Absolut Ice Bar (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... bar. I double checked all the information and decided to print the e-mail off to take with me just in case as there was a booking number on the e-mail. At least if I had it with me I could show them the e-mail if there were any problems. Drinks Menu = = = = = = With your visit you get your first drink for free and you can then purchase additional drinks for around £6.50. You can purchase Non Alcoholic refills for £3.00 and you also have the choice to purchase a new Ice Glass for £4.00. Some of the alcoholic drinks include the following: * Gin - Galactic Frontiers, Solar Flare. * Rum - Ice bar Mojito, Voyager. * Bourbon - Curiosity, The ... more
Customer Absolut Ice Bar (London) Reviews (7)
by - written on 29/04/13 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Why the Ice Bar? = = = = = = = = My boyfriend's 30th birthday was coming up and I knew he wanted to go to the Ice Bar at some point. Our mission this year was to go to as many places as we could to visit and although it's the end of April already we haven't really had the chance to visit many places. As a birthday present, I decided that I would take my boyfriend to London for the day where we would go somewhere for a meal and then go to the Ice Bar so we could both experience what it was like here. Some of my friends have been to the Ice Bar and I love the look of it and as we both booked a day off work I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/12 (Very useful, 91 readings)
LOCATION 31-33 Heddon Street London W1B 4BN I didn't find this bar at all easy to find, the nearest underground stations are Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus. We only found it with the help of some kind of mobile phone map application. Asking locals and street vendors nobody had heard of Heddon Street. It's a small street that you would easily walk past which is off Regents Street so leave yourself with a little spare time if you are not familiar with the area, or use a map. COST We visited on a Saturday, which costs £16. Booking in advance for any other day would cost £12.50. This price includes your first drink in the ice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/11 (Very useful, 103 readings)
On a trip to London to see some friends, I decided to take them to the Absolut Ice Bar - a bar that is largely made of ice! (situated at 31-33 Heddon Street, Mayfair). I pre-booked tickets at £12.50 per person, (I would recommend booking as it was very busy when we got there, and it costs more to pay on the door). For the price you get about 20 mins inside the ice bar and a free drink. My experience When we got there we got a very pleasant reception, and once our names were ticked off the guestlist (how vip!), we were ushered into the hall area and provided with big blue anoraks that had white fluffy hoods to keep us warm! We had to wait ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/10 (Very useful, 208 readings)
Well the mrs was coming to her special 21st birthday (still don't know why it's special) and naturally she wanted to celebrate it but she didnt want to go to the usual club stuff and so wanted something more mature yet fun. So off we went on google and made a list of possible venues and after searching for what seemed like her 21st had passed we got a list made. So far the search was crap, all the ones we found werent up to her standard but we found 2 that were. One was a shisha restaurant, had a very nice moroccan feel to it with all the pillows and furniture and the next was the Absolut Ice Bar. So off we went to Heddon Street (thankfully both were right ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Absolut Ice Bar in London is one of the 'cool' (literally!) things to do, and I am glad I did. I pre booked my visit online about 3 weeks in advance, at http://www.belowzerolondon.com/absolut-icebar-london/ and the process was very easy to follow. I paid £15 each for a 40 minute slot at 9.30pm on a Saturday night. The price includes entry and hire of coat and gloves, plus your first Absolut vodka cocktail in an ice glass. Although this may seem quite steep, I thought that compared to how much you would/could pay for a drink, say a cocktail, at any other London bar then this would be worth the money since it is an overall experience too. After a day ... Read the complete review
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