Very nice interior. Victorian aged with everything authentic. Cubicles around the bar. Nice glass, ceiling, walls, even the toilets. Selection focused on Sam Smith’s. The beer might not be too exciting, but it is solid. What really makes this pub worth a visit is the interior.
The Princess Louise is stunning. It’s a traditional, unspoilt city pub with superb architecture, cubicles, etched glass and original tiling. Not to be missed, although beer-wise it serves mainly (only?) Sam Smith’s.
(Visited 10 August 2014).
Visited several times and WOUW what a place... The deco is amazing, it is difficult to stop looking on all the lovely detail, to order a beer. Being a Samuel Smith, the beer range are their beers, both on tap and bottle. They do traditionel pub menu but didn´t eat this time, but will be back another time. Friendly staff, not a beer geek place, but for sure a nice, cosy pub to visit, if you are in this area :-)..
An absolute stunning heritage bar, full of glass, till and old wood. Service was pretty goo, but prices are a bit on the high side. This is owned by Samual Smith, so only their beers are available. Well worth a peek.
A truly magnificent pub that is clearly unchanged from the giddy heights of the pub day. Ornate, complex and beautiful. For once forget about the beer and step in to this pub from a time gone past.And if you are needing some Sam Smiths ticks... double win. Just exquisite!
If you’re interested in pub interiors design and etc. This is a MUST extremely grand and ornate interior. Very cosy place with separate booths which apparently served to keep the different classes of people drinking in the pub separate. Selection is not amazing since it’s a sam smiths pub, but they are very good value for money! Must visit pub!
Very ornate interior in this Sam Smiths pub near Holborn. Typical Sam Smiths range, prices were OK. Has more space upstairs. Worth a visit.
jjsint (578) Cambridge, England | August 5, 2013| Updated December 4, 2015
Maze of a pub. Ornate windows and multiple nooks keep alive the Victorian feel. Wish the beer was better than just OK, but at least with Sam Smith’s there will be some tasty (albeit expensive) bottled options.