Built in 1857 with its beautiful original features such as mosaic floors stained glass windows pillared portico art nouveau friezes and a stunning marble fireplace it is no wonder The Warrington Hotel is known as one of London s most stunning Victorian pubs. The Warrington was always called a hotel and yet has never had accommodation. That is until now with the addition of our 5 beautiful rooms each one individually styled and in keeping with it s Victorian heritage. Stylish luxury but yet quirky and eclectic. With such a colourful and historic past The Warrington Hotel was once under the ownership of The Church of England and was rumoured to be an upmarket brothel. In fact the slang randy allegedly originated here due to it s proximity to Randolph Crescent. So now not only is it the perfect place for Sunday Lunch beer with friends or a private dinner in the Billiard Room but also the perfect place to lay your head. We hope to see you soon!
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93 Warrington Crescent
Maida ValeLondonW9 1EH
- +44 (0)20 7592 7960
Located in Little Venice, this is a spectacular traditional Victorian pub. The interior is truly amazing, featuring spectacular stained glass windows, mirrors, ornate pillars and comfy seats and sofas. The bar itself is of dark wood design. Not surprisingly, it is always very busy and I have never managed to secure a seat! Luckily there is seating available outside!
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Not been in this little Gordon ramsay establishment for a while. However on this occasion I was impressed by the perfectly balanced dessert and Murphy s on tap. Will definitely be returning and who knows I may even try a main next time.more
Really amazing local pub in the heart of little Venice. On any given day, you will find plenty of local crowds. This is a hotel so very well maintained both inside and out with plenty of seating both indoors and outdoors. There is also a fancier dining room upstairs. Great place to meet up friends or even find a quiet corner for a private conversation.more
Came here with a friend for some cozy pub food, and it was ok!
Nothing stood out as absolutely divine, but everything was good enough to consider returning. The staff, on the other hand, is not great - they all look SO damn tired and overworked, I just wanted to give them all a hug and send them home to a warm bath.more
Beautiful, beautiful pub, with tons of outdoor seating. The inside is just the perfect, quintessential establishment, with a dark wood bar, stained glass, and a roaring fire.
Just go for the drinks and for the ambiance, as the food is overpriced and just not good.more