Harvey Nichols reopens recently refurbished Knightsbridge Bar

Luxury department store Harvey Nichols has opened the doors to its newly refurbished Fifth Floor Bar, complete with a redesign and a revamped drinks and cocktail list.

Following a three week renovation, the Knightsbridge Bar features a new design concept to offer customers a space to relax in a “sophisticated setting”.

Harvey Nichols worked closely with interior design agency Keane Clarkson to introduce a new colour scheme that elevates the traditional monochrome palette that has always been synonymous with the brand. The interior features rich earthy tones and muted shades of pink and grey, with metallic, soft suede and modern raw steel furnishings.

To embrace the brands heritage of champagne, cocktails, glamour and fun, bar manager Sophie Bratt has curated a selection of classic, non-alcoholic and London-inspired cocktails, championing seasonal ingredients and premium alcohols from all over the world.

An exclusive Champagne Flight has been created to celebrate the launch of the Knightsbridge Bar that offers; Moët Brut Imperial, Moët Rose and Dom Perignon. The drinks list also sees an update with new wines and craft beers added to the menu, alongside a selection of bar snacks and light bites.

Simon Youden, general manager at Harvey Nichols Knightsbridge, said: “We are thrilled to open the doors to our Fifth Floor Bar in our flagship store.

“Following the closure of the bar back in June, we have been working tirelessly to ensure the highest standards of work went into the refurbishment.

“In a world where everything is a click away, the future of luxury retail is about elevating the overall in-store experience. We believe we have created just that – a beautiful destination that offers a tranquil setting for our customers to enjoy.”

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