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The London EDITION preserves the finest aspects of an iconic landmark building, but reinvents the spaces within to create a dynamic fusion of old and new, past and present.
Behind the reception desk hangs a custom reproduction tapestry depicting one of Louis XV Gobelin Tapestries scenes dating from 1773. The original tapestry purchased in 1881 hangs in the Drapers Halls in London and was featured in a scene in the film The Kings Speech.
Creating a sense of organized chaos, the lobby and lobby bar are furnished with an eclectic mix of unique pieces and iconic British and European design interpreted with an unexpected twist. The Lobby also offers an antique billiard table and a black walnut communal table which is fitted with Apple desktop computers and outlets for personal laptop use.
The Lobby Bar serves a selection of light bites taken from the Berners Tavern menu as well as bespoke unique cocktails. Signature cocktails found in the Lobby Bar include the Clearer Colada a type of clear Pina Colada which must be tried to be believed.
This gastronomic gem is under the direction of Executive Chef Jason Atherton. Berners Tavern boasts 140 covers, serving guests breakfast, lunch and dinner. In keeping with the design of the hotel the menu at Berners Tavern is inspired by the traditions of Great Britain and will feature the very best produce that the British Isles have to offer.
Berners Tavern Sitting Area
Berners Tavern, under the direction of Executive Chef Jason Atherton, is inspired by the classic muted colours of Johannes Vermeer paintings and American artist Donald Judd, Berners Tavern has taupe coloured walls, dusty rose chairs, and a subtle play between modern and period detail.
Nestled at the back of the hotel is the Punch Room, a fumed-oak panelled den inspired by the comfort of manor house libraries and nineteenth-century London’s private clubs. A cocktail bar without a bar yet featuring rotating guest mixologists, where every drink is served on a silver salver by employees dedicated to the guests. By reservation only.