Recognised by the Tea Guild as one of Britain’s finest tea rooms, The Park Room and Library on London’s prestigious Park Lane promises an indulgent treat in the centre of the buzzing city. A sumptuous, decadent and, of utmost importance, comfortable setting, The Park Room and Library is decorated in traditional style but with a touch of typical Grosvenor Hotel contemporary charm. The traditional Afternoon Tea is taken to new, dizzying heights here at The Park Room, with a dazzling array of teas, wines and Champagnes served alongside wonderfully decadent selections of sandwiches, cakes and pastries. Even children are offered their own specially designed tea complete with Elderflower ‘bubbly’, making The Park Room and Library a treat for everybody.
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Park Room and Library at Grosvenor House
86-90 Park LaneLondonW1K 7TN
My very first afternoon tea experience in London was right here as we were staying in the hotel. While I'm not a fan of tea, I went along because my spouse wanted to, and champagne (my fave) was also included. Yay!
The decor reminds me of a Ritz Carlton dining room - classy, soft colors, nice silverware and place settings. We had a nice window table that overlooked the sidewalk...more
Anna's afternoon tea with champagne. Recommend.
Traditional afternoon tea.
Lots of sandwiches, cakes etc. Really nice though I would say that the pastries weren't two of each so you had to share. That's fine but how do you share a lemon posset?! Still it was very good.
There was too much food so we got our cake to go. As did every other table we saw!
Service was great and the ambience...more
When it comes to afternoon tea time, it is not only about the quality of food of drinks, it is also about the crowed, the atmosphere, the seating, the lighting, it is about the whole experience. Examples of places without the complete ingredients are a lot in London.
I wouldn't claim that this is the best, but it is one of the good ones.
Book in advance, especially in holidays season.more
I came here for afternoon tea last fall, and had one of the most memorable dining experiences of my life! I saw a promotion for their Downton Abbey tea online: the first person to make a reservation on a few specific days got the Downton tea for 2 for just £2.25 a person! Seeing as the regular tea costs £34.50, it was more than a steal, and I couldn't believe my luck when I was the first...more
From my first experience just sitting to a cup of tea before check-in while business meetings took place around me, to an afternoon tea with my parents, the Park Room and Library met and exceeded our expectations.
The staff is incredibly hospitable and quick, while allowing guests the leisure of enjoying their tea or other beverage, in a lovely room setting and with the great view of busy...more