An ode to the artistic haunts of Provence and Italy, The Painter’s Room - located in the space that bridges Claridge’s celebrated ballroom and the Talking Heads Gallery by Artist in Residence David Downton - is a stylish, art deco hideaway, which has been reimagined by Bryan O’Sullivan - inspired by old photos from the archives in the 1930’s with a stunning creative installation by artist Annie Morris. The aesthetic pays tribute to the hotel’s Art Deco design heritage, with pale pink onyx featuring prominently. The bar, in this blush-coloured stone is the centrepiece, and is complemented by a feature skylight in peach and cream coloured glass. The drinks menu for The Painter’s Room - with a focus on cocktails - has been inspired by the culture, art and design of Europe served alongside seasonal bar bites.
Open Tuesday to Saturday, from 5pm.
Creative spirits and seasonal bites.
Cheese Puffs with paprika, blue cheese & cream cheese; beetroot tartare with pickled mustard seed & herbs and a croque monsieur with black truffle.
Almost a Bellini with Pineau Des Charentes, Château La Coste & peach and The Saint Remy - a variation on a martini - inspired by Van Gogh’s Almond Blossom with Belvedere Vodka, almond blossom & quince.