Champagne Bar St Pancras
Posted by Ruth Miller on Wed 14th November 2007 at 10:53 AM, Filed in Travel News
For those tourists visiting London for the first time, the newly opened St Pancreas station is surely going to be a place to visit. Whether it be for a hop over the channel or just to marvel in awe at this Victorian marvel of architecture and engineering.
As an added bonus, lucky tourists ambling to this newly refurbished structure will be able to sip bubbly with the best of them at the longest champagne bar in europe.
Searcy and St Pancras are in partnership and say:
“An important London Landmark needs a unique London feature, and on the upper level where Eurostar departs sits just that - Europe’s longest champagne bar. At over 90 metres no other bar comes close.
It will be unveiled on 14 November 2007 when St Pancras International relaunches its revitalised terminal and welcomes the first Eurostar train. The breathtaking, panoramic view of the entire terminal will be on show from each seat at The Champagne Bar. Whether awaiting a train departure, or merely meeting friends or business colleagues for a drink, the bar is set to become one of London’s favoured landmark sites.”
The range of Champagnes looks to be pretty impressive, with up to 60 bins, ranging from £39.95 ($80) to £2,500 ($5,000), including 10 available by the glass, starting at £7.50 ($15).
The Champagne Bar will be open from 10am until midnight daily.
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