Great menu design in a lovely tea room setting makes this a must visit.
Rosewood London’s Art Afternoon Tea is inspired by London's vibrant and energetic art scene.
One of the most popular themed afternoon teas in London.
Afternoon Tea in the Wellington Lounge at the InterContinental London Park Lane.
We love the Ham Yard Hotel! Fresh and vibrant interiors matched by a super afternoon tea.
The Winter Garden is both a stunning and unique environment to take afternoon tea.
The Rotunda Lounge at the Four Seasons London is a joy to behold.
Enjoy five star luxury at one of Mayfair's finest hotels.
The Palm Court Lounge at the Sheraton is an amazing place to take tea.
The Wallace Restaurant is located within the beautiful Wallace Collection gallery.
How good does combining afternoon tea with a London bus tour sound?
The Dilly is the perfect way to enjoy an afternoon on the capital.
An intimate Parisian-style brasserie overlooking Covent Garden piazza.
The glamourous Palm Court has played host to afternoon tea for over 150 years.
The Original Sweet Shop Afternoon Tea is sure to delight young and old alike.
The perfect example of a quintessential afternoon tea in London.
Afternoon Tea is held in the ultra stylish and modern Podium restaurant.
The attention to detail on the crockery alone is worth a visit.
Carnaby Street, Soho, London. Think uber-cool and one of THE places to be in London.
Enjoy this traditional English occasion overlooking the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace.
The new Victorian Lounge commemorates powerful women from the Victorian era.
Probably the most famous afternoon tea in London, Tea at The Ritz is not to be missed.
You'll be spoilt for views as you head to the Tower Hotel, being close to the Tower of London.
One of the most enjoyable and imaginative menus we have seen in London for years.
Enjoy afternoon tea at One Twenty One Two, based inside the Royal Horseguards Hotel.
Within walking distance of many of London's most renowned tourist destinations.
Lanes of London offers a Botanical Afternoon tea which takes influence from Hyde Park.
One of London's quirkiest afternoon teas, Mr Fogg's Gin Parlour in Covent Garden is an absolute joy.
We love the afternoon tea menu concept at Scoff & Banter on Oxford Street.
Mad Hatter's Afternoon Tea at Sanderson takes afternoon tea in London to a whole new dimension.
Since opening its doors in 1910, The Goring Hotel has been a symbol of refinery and elegance.
Experience a full afternoon tea only a few minutes walk from Buckingham Palace for only £20 a head.
A fabulous afternoon tea within easy walking distance of London's theatre district.
In the heart of the exclusive St James's area of London along the famous Jermyn Street.
Close to the Novello and Duchess Theatres in Covent Garden, you'll find Champagne + Fromage.
In London's leafy Bloomsbury you will find the delightful Montague on the Gardens.
Savour a selection of finely cut sandwiches, warm freshly baked scones and delicate pastries.
Nestled in the very centre of the piazza in London's vibrant Covent Garden.
Five star luxury and attention to detail all the way.
Whittard of Chelsea on the Piazza in Covent Garden has a charming tea room.
A very special celebration of our most loved English tradition.
Enjoy a traditional Afternoon Tea in this stylish setting.
Right in the heart of London just steps from Trafalgar Square.
Five star hotel elegance combined with real British tradition.
Five star afternoon tea in Mayfair. One of London's finest places to take tea.
In winter months, you can bask in the glory of the open fireplace whilst you sip Champagne.
Exceptional service awaits and a wholly enjoyable experience of London afternoon tea.
With Buckingham Palace just a short walk away, an ideal spot for a budget afternoon tea.
The Soho Hotel is perfectly located for pre-theatre afternoon tea in London.
Close to the British Museum and the hotel overlooks the beautiful Dickensian Woburn Walk.
Afternoon tea at the Great Court Restaurant inside the British Museum.
Experience afternoon tea in the light and airy Woburn Place Restaurant.
Afternoon Tea while cruising along the Thames. What a civilised way to pass the afternoon.
Afternoon Tea at the Chiswell Street Dining Rooms in the heart of the City of London.
The Academy is one of London's most charming hotels.
An enduring custom where guests can choose from a range of teas.
Hotel Café Royal claims to be the vibrant living room of London. And who can argue? Stunning.
The Sanctum Soho Hotel Afternoon Tea offers an afternoon tea with a difference.
Fortnum & Mason is one of the most popular tea rooms in London.
1901 Wine Lounge takes pride of place in the Andaz London Liverpool Street, a five star lifestyle hotel.
The Coral Room at the Bloomsbury Hotel is a welcome addition to the London afternoon tea scene.
Afternoon Tea takes place at Marco Pierre White's in the restaurant's stunning atrium, built in 1856.
Dalloway Terrace’s Spring installation is a joy to behold!
Housing one of the very best terraces in Mayfair, Hush is a gem of a restaurant.
The whole afternoon tea at the Mandeville Hotel really celebrates the best of British.
Ten Manchester Street Hotel offer an excellent afternoon tea in the heart of Marylebone.
First class food and presentation, a stunning setting and service like no other.
The Drawing Room echoes elegance and grace in homage to the hotel’s 18th century origins.
Charlotte Street Hotel is a chic place to have afternoon tea.