A frequent haunt of celebrities, The Blue Bar is situated within the Berkeley Hotel and serves a wide range of cocktails and boasts serving over 50 different types of strong whisky. It is an intimate venue which holds up to approximately 50 guests.
Venue Details & Map
The Blue Bar
Wilton PlaceKnightsbridgeLondonSW1X 7RL
- +44 (0)20 7235 6000
- Public transport:
- Hyde Park Corner, Underground
If there ever were a place with the magic ability to kill my evening ambitions, it's The Blue Bar at The Berkeley... I could run 5K OR I could have a couple cocktails at The Blue Bar! I could make this week's lunch OR I could go to The BLUE BAR!!!!
There are tiny low-slung seats throughout, but they are often hard to come by--especially on weekend nights--but if you, like me,...more
Incredibly swank and so expensive but definitely a cool place to grab a drink and see and be seen. Have often run into professional athletes and actors here (if that's your thing). But seriously, you'll pay $40 (equivalent) for a drink.more
My new favourite bar in town. No comparison.
They say you just have a better experience all round when a place is a little quieter, and that's most definitely true here. We went here on Sunday night, sat straight down in the main bar area - and had a blast.
Table service and snacks are a nice to have, but you'd almost expect that in such a fancy hotel bar. The main attraction is the decor,...more
This is a beautiful bar in an extremely beautiful hotel. The entire bar is this amazing color blue that in normal life you only see in very small bits. It is one room with another room directly behind it. The bar is dark, romantic and open late. The service is lovely. We sat down in these white leather chairs, we were given nuts and dried apples to nosh on, and we ordered our drinks. Then...more
I went here once with my friend after reading in GQ magazine that it was the #1 bar in the world!
Well, it didn't live up to that billing, but we were still pretty intimidated, which was funny because we ended up really overdressing. We wore ties, while nobody else in there did so, and we were asked if we were in the CIA or something. A little embarassing, but still pretty funny. Overall,...more