Jewel Piccadilly is an elegant, chic and sophisticated bar-lounge located in one of the most famous cultural and tourist areas of London. After it’s opening in 2002, the venue has gained a strong reputation as one of the most beautiful venues in London. Over the years Jewel has developed a reputation as a top quality venue attracting a very sophisticated crowd, always enticing VIP guests and celebrities. Jewel is also well known for its wide range of premium quality drinks and fantastic cocktail and finger food menu.
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Venue Details & Map
Jewel Bar Piccadilly
4-6 Glasshouse StreetLondonW1B 5DQ
- Public transport:
- Tube: Piccadilly Circus
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Event Facilities
- In house AV available
- Breakout Rooms
- General Facilities
- Good views
I loved this place. The drinks are delish...the seating we reserved was great. We had a blast dancing! I like the ambiance. If you visit London, make sure you give this place a chance.more
Great value for happy hour, cocktails tend to be brightly coloured and sweet but for half price who's complaining!? Music is too loud for early evening - at 7pm it was like a nightclub. Not ideal if you are on a date or trying to catch up with friends however it is in a good location if you need a meeting place.more
Who knows how to make a Classic Champagne Cocktail? Nobody here apparently.
I've been coming here for over a decade. During that time the aforementioned drink has gone from a must have... To a "who gives a monkeys".
Sad stuff. The spot on service and staff used to be the selling point of the place. I am not tempted to stay for further drinks...
You know - I returned here the other day to...more
I have no idea which of my friends guided us to Jewel Bar, which one knew that it would be open and put up with a load of ridiculousness from us when we were still out at 1:30am and not ready to give up on the evening. But, Jewel Bar was available, and we were able to get one of the couches and tables, and set up to have our ears blasted out and watch the other ridiculousness on the dance...more
It's a fun place to hang out, sort of half bar, half club with a definite theme to its decor. It's dark, looks sexy in a sort of 90s gothic way, and is pretty relaxed. I too prefer this one to the Covent Garden version, mainly because this one gets busy and has a decent atmosphere.
I have never had to pay a cover to get in - either I get there early or I manage to blag my way out if it (if...more