Afternoon Tea offers from Guoman Hotels

For clients seeking Afternoon Tea in the capital, the historical Guoman Hotels are offering a selection of options.

As examples, at The Royal Horseguards Hotel, Classic Afternoon Tea offers a traditional and contemporary selection of finger sandwiches, warm freshly baked fruit and plain scones, homemade fruit preserve with Cornish clotted cream, handmade cake and delicate pastries served with a glass of Taittinger and costs from £39. It is served daily from 13:00 to 18:00.

At The Tower Hotel, which offers views of Tower Bridge, a re-imagined traditional afternoon tea menu is offered to match British classics, along with some more exotic flavours. Guests can enjoy delicious sweet and savoury treats accompanied by signature teas or artisan coffees from around the world, freshly baked scones with homemade strawberry jam, pastries and macaroons. Prices are from £24.95 and Afternoon Tea is served daily between 12:00 and 17:00.

Alternatively, The Grosvenor Victorian Afternoon Tea, located in Victoria, offers a selection of handcrafted tea cakes, mini butter fruit scones with Devonshire clotted cream and jam and a selection of decadent cakes and pastries served with a glass of Champagne. Prices are from £29.50 and it is served daily between 12.00 and 18:00.

For further information or to book see guoman.com

 


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