The Signature Suite at The Hari
In times of Covid-19 restrictions, hotels have to come up with creative ways to ensure guests’ happiness when the 10pm curfew looms. The Hari’s solution? An ever-so-charming cocktail cart. Simply call reception from your suite, and up comes the wooden cocktail cart, manned by an expert mixologist. Your cocktail will be assembled at your suite’s door, straight from the cart. Go for The Haritini – it’s the signature cocktail and pays homage to the hotel’s founder, Aron Harilela.
The Hari bar lounge
Il Pampero serves hearty Italian cuisine (with notable influences from Southern Italy) in a charming and stylish setting. For an aperitif, order one of the signature cocktails — the recipes are inspired by the artwork that can be seen hanging on the restaurant’s walls. Dine on the cult classic, Caico e Pepe (handmade tagliolini with creamy pecorino cheese and pepper). The Garden Terrace is a little slice of heaven in the city: a sun-drenched spot in the summer and a cozy hideaway in winter thanks to the retractable roof. The vertical garden and twinkling lights give it a cool Secret Garden vibe, and it’s easy to spend a lazy afternoon here.
The decor at The Hari is exceptional. From fully-stacked libraries in the bar area to select modern art by Tracy Emin adorning the walls, the beauty is in all the little details. Some of the art works are available to purchase, and Charlie Smedley, managing director of A Space for Art, regularly changes the on-site collection. The library is also not just for show as guests are encouraged to borrow and donate books. In response to the lockdown measures of Covid-19, The Hari also has a wonderful artwork initiative to celebrate the graduating class of 2020 who were unable to present at degree shows due to lockdown. Partnering with London’s art schools, emerging artists were elected by their classmates and colleagues to present their work in the hotel.
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