Life & Leisure
June 28, 2012
Watching the Olympics can be a long-winded affair and to assist in the process, London's Lanesborough Hotel is attracting guests with its civility and had crafted cocktails. Here's the most recent announcement:
The Lanesborough, ( London’s preeminent hotel, invites guests to enjoy its sophistication and calm environs while celebrating the essence of the Olympic spirit. With London buzzing and the Olympics percolating, elegant sporting aficionados can find refuge within the book lined walls of the renowned Library Bar, located within the Knightsbridge property.

Guests can sip a Gold Medal Martini, exclusively crafted and served throughout the season with a gold leaf rim. For those who prefer a more traditional beverage, the Library Bar also offers some of the finest cognacs available; including the world’s oldest cognac that dates back to 1770.

The Lanesborough’s infamous “Liquid History” collection has an extraordinary assemblage of rare cognacs, Armagnac and whiskies, which is bound to appeal to the hotel’s discerning clientele in need of a quiet respite.

The Lanesborough’s Bar Manager Giuseppe Ruo, will be on hand to match the finest cognacs with a mix of eclectic cigars, including rare pre-revolution Cuban sticks. Classic cocktails are also served; one can simply sit back and bask in the intimate atmosphere of the Library Bar. Such a visit is guaranteed to offer guests a relaxing evening in the midst of the bustling Olympics festivities.
Premiere drinking for a premiere event.
EYE ON THE ARTS, NY -- Celia Ipiotis

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