The Promenade Bar at The Dorchester is an elegant lounge with pianist, beautiful sofas and palm trees around it for afternoon tea. The Dorchester is a well-known hotel itself anyway, so you can imagine how beautiful The Promenade bar would be for afternoon tea. All the afternoon tea menus are almost same everywhere, traditional afternoon tea and/with champagne. The Dorchester’s afternoon tea starts from £60.
Almost everyone knows about Sketch, if you’re someone who never heard of it then you need to check this place out. Sketch’s owner describes as “the painting that never dries” and also known for their beautiful bathroom which is a famous spot for photos. It is located in Mayfair. Sketch’s afternoon tea starts from £59 and children’s afternoon tea is £35.
The Ritz London
The Ritz probably serves the most charming afternoon tea in Piccadilly. The Palm Court is decorated with beautiful chandeliers and mirrors. The Ritz is the only hotel in the UK, which is certified by Tea Sommelier. The Ritz’s afternoon tea start from £57.
The Landmark London
The Landmark hotel’s afternoon tea is served in the spectacular Winter Garden. It is decorated with palm trees and has high ceiling, it’s one of the prettiest hotels in London. The Landmark’s afternoon tea starts from £45. They also provide halal chicken sandwich as well as non-alcoholic desserts upon request.
Ting is based in The Shard on the 35th floor. This means you’ll get a chance to see an amazing view of London while you enjoy an amazing afternoon tea. Ting British Summer Time afternoon tea starts from £52. As Ting is an Asian inspired restaurant, you have the choice of either the Traditional tea or Asian inspired afternoon tea.