Rich in history, The Albany was originally named after the Piccadilly apartments that have provided a secretive refuge for some of London’s elite for more than 200 years - Lord Byron and Aldous Huxley were amongst its residents, as well as politicians, film stars and artists.    

Dog-friendly with traditional wood-panelled bar and leather upholstery, The Albany is conveniently located next to Great Portland Street station, on the edge of one of the capital’s most famous Royal Parks – Regent’s Park – the largest grass area for sports in central London and host to the London Zoo, a boating lake and open air theatre.