London's iconic Dorchester Hotel is set to unveil the new Artists' Bar, an elegant spot for drinks and dining surrounded by glamorous decor and design.
Set in a decadent hall-type room curated by designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, you'll struggle not to be taken aback by the interiors which feature Lalique crystal designs as well as a stunning centrepiece, Liberace's mirrored piano, which has been meticulously restored for the venue.
Signature cocktails will be served from a large circular bar, from a choice of six each reflecting a different piece from The Dorchester's original art collection, while guests can also order from the table before being served on bespoke trolleys.
The food menu is set to focus on British-caught seafood, curated by culinary director Martyn Nail, designed to complement the cocktails and champagnes served at the bar. Expect caviar, oysters, potted shrimp, lobster cocktail, and seabass ceviche, alongside a selection of sashimi and sushi.
Find out more about The Dorchester here.
The new Artists' Bar follows a succession of renovated hotel bars over the past few months. We recently saw London's The Berkeley Hotel update its seasonal alfresco space into a new gastro pub concept for the winter ahead, called The Bishop at The Berkeley.