THE STORY OF The Albany

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.

Combining the best in British pub hospitality with individuality, character and quirky charm, The Albany is located in the heart of London’s Fitzrovia district. Reflecting the civilised, relaxed vibe of its neighbourhood, The Albany provides a spot of urban tranquillity in the centre of the capital, whilst keeping the authenticity of a true British local at its heart.

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.