Guide to Afternoon Tea in Knightsbridge

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One of the most exclusive and expensive areas of London, Knightsbridge has long been associated with wealth and affluence.

One of the most exclusive and expensive areas of London, Knightsbridge has long been associated with wealth and affluence. Dominating the area is the world famous department store Harrods, attracting a mix of curious tourists and well-heeled customers to Knightsbridge whilst Harvey Nichols and Peter Jones come in a close second and third.

Many of the world’s most prominent fashion designers have also opened flagship store in Knightsbridge including iconic shoe designers Manolo Blahnik and Jimmy Choo and Italian fashion giant Prada. The Victoria & Albert Museum is also found within the borders of Knightsbridge.

Knightsbridge sits just south of Hyde Park with its beautiful wide open green spaces and impressive Serpentine Lake and is also incredibly close to Buckingham Palace. The area is home to an abundance of ultra-luxurious hotels and restaurants, and is a veritable paradise for afternoon tea. Some of the finest afternoon teas in London are served in Knightsbridge, many of them offered within the areas’ top hotels.

The stunning Mandarin Oriental London is home to the two Michelin starred restaurant Dinner by Heston Blumenthal and also offers a divine afternoon tea from its beautifully chic Rosebery Lounge. The Fashionista Tea at The Berkeley, a brilliantly designed afternoon tea is very much sought after as is the fabulous afternoon tea offering at the five star hotel The Wellesley. The stylish and contemporary Bulgari Hotel & Residences serves a modern take on the classic British afternoon tea whilst the Michelin starred restaurant Ametsa at The Halkin has created an incredible Spanish themes afternoon tea complete with savoury tapas and Iberian desserts.

Afternoon tea at Harrods is served in the exquisite Georgian Restaurant and is one of the most popular afternoon teas in London, oozing opulence and luxury. Indulge in one of the most luxurious afternoon tea experiences in the capital after a busy morning shopping in one of the most iconic and exclusive department stores in the world. Harvey Nichols also offers a superb afternoon tea from its chic Fifth Floor Restaurant.

Knightsbridge is one of the top destinations in London for afternoon tea, offering a wide range of luxurious tea options, all befitting of their prestigious London location.

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