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The 5 Most Interesting Places to Take Your Afternoon Tea in London

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Staying at home all the time can become very tiresome after a while. You need to change the scenery every once in a while, and that does not require changing your habits. If you are used to having a nice cup of afternoon tea every day after a bit of house cleaning, then so be it. But instead of staying at home for that tea, why not visit one of many places which London can offer? You have such a variety of choices of places to spend an afternoon in, that it seems like a waste to just stay shut. Here is a list of some of those places.


1. Brown’s Hotel
If you want to feel like you are in a domestic environment, yet not in your own home, then you should definitely visit Brown’s Hotel. You will rarely see such a sophisticated place that embodies everything that Londoners represent – high class, stiff upper lip, and a cult following of the British tradition of the afternoon tea. Sit back and relax in the comfortable armchairs and sip the delicious tea made by the best tea brewers, while you are listening to soft piano music in the background that will never interfere with your thought process.

afternoon tea

2. The Ritz
You know the Ritz. Of course you do, everybody does. What everybody refuses to believe is that you should try its luxury at least once in your lifetime. With the first step inside you can be shamed of the quality of your carpet cleaning as you step in one of the cleanest rooms you have been in. You can have your afternoon tea in the comfort or a magnificent environment, tended to by friendly waiters, surrounded by London’s highlife and glamour.

The Ritz

3. The Landmark London
If you want to take a sip of tea surrounded by glamour and luxury, then the Landmark London is the place to visit. This five-star London hotel offers a classical London feeling – a truly Victorian era environment and fifteen different afternoon tea options. You can sit back in the amazing winter garden with an eight-storey-high ceiling of glass and Victorian cast iron and admire the English high class served by one of the best staff in the world. You can rest assured that an experience like the one in this hotel is very unlikely to be repeated anywhere else.


4. Claridge’s
For some of the best tea selection in London, you need to visit Claridge’s. Here you will be astounded by the beauty of the place the very moment you walk through the revolving door, and will learn the true meaning of the word ‘elegant’. You can enjoy live music that plays in the background, or have a pleasant conversation with a friend as you sit, attended to by an amazing staff. Pick from 30 types of tea and enjoy the heavenly pastries, sweets, and treats offered along with it.

table with cakes

5. The Goring
The Goring is the place where the afternoon tea is made to feel special. Right after you enter either the fabulous Lounge, or, if the availability does not allow it, you go out on the Goring Terrace with the amazing view over the private garden, you are attended to by the incredible staff that define courtesy itself, you may pick a seat among the variety of seating options, and then take your pick among the numerous tea options on offer. There is a cake stand with lovely pastries to go with the tea, and an amazing kitchen if you get hungry.

tea and pastries

London can provide you with the best options for your afternoon tea in the whole world. You can witness England’s high class and observe the magnificence of the environment of some of the most amazing and interesting expensive venues the city offers.

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