Park Lane is a major road in the City of Westminster, in Central London. It is part of the London Inner Ring Road and runs from Hyde Park Corner in the south to Marble Arch in the north. It separates Hyde Park to the west from Mayfair to the east. London’s vibrant club scene puts the city on the map as the capital of cool. Super clubs like Ministry of Sound, Fabric and Heaven are among the biggest and best known places to party. For those who prefer a more intimate experience, the DJ bars are where it’s at. There are many Bars, Night clubs, Pubs, Casinos, and Hotels AND Elite Escorts London such as.
- The Meet Bar: The Met Bar was synonymous with celebrities in the nineties – Kate Moss and her clan were among the A-list regulars – and it still gets a fair smattering of pop stars, actresses, footballers and their wives. The Met is open to all but still remain a classy destination to enjoy a cocktail. Also given a new look, it combines glossy black furniture with golden highlights while natural light floods through the glass wall.
- C C Bar: Formerly the POP bar, the new CC Barat Hilton on Park Lane has been redesigned by renowned interior designer Joh Fraher and now features neutral tones and intricate lights, giving the illusion of a secret garden. Partnering with top Champagne house Vranken Pommery Monopole, the bar has a wide selection of champagnes and signature cocktails available, including CC’s Strawberry Fields, Sparkling Mint, and Blueberry Bubbles.
- Blue Bar: Having a cocktail in the Blue Bar is akin to sipping on gin and tonic in a very posh – and possibly eccentric – grand dame’s sitting room. The universal blue colour chosen by designer David Collins is named ‘Lutyens Blue’ after the Edwardian architect who originally designed the room – and extends from the carpet to the walls and furniture.
- Bar 45: Bar 45 is a stylish cocktail bar that’s ideal for a sophisticated evening sipping on cocktails. The décor is sleek, with polished wood and leather fittings, and the drinks menu is suitably indulgent. The cocktail menu boasts a number of unique options, including Smoke & Mirrors, with lapsang souchong-infused single malt scotch, Drambuie, cherry morlacco and lemon; Crouching Tiger, with jasmine flower green tea, infused vodka and lemon juice; and Forbidden Kiss, with gin, fresh raspberries, rose elixir and lemon juice.
- Whisky Mist: The new Whisky Mist has been overseen by nightclub owner Nick House a team from top clubs in Europe to reveal “a darkly glamorous new spin on its Scottish heritage”. Clubbers can dance until dawn in rooms decorated with suits of armour, coats of arms, crested wallpaper, whisky barrels and the majestic stag after which the club is named. Cocktails are served in pewter and steel, and leather and horn cups.
- Ye Grapes: Built in 1882 this gorgeous Victorian pub could be the perfect spot for a night out, if you can find it, that is. The high, dark ceilings and wood-panelled walls are hung with all manner of historic bric-a-brac; flintlocks, stuffed animals, and horns dangle interestingly. If the weather is fair, the customers from Ye Grapes and the neighboring pubs spill out into the square creating a boisterous convivial atmosphere.
- Punch Bowl: Famous for its famous owner, the Punch Bowl became a celebrity hang-out when Guy Ritchie split up with Madonna. This does result in a certain level of drinkers coming here in search of celebrities and, if you’re into that kind of thing, you may well get lucky. Such is the popularity of the place; the local authorities are always threatening to have the Punch Bowl closed down on the grounds of acute noise pollution.
Whether you’re looking for a place for a quiet drink or a place to party hard, they’ll be able to get you on the guestlist or book you a VIP table at a bar & nightclub in Park Lane.