EUROPE’S FINEST

One of the best ways to unwind after sightseeing is over a pint or an expertly crafted cocktail, trading tales of the day’s adventures at these hotel bars.

EUROPE’S FINEST

One of the best ways to unwind after sightseeing is over a pint or an expertly crafted cocktail, trading tales of the day’s adventures at these hotel bars.

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A LONDON  CLASSIC 

Elegant and cool, the Connaught Bar in The Connaught hotel has garnered acclaim for its reinvented classic cocktail recipes. Located in the elegant Mayfair village, the bar evokes English and Irish Cubist art of the 1920s, with a touch of timeless elegance and has been named the World’s Best Bar by The World’s 50 Best Bars. Unwind in the stylish bar, where chic furniture is paired with lavish decoration and oversized windows offer a glimpse into the London cityscape. There are always new and unexpected creations to explore on the menu.

THE  EPITOME  OF PARIS

Once the home of Prince Roland Bonaparte, the sumptuous Shangri-La Hotel Paris evokes a classic Parisian feel. Simple, yet elegant, Le Bar Botaniste exudes a royal air with a chandelier and artwork decorating the pinstriped walls. The space honors the prince’s cherished pastime, botany, by creating cocktails with rare botanical spirits. Sample a drink like the Olea, a cocktail infused with flowers from Provence, gin and honey, and soak up the equally sophisticated surroundings.

A  ROYAL  RETREAT

Be treated like a king or queen at the verdant 450-acre estate of Dromoland Castle in County Clare, Ireland. This stunning castle was once the ancestral home of the O’Briens of Dromoland, a royal linage that dates back 1,000 years to Brian Boru — one of the last High Kings of Ireland. Explore the estate with a picnic lunch, packed just for you complete with a bottle of champagne, or try O’Brien’s Secret, one of the signature cocktails at the cozy Cocktail Bar.

A  TASTE  OF HISTORY

The d’Angleterre hotel was established in 1755 and has a reputation for elegance, luxury and prestige. This historic Copenhagen hotel offers a champagne bar and Michelin-starred Marchal restaurant. Named for a 12-liter bottle of champagne, Balthazar Champagne Bar is the first of its kind in Copenhagen and reinforces the legacy of d’Angleterre with an extensive selection of champagne from more than 42 different houses. Sit back and soak up the unique ambiance of the Balthazar Champagne Bar.

A STUDY IN SWISS  ELEGANCE 

The 174-year-old Baur au Lac in Zurich is one of the world’s oldest luxury properties still in the ownership of its founding family. The regal hotel has housed royalty and celebrities, and was also where Baroness Bertha von Suttner suggested to Alfred Nobel the need for an international peace prize in 1892. Rive Gauche continues this exceptional heritage while seamlessly blending a contemporary vibe.

A  HAUTE  HOTEL

Hotel Arts Barcelona is one of the most iconic sights in Barcelona for its cutting-edge architecture. The property boasts sweeping views of the Mediterranean and a unique perspective of renowned architect Frank Gehry’s golden fish — a symbol from the 1992 Olympics. Creativity continues to pour through in P41 Bar and Coctelarium, one of the unique bar and restaurant concepts in Hotel Arts. P41 embodies the futuristic design of the hotel by incorporating innovative cocktail tables and furniture.

A LONDON  CLASSIC 

Elegant and cool, the Connaught Bar in The Connaught hotel has garnered acclaim for its reinvented classic cocktail recipes. Located in the elegant Mayfair village, the bar evokes English and Irish Cubist art of the 1920s, with a touch of timeless elegance and has been named the World’s Best Bar by The World’s 50 Best Bars. Unwind in the stylish bar, where chic furniture is paired with lavish decoration and oversized windows offer a glimpse into the London cityscape. There are always new and unexpected creations to explore on the menu.

THE  EPITOME  OF PARIS

Once the home of Prince Roland Bonaparte, the sumptuous Shangri-La Hotel Paris evokes a classic Parisian feel. Simple, yet elegant, Le Bar Botaniste exudes a royal air with a chandelier and artwork decorating the pinstriped walls. The space honors the prince’s cherished pastime, botany, by creating cocktails with rare botanical spirits. Sample a drink like the Olea, a cocktail infused with flowers from Provence, gin and honey, and soak up the equally sophisticated surroundings.

A  ROYAL  RETREAT

Be treated like a king or queen at the verdant 450-acre estate of Dromoland Castle in County Clare, Ireland. This stunning castle was once the ancestral home of the O’Briens of Dromoland, a royal linage that dates back 1,000 years to Brian Boru — one of the last High Kings of Ireland. Explore the estate with a picnic lunch, packed just for you complete with a bottle of champagne, or try O’Brien’s Secret, one of the signature cocktails at the cozy Cocktail Bar.

A STUDY IN SWISS  ELEGANCE 

The 174-year-old Baur au Lac in Zurich is one of the world’s oldest luxury properties still in the ownership of its founding family. The regal hotel has housed royalty and celebrities, and was also where Baroness Bertha von Suttner suggested to Alfred Nobel the need for an international peace prize in 1892. Rive Gauche continues this exceptional heritage while seamlessly blending a contemporary vibe.

A  TASTE  OF HISTORY

The d’Angleterre hotel was established in 1755 and has a reputation for elegance, luxury and prestige. This historic Copenhagen hotel offers a champagne bar and Michelin-starred Marchal restaurant. Named for a 12-liter bottle of champagne, Balthazar Champagne Bar is the first of its kind in Copenhagen and reinforces the legacy of d’Angleterre with an extensive selection of champagne from more than 42 different houses. Sit back and soak up the unique ambiance of the Balthazar Champagne Bar.

A  HAUTE  HOTEL

Hotel Arts Barcelona is one of the most iconic sights in Barcelona for its cutting-edge architecture. The property boasts sweeping views of the Mediterranean and a unique perspective of renowned architect Frank Gehry’s golden fish — a symbol from the 1992 Olympics. Creativity continues to pour through in P41 Bar and Coctelarium, one of the unique bar and restaurant concepts in Hotel Arts. P41 embodies the futuristic design of the hotel by incorporating innovative cocktail tables and furniture.