The notion that 5pm is teatime in the UK really exists. We’re not just talking boiling water and a teabag either. Brits certainly know the etiquette when it comes to tea and cake, giving us a run for our money.  


Claridges ​

With 150 years of teatime under their belt, Claridges has perfected the art of afternoon tea. The elegant backdrop and fine china place settings will make for a special and indulgent hour.  


Sketch ​

A few smaller themed bars surround a central tea room full of plush scalloped chairs and dusty pink hues. The eccentric interior and humorous art pieces makes for a unique afternoon tea experience and Insta-worthy shot! 


Ritz Carlton ​

Served in the hotels show-stopping Palm Court, the traditional menu and regal glass-ceiling venue attract teatimers from around the world.  


Berkeley Hotel ​

Undoubtedly the most stylish tea in town where all the local bloggers can be seen. Pret-a-Portea at the Berkeley hotel serves fashion-themed delicacies featured in their menu that changes every 6 months in order to reflect the trends of the season.   


Browns Hotel

Favoured by queen Victoria, (really!) Tea at Brown’s famed wood-panelled English tea room is nothing short of extravagant! Take a seat by the fireplace and indulge in all of the traditional british teatime delicacies.  


Wyld tea ​

A botanical take on afternoon tea, complete with a four course tea menu, retro cakes and a cocktail list to complement.  

Rosewood  ​

An elegant yet contemporary venue with an artistic take on traditional teatime. Surrounded by mirrors, you and your friends can selfie until your heart’s content. Enjoy the five star service of the Rosewood Hotel staff within their tea room.



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