Beautiful Bars in London

From the good looking to the down right stunning, London has no shortage of pretty places to perch those bums of yours. From restaurants decked out in the finest of foliage, to rooftop bars that give your Instagram a good seeing to, we've been on the hunt for the the city's most attractive plots. Check out our recommendations for London's most beautiful bars and fill your feed with these gems. 

Last updated on 28th April 2020




Aviator at Hush

97 user reviews 5

One of the best bars in London is also one of the city's sexiest; Aviator at Hush is modelled on the 1960s golden era of travel, with a long, marble topped bar and some quirky neon signage dotted about. If you like your hotel bars to have a dash of drama, this is the place for you.

NT's

120 user reviews 4

Tucked away near London Fields, NT'S is a cool spot for cocktails, a roof terrace and late nights, with some of the best DJs in the area getting on the decks. Head here for warmer nights on the outdoor terrace or inside sips when it's chillier, followed by late night danceathons. 

The Harcourt

29 user reviews 5

Not only are The Harcourt more than familiar with Scandi dining, they're coming up trumps in the looks department. From their cutesy garden space to their private dining areas, there's no shortage of beautiful places to kick back an relax with a gorgeous meal within. 

Zuaya

1 user review 4

Head to Kensington High Street where this stunning South American bar and restaurant offers gorgeous, foliage-laden interiors and some of the finest cocktails in West London. Head down for the drinks, but make sure you stick around to taste some of their delicious Spanish and Latin small plates.

Disrepute

11 user reviews 5

There's a whole lot of history with Disrepute; the Soho bar used to be the site of The Pinstripe Club - the setting of the Profumo affair. It's still pretty scandalous, with 1960s style interiors, lots of nooks and corners, and a killer cocktail list.

The Culpeper

2 user reviews 3

Home to one of London's most charming rooftop spaces, The Culpeper offers all the charms and quirks of a traditional East London pub with some seriously stylish interior decor. A hotel bar with an actual working 'farm' on its roof, it's a fabulous place to drink in the summer and winter months.

Seabird

2 user reviews 5

The Hoxton in Southwark is promising one gorgeous bar on its 14th floor. Head on over to Seabird and you'll find rooftop views, splashes of greenery and handmade scallop tiled tables, with a 'flavours of southern Europe' menu alongside biodynamic wines and innovative cocktails.