Revel in the kind of luxury that only the capital can provide with the champagne bars in London. If you've got the cash to flash or prefer the bargain bubbly, take a look at our list of recommended champagne bars in London.
More Champagne Bars in London
Egerton House Hotel, 17-19 Egerton Terrace, Knightsbridge, London, SW3 2BX
(020) 7589 2412
The Bar at Egerton House Hotel is a discreet bar where the skilled bar team create a range of impressively made cocktails. There is also a compact selection of bar snacks available.
Playboy Club London, 14 Old Park Lane, Mayfair, London, W1K 1ND
(020) 3504 3614
Baroque is an opulent, flamboyant and sociable night time lounge at Playboy Club London, Mayfair.
Champagne is available in impressive quantities at this art deco, music-themed bar in the Corinthia Hotel.
Corinthia Hotel London, Whitehall Place, Whitehall, London, SW1A 2BD
(020) 7321 3200
Situated behind the Old Bailey, Corney and Barrow at Fleet Place is one of the City's well kept secrets. Offering a wide choice of drinks, including a variety of wines by the glass, and a selection of small plates and sharing boards, Corney and Barrow at Fleet Place also hold summer barbecues if the weather permits.
3 Fleet Place, The City, London, EC4M 7RD
(020) 7329 3141
Intercontinental London at The O2, 1 Waterview Drive, Greenwich, London, SE10 0TW
(020) 8463 6868
Eighteen Sky Bar, located within the Intercontinental London at The O2 hotel, is an iconic, luxurious cocktail bar offering guests unrivalled views over The O2, Canary Wharf, Thames Barrier and Docklands.
Eighteen Sky Bar delivers a glamorous and sophisticated experience with an extensive Champagne selection, cutting edge cocktail list and expert mixologists on-hand.
If you're alien to the world of champagne, let the friendly staff assist you in your choice. (Barring that, the house champagne is beautiful anyway.)
Harvey Nichols, 109-125 Knightsbridge, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7RJ
(020) 7235 8771
Rubens at The Palace Hotel, 39 Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria, London, SW1W 0PS
(020) 7834 6600
The Leopard Bar within the Rubens at the Palace Hotel is an impressive bar serving over 200 whiskies and 30 Champagnes against a backdrop of live jazz music.
Complete with sumptuous brown leather deep buttoned sofas, glass whisky display cabinets and antique pinewood walls by English panelling specialists Hallidays, the interior offers a spacious yet intimate 35 covers, while outdoor seating provides a palace-side view on warm summer evenings.
14-17 Carthusian Street, The City, London, EC1M 6AD
(020) 7726 8925
Neo is a sophisticated lounge bar located on Carthusian Street. Resident mixologist has created a variety of signature drinks including fifteen champagne cocktails, £8 each.
Although primarily a cocktail bar, Old Bengal Bar in Bishopsgate also champions champagne, with a list of several pricey vintage bottles as well as more affordable grapes by the glass.
Old Bengal Warehouse, 16 New Street, The City, London, EC2M 4TR
(020) 3503 0780
The Oscar Wilde Bar is an imposing venue within the Hotel Cafe Royal that features ornate Louis XVI detailing.
Hotel Cafe Royal, 68 Regent Street, Piccadilly, London, W1B 4DY
(020) 7406 3310
Refuel Bar and Restaurant in the Soho Hotel has a strong list of vintage champagnes as well as some more modern classics from the likes of Moet and Veuve Cliquot.
Soho Hotel, 4 Richmond Mews, Soho, London, W1D 3DH
(020) 7559 3000
Sofitel London St James, 6 Waterloo Place, St James, London, SW1Y 4AN
(020) 7747 2238
The Rose Lounge, situated within the Sofitel London St James hotel, is a luxurious lounge with feminine decor of pink and cream and impressive displays of fresh roses. Here you can enjoy fresh croissants, an assortment of pastries, rose macaroons and exclusive vintage teas.
For premium bubbly as well as Champagne cocktails, this sophisticated Searcys bar is appropriately placed in One New Change so City workers or laid-back shoppers can take the load off and indulge in a glass or two.
One New Change, St Paul's, London, EC4M 9AF
(020) 7871 1213
St Pancras Brasserie
St Pancras International Station, Grand Terrace, Kings Cross, London, N1C 4QL
Head chef Colin Layfield has created an all-day menu, which focuses on the UK’s finest seasonal produce. Breakfast highlights include Rainy Lane yoghurt, spiced Williams pear and John Ross Jr smoked salmon, while a menu available at lunch or dinner features Creedy Carver chicken and leek pie and 45-day house-aged Lake District Rib of beef on the bone.
The original restaurant, designed in art deco style by Martin Brudnizki, now has a variety of flexible spaces perfect for get-togethers and informal meetings, as well as catering for parties of different sizes. New additions include The Glass Room, a semi-private area seating 18, along with the Kitchen Bar area filled with high tables and seating for 37, ideal for all-day working, breakfast meetings and informal business lunches. It also overlooks the open kitchen, making it a great venue for chef demo events.
A newly added private dining room plays host to the first Champagne School, re-imagined as a 12-seater Tasting Room that can also be booked for meetings, masterclasses or parties fizzing with Champagne and British sparkling.
St Pancras Champagne Bar
The much-loved St Pancras Champagne bar is famously the longest in Europe, and has swiftly became a must-visit destination in London, where guests can enjoy the grandeur and panoramic views of the magnificent station. For those looking to enjoy a glass of something special, the menu showcases a variety of champagne and world sparkling wines by the bottle, including 9 by the glass.
(020) 7870 9900