy drinking and dining.

Coral Room Cocktails
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Created by the designers Martin Brudnizki and Luke Edward Hall, The Coral Room is obviously a tonic for the eyes, with vibrant colours, parquet flooring, a classic marble-topped bar and other refined features.

The Coral Room opens for business at 8am each day, offering a concise breakfast menu with dishes like spiced baked eggs, and pea and feta smash on sourdough, and free-flowing coffee. There’s cream tea on offer in the afternoon, and a range of small plates into the evening, like short rib sliders, salads and welsh rarebit.

Gin Cocktail Coral Room
Photo: @tim_homewood

On the drinks front, The Coral Room has a specialism for English sparkling wine, with 29 different bottles of the stuff available to try, but naturally, there’s a creative menu of twenty different cocktails to work your way through, too.

There’s also a two-for-one deal on Tanqueray No. TEN cocktails until April 30, when you use this offer.

The Coral Room Bloomsbury
Photo: @christophhan

A hot new spot for someone you want to impress.

Location: 16-22 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3NN. Nearest station: Tottenham Court Road. See it on Google Maps.
Opening hours: open seven days a week from 8am – midnight; until 1am on Friday and Saturday.
Price: it’s definitely ‘hotel bar prices’ here – a coffee is £4.50, breakfast about £10, cocktails are from £12, bottles of sparkling wine from £45.
More information: from their website.

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