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What's OnFirmdale Art Walks at Haymarket Hotel

Temporarily closed - Uncover an art aficionados dream with an art walking tour including a three-course lunch menu or afternoon tea in the beautiful Brumus Bar and Restaurant.
  • Dates 28/03/2020 - 28/03/2020
  • Location Haymarket Hotel, 1 Suffolk Place, SW1Y 4HX
  • Price ££££
Discover Firmdale Art Walks at Haymarket Hotel, running on Saturday 28th March 2020.Offering a guided tour of the personally picked art collection of Kit Kemp, Creative Director of all Firmdale Hotels, and an intimate walking tour through some of Mayfair and St James’s most prestigious galleries, it’s every art aficionados dream. Ending back at the Haymarket Hotel, guests can enjoy a delicious three-course set lunch menu or afternoon tea in the beautiful Brumus Bar and Restaurant.Hotel artworks include Sir Tony Cragg’s fluid stainless steel sculpture, a striking monochrome painting by the artist, John Virtue, plus a 22-foot-long installation of tiny stones by Sue Lawty in the hotel's lobby.What’s more, explore downstairs in the impressive pool area to see a spectacular lighting scheme that uses strong contrasts of light and shadow and an ever-changing colourful light installation by Martin Richman.Tickets cost £110 per person, including the walking tour (duration approx. 2.5 hours) and three-course lunch or afternoon tea.Reserve your tickets online here. Or, for further information further information, please use the following details:T: +44 020 7470 4007E:*Please note, each walking tour operates with a minimum of six and a maximum of 12 guests.

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