Gracing the banks of the River Thames, The Royal Horseguards began life as the National Liberal Club, offering its members a sanctuary from the rough-and-tumble of Westminster politics. Designed by Alfred Waterhouse, whose architectural legacy in London includes the Natural History Museum, it played host to some of Britain's greatest writers, thinkers and political leaders: the foundation stone in the cellars was laid by William Gladstone, one of five Club members who went on to serve as Prime Minister.
More than 120 years on, this magnificent 5 star hotel near Charing Cross, Trafalgar Square, The Strand and Covent Garden, has been restored to its full Victorian splendour offering a warm, welcoming and relaxing haven in the very heart of London.
The hotel has a delightful outdoor Terrace that
provides a secluded haven to enjoy Afternoon
Tea, views over the River Thames and landmarks including
the London Eye, with the Victorian hotel's exterior providing
a stunning backdrop. This hotel has been awarded
'The Tea Guild special Award of Excellence 2013' in recognition of
its outstanding quality and consistently high standards in
Afternoon Tea service.
Afternoon Tea is served 1pm to 6pm every day
Booking is essential
OneTwentyOneTwo Lounge or Terrace
Children of all ages welcome
No live music
All major credit cards accepted
Guide dogs only
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