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The Montague on the Gardens


Last week, the lovely team at the Montague on the Gardens invited us to enjoy an evening of jazz music and cocktails in their Leopard Bar…


The Montague on the Gardens is our go to recommended hotel in the area; it is made up of Georgian Townhouses which have been knocked through to create a pet friendly boutique hotel located in the heart of Bloomsbury. Part of the Red Carnation Hotel collection, it has 88 individually designed guest rooms and 12 suites which are all designed by their founder and president, Bea Tollman. Each room has its very own personality and when the effort taken to design each one is clearly so apparent, it is great to experience that the service is just as good.

We started the evening in the Leopard Bar,  a gorgeous intimate space furnished with colonial South African pieces and decorated beautifully to match its name. We sampled the signature leopard cocktail, a creamy mix of vodka, Frangelico and amarula liquor and then took to the floors of the hotel to see a few of the beautiful bedrooms before enjoying some jazz music and canapes.

Great for bedrooms as well as smaller events, the Montague on the Gardens is a great place to get to know and the team are amongst the most welcoming we have ever come across. If you haven’t been to their beach bar, then you should definitely check it out this summer!

The hotel is one that we highly recommend and you can book here: https://www.montaguehotel.com/rooms-and-suites

Here are some pictures of a great evening.


Written by Hannah Anderson

Contact us on 020 7874 7020 or email events@bma.org.uk

BMA House, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9JP




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