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“Amazing night out for hubby's birthday”
Review of The Luggage Room

The Luggage Room
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Ranked #1,860 of 28,445 Restaurants in London
Price range: $19 - $125
Cuisines: International
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Good for: Bar scene, Special occasions
Dining options: Reservations
Neighborhood: Mayfair
Description: Tucked away in the corner of Grosvenor Square in London, United Kingdom, The Luggage Room draws on the spirit of the Roaring Twenties. It’s an intimate London cocktail bar, effortlessly oozing style and decadence. Amid the fine liquor displays, handmade wine cabinets and period curiosities, you can watch while cobblers, cups and punches are carefully created around you. In the 1920s the infamous ‘Bentley Boys’ would turn heads in glamorous Mayfair. Bars would buzz to the sound of jazz and the in-crowd would sip Highballs and Martinis in their own inimitable style. Crafted to charm and delight our Mayfair bar has a nod towards the nostalgia for the past with its feet firmly in the present. Find us inside of London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square.
Reviewed June 6, 2019

This place is amazing, such a gem.
We visited on 1 June 2019. The cocktail lounge was extremely quiet due to the champions leagues final.
We could not have been better looked after. The cocktails were something a bit different with a great variety for everyone.
Being a bit of a lightweight the staff even found me a coffee while the family carried on with their cocktails. It made a memorable night for my husbands birthday.
Thank you Luggage room!

Date of visit: June 2019
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Thank RJM1972
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Reviewed April 6, 2019 via mobile

This little bar is tucked away on the sidestreet near Bond Street station. Dark and dimly lit cute little bar. More for an evening meet up possibly it is located within the hotel. This is a place for a more formal acquaintance.

Date of visit: April 2019
Thank affy1979
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Reviewed March 31, 2019 via mobile

So nicely done, and men at bar authentically dressed, a shame the ladies weren’t.
Most disappointed that there was no jazz playing- the marketing blurb says 1920’s jazz which is what had attracted us to go.

We had the same cocktails as the table next to ours and ours were served in normal
Glasses but they had there’s in quirky mugs, so that was also disappointing as with these things it is the little things that make the experience

Ordered house white then when bill came was charged £16.50 for a glass, they did sort the over charge out- should have been £8- but it’s the hassle to have to go through and it wasn’t done very graciously

Date of visit: March 2019
Thank karenr358
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Reviewed March 28, 2019

I had a drink here while staying at the Marriott. Nice art deco bar and fancy old fashioned drinks. It's a little pricey, but the atmosphere and experience are worth it one time.

Date of visit: February 2019
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Thank scnitzeltravel
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Reviewed March 15, 2019

The hotel lobby was quite bright so when we entered the bar it seemed really dark. But once you become accustomed to the light, it's actually very nice. Firstly - staff were everywhere with excellent service. Once you take a seat a little bowl of popcorn appears and keeps getting replaced as the evening continues. The music had a 70s feel but was nice in the background. The bar was lively (10pm Friday) with lots of American voices. The lager was British, though not a brand I knew. But it was nice and cold. The other drink we ordered was a mix of champagne and something else! - very nice indeed. Not cheap at £26 for both drinks but this is a 5 star hotel in Grosvenor Square so pretty much expected. Finally the toilets. A little walk downstairs but clean and fragranced. A cheerful goodbye from the evening staff in the lobby (well done) and a short walk to Bond Street station makes this a nice little place for a drink before heading home, Very nice.

Date of visit: March 2019
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Thank sw1sec
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