Corinthia Hotel London to Open Courtyard

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The Corinthia Hotel London will open its crescent-shaped courtyard this summer as a top spot in the city for outdoor drinks. Best of all: The courtyard has fireplaces at either end for when the evenings turn chilly.

The Courtyard has a full cocktail list including the Bloom Clover Club made with chamomile tincture and raspberry purée, the exotic rum-based Planters Punch and the sophisticated Vesper Martini. Cigars and other liqueurs are also available.

The traditional British afternoon tea can be taken in the Courtyard. Guests can sample sweet treats created by pastry chef Claire Clark and sandwiches created by Executive Head Chef Garry Hollihead. A special selection of teas from the bespoke Tea Palace menu are available, or guests can also unwind with a glass of Laurent-Perrier Champagne. 

The Corinthia Hotel London is located at Whitehall Place in London. For more information, visit www.corinthia.com/London.

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