Refined Relaxation at the Cigar Terrace. Step into No Ten Hotel’s Cigar Terrace in Marylebone for a premium smoking experience. Set amidst the charm of 10 Manchester Street, this venue is conveniently close to central transport links. It’s the perfect urban escape for both seasoned and novice enthusiasts.
Tailored Terrace Timings, The Cigar Terrace warmly welcomes guests with flexible hours. Open from 4 pm to 9 pm on Monday and Tuesday and extending its hospitality from 12:30 pm to 9 pm from Wednesday to Sunday. Adherence to a smart casual dress code is appreciated, enhancing the upscale ambience of the terrace. A minimum spend of £35 per person is kindly requested for a 2-hour sojourn, with hotel guests exempted from this arrangement.
Dedicated Services for Discerning Guests. The experienced team at No Ten Hotel Cigar Lounge takes pride in offering bespoke services including selection, cutting, and lighting of cigars. These personalized touches ensure a distinguished experience for every guest, every time they visit.
Cigar Shop & Sampling Room Hours. The dedication to cigar culture extends to the Cigar Shop & Sampling Room, welcoming guests from 4 pm to 1 am on Monday and Tuesday, and from the earlier time of 12:30 pm to 1 am from Wednesday to Sunday. The smart casual dress code remains consistent here, as does the minimum spend policy, ensuring a harmonious experience. Indulgence is at the heart of the Sampling Room, which invites patrons to taste the cigars purchased from No Ten’s exquisite collection.
The Essence of Cigar Culture. No Ten Hotel’s Cigar Lounge & Terrace is not merely a place but a testament to the luxury of time well spent. With no need for reservations, it invites one to partake in a memorable experience that defines the essence of London’s cigar culture. Every moment spent here promises to be as fulfilling as the fine Havana cigars on offer.
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