Afternoon Tea lovers will be spoilt for choice in some of the best 5 star hotels in London.
Bermondsey is home to cosy pubs, street cafes and stylish riverside apartments.
Bloomsbury has strong literary links and a wide range of cultural and educational institutions.
Electric and eccentric, Camden ticks all the boxes for those looking for unique experiences.
Soak up the views of the soaring office buildings and pretty quays which are hidden from the main riverside.
Pastel coloured houses and floral displays adorn many shop and restaurant fronts.
A vibrant hub of shops, restaurants and of course, the famous Covent Garden Market.
Croydon is a popular residential area and is also a hub of commercial activity.
If you're looking for a taste of old London Town, Fitzrovia is just the place.
One of London’s Royal Boroughs, Greenwich is an expansive area stretching south from the River Thames.
Home to iconic music and entertainment venues such as the Hammersmith Apollo.
Check out afternoon tea venues in Harrow such as the amazing Chocolate Room.
Islington has long been considered one of London’s most popular areas for shopping, drinking and dining.
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is one of London's most fashionable quarters.
Dotted with garden squares, artisan food stalls and some incredible art installations.
Home to famous stores like Harrods, Harvey Nichols and flagship stores of fashion houses.
Just a few streets away from the bustling Oxford Street in central London.
Five star hotels, glitz and glamour, alongside amazing afternoon teas.
Home to the huge Paddington station and the inspiration for one of our favourite bears.
Whether it's bright lights, traditional cosy pubs or history you love, Piccadilly is perfect for you.
Shepherds Bush in West London has really come to the fore in recent years.
Adored by London's hip and trendy thanks to its fantastic concentration of cool bars and restaurants
Soho is rapidly becoming an area of fashionable restaurants, bars and shops.
South Bank stretches from Westminster Bridge in the west right over to Blackfriars Bridge in the east.
St James's hosts some of the most traditional and finest afternoon teas in London.
Afternoon tea is the perfect way to relax, offering a haven away from the fast paced modern world outside.
Victoria is a relatively small district of London named, unsurprisingly, after Queen Victoria.
Westminister is home to London's Houses of Parliament and world renowned Big Ben.