Featuring elegant Louis XVI decoration, the Oscar Wilde Lounge at Hotel Café Royal is a charming place for afternoon tea, champagne, light bites and live entertainment. Since its inception in 1865, the lounge has hosted the likes of the Beatles and Oscar Wilde, who fell in love with Lord Alfred Douglas here.
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Oscar Wilde Lounge at Hotel Cafe Royal London
Café Royal Hotel London
68 Regent StreetGreater LondonW1B 4DY
- +44 (0)20 7406 3310
Top 5 reviews of Oscar Wilde Lounge at Hotel Cafe Royal London
I came here last week for Afternoon Tea with a friend while in London.
We did our research before making the reservation a few months in advance and while it is definitely expensive, so are all Afternoon Tea's... so if you are interested - look at menus, look at reviews, and compare prices, until you find the Tea that's right for you.
Anyways. When we arrived we were greeted by the hostess... more
Beautiful bar room. We came to the Hotel Cafe Royal for high tea in the Oscar Wilde Bar room. Excellent experience.
The room itself is very ornate, everything lined in gold trim. The ceiling has pictures of topless women and some babies. The walls are all mirrors with gold pillars. When you look at the walls, you get the illusion that the room continues on and on.
The high tea was such... more
If I could give zero stars, I would. The food was okay, the serives fine.
However, when we came in, I was holding a Pride flag (the parade route was passing out front) and was told rather nastily by the maitre d' that it was not allowed in the restaurant. I wasn't waving it, I was in the process of sliding it in the front of my camera bag.
The guy physically stood in front of my friends... more
So here I was indulging in yet another Sunday afternoon tea, this time in the iconic Oscar Wilde Bar at Hotel Café Royal - formerly the iconic Grill Room which has been exquisitely restored to its authentic Louis XVI detailing.
Originally established in 1865, it is now the place to enjoy Afternoon tea during the day and Champagne, sparkling wine and a light menu in the evening, complemented... more
Came in here for a post dinner drink after a great meal in the Domino room..... Wasnt quite what I expected for a bar named after oscar wilde. The Louis XVI detailing along with flashing lights and cheesy music made it feel a bit more appropriate for a stop on a hen party... Cocktails were good - but should be at £16+service more