Hidden away under the bustling streets of London’s most exclusive neighbourhood is Manetta’s Bar – a decadent and sophisticated hangout steeped in rich history and oozing with old school glamour.
Once a favourite hideaway for scholars of literature and the arts, the original 1930s bar, located in the basement of luxury boutique hotel Flemings Mayfair, has been revived, recapturing the surreptitious spirit of a place where spies may have swapped secrets, and where clandestine trysts took place. The iconic bar has stood the test of time in books such as Agatha Christie’s ‘At Bertram’s Hotel’ and within Sarah Helm’s ‘A Life in Secrets’, a real-life cloak-and-dagger tale of Vera Atkins, one of Britain’s premiere secret agents during World War II.
Quintessentially British, the 1930s-inspired bar boasts a dark and sultry colour palette of black upholstery, polished rose gold detailing and jewel red alongside soft velvet and supple leather exudes sophisticated opulence.
After exploring Down Street - Churchill's Secret Station, join us at Manetta's Bar for a special cocktail and sharing platter. Full Terms & Conditions can be found here.