Afternoon Tea Awards 2016 - Winner Best Family Afternoon Tea
Offering the ultimate in British elegance, the Park Room brings a distinguished Afternoon Tea experience to the 5-star Grosvenor House Hotel. With a contemporary design, the newly opened Park Room offers a tranquil setting to relax away from busy London life.
Their Afternoon Tea is named after Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford who is understood to be responsible for starting the ritual of Afternoon Tea in the early 1800s.
With beautiful views overlooking the Royal Hyde Park, Park Room offers a seasonal twist on a traditional Afternoon Tea experience with delicate pastries hand crafted by Executive Pastry Chef, Dale DeSimone. A selection of Newby teas compliment the new Afternoon Tea alongside the option of a glass of Ruinart Champagne.
An eclectic cocktail menu sets the scene for a classy evening in the Park Room, with cocktails inspired by the Park Room's close proximity to Hyde Park, infusing natural botanicals and tea themed cocktails paired with gin and Champagne.
Alongside traditional, champagne and gin-inspired treats, the Park Room in London offers a gluten free tea, and children's miniature tea complete with cuddly Grover mascot toy to take home.
Since opening its doors in 1929, this serene retreat has been frequented by royalty, celebrities and business leaders. Marble Arch Tube Station is a 6-minute walk away.
Afternoon Tea is served 12:30pm to 6pm every day
Booking is essential
Host / Hostess
The Park Room and Library
Children's Afternoon Tea available
Pianist plays daily from 2pm to 6pm
All major credit cards accepted
Guide dogs only
Afternoon Tea Awards 2016 - Best Family Friendly Afternoon Tea