What they say:
Seymour's Parlour is Marylebone's newest hotel bar, serving exquisite cocktails and quirky creations to guests at the opulent Zetter Townhouse Hotel. Based on Seymour Street, the bar perfectly embodies the vibes this hotel is trying to give off; a traditional Georgian Townhouse in the middle of a bustling, ever-changing city. Beautifully decorated with upholstered armchairs, quaint antiques and animal mountings, this nostalgic spot is certainly something worth seeing. And completing the decadent experience, the cocktail menu infuses a number of exotic spices and tantalising fruit juices together with the finest spirits to produce an array of impressive, easy-on-the-eyes cocktails.
What we say:
More often than not, hotel bars go for an opulent and stylish ambience; understandable given that they're trying to make their guests feel special and deliver an unforgettable experience. Seymour's Parlour fits nicely into this trend, but rather than a sleek bar full of glass and pastel colours, the team behind this venture present a spot with bagfuls of character, intriguing knick knacks and unrivalled elegance. From the quaint furnishings to the suave cocktails, Seymour's Parlour has an air of mystery about it. You can't help but be thrilled by the bar's attitude and love of all things nostalgic. The perfect balance of old and new, it combines the luxury of a Georgian drawing room with the 21st century's metropolitan way of life.