Hotel Café Royal
When it comes to afternoon tea, sometimes the best you can do is be traditional. But in the classiest way possible – having sweet and savoury treats while listening to live piano playing. If you want relish yourself to the fullest, they have a special ‘Sweet Treats’ afternoon tea and spa offering. You can enjoy your afternoon tea with a glass of Champagne and a 90-minute aromatherapy facial or massage at Akasha Holistic Wellbeing.
For those of you who fancy something with a little twist – Farmacy offers a plant-based High Tea, which is free from dairy, refined sugars, additives and chemicals, gluten-free sandwiches. This Notting-Hill based hot spot is the first London restaurant to serve CBD infused in a welcome cocktail and home-made chocolates.
What is better than afternoon tea in London? We say afternoon tea with a breathtaking view of London from the 32ndfloor of The Shard. Enjoy a modern twist on traditional classics inspired by the different boroughs of London.
Afternoon tea cruise at The Glass Room
If you are looking for the most original way to have afternoon tea, we suggest you jump on Bateaux London’s clear-sided venue which will take you on a river cruise of sightseeing along the Houses of Parliament, Tower Bridge and London Eye. All of this while you are indulging in trying delicious scones, pastries and cakes accompanied by a live piano performance.
Palm Court at The Ritz
The Ritz is known to be one of London’s most iconic hotels. It is the best way to dive deep into British traditions. Moreover, if you have a sweet tooth, this is definitely the right place for your afternoon tea experience. The (unlimited) sandwiches which may appear rather simple are topped by amazing pastries and a dessert trolley for by-the-slice delights.