You can access ‘The Secret Bar’ directly from the hotel. ‘The Secret Bar’ is named so, as the bar was never really given a name when it first opened. A number of names have served the bar thus far including ‘The Bar With No Name’, ‘3 Fade Street’ and ‘The Snail Bar’. Suffice to say, since opening over a year ago, ‘The Secret Bar’ is anything but a secret. At weekends the bar is particularly busy, serving, artists, rock n rollas…and plethora of others besides. ‘The Secret Bar’ is famous for its mojitos, and at weekends serves up a mean brunch menu.
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