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Ritz Carton London is part of the London EDITION and offers both a reinvention of its landmark building and the luxury hotel experience. Located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho, this London boutique hotel blends thoughtful design and intuitive service with excellent dining and nightlife in a space that boldly brings together the past with the present. Here are a few bar and dining room ideas you can get inspirations to apply in your own dining room area. (See more London restaurant interior design ideas)
At Ritz Carlton London hotel and under the direction of London’s own Michelin starred Executive Chef Jason Atherton, this gastronomic gem offers a contemporary British menu that is simple yet elegant and features the very best produce that the British Isles has to offer. Berners Tavern’s private dining room with a spacious seating up to 14, has stylish surroundings, where every inch of the dramatic high walls is covered in chic framed art.
A modern, long dark walnut table with rose upholstered chairs is placed under an original historic skylight with atmospheric lighting.
The art in the Lobby Bar reflects its dual personality, with a haunting Hendrik Kerstens photograph above the fireplace and Ingo Maurer’s stainless steel orb offering discreet glimpses of all the action. Designed for both work and play, space features a snooker table, intimate seating areas, and a common table, and offers a menu of items from Jason Atherton’s Berners Tavern. Cocktails, created by Davide Segat, are the highlight and include the signature EDITION.
A modern reincarnation of London’s 19th-century private clubs, the reservations-only Punch Room draws guests to an intimate bar room away from the Soho crowds. The bar, paneled in fumed oak, focuses on its namesake with 30 specialty punches including the signature gin-infused EDITION house punch with jasmine tea and oak moss; tufted sofas, handsome leather chairs and carefully soundtrack of vintage soul, blues, ragtime, and doo-wop is complemented by impromptu live performances to help to recreate the traditional gentlemen’s club.
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