5 Best Afternoon Teas for Kids in London
Whether you are a Londoner or visiting London for the weekend, experiencing the famous ‘afternoon tea’ is something that you need to try once in your lifetime. But are there any places where bringing kids to the venue won’t be a problem?
So BabyBreaks has done the research for you and found 5 afternoon teas for kids to try in 5 different London hotels. Are you ready to go through the list and enjoy the sweet and savoury delicatessen these hotels have prepared for you?
1. The Langham
Price: Children’s Afternoon Tea at Palm Court costs £29.50 for guests aged 12 and under. Langham Afternoon Tea with Wedgewood for Adults is available for £55 per person
Tea Times: every day between 12.00pm – 5.30pm
Phone: 020 7636 1000
2. The Chesterfield Mayfair
Mayfair is known to be one of the most expensive district of London so no wonder why so many 5* hotels have taken residence there as well. The Chesterfield hotel is an old lady that kept traditions decades after decades. One of them is of course the Afternoon Tea inspired by the famous sweetshop Hardys. Your kids will love discovering new sweets but also devour finder sandwiches, homemade scones and many more pastries. A great place to relax after maybe a nice walk in Green Park with the children for instance. A most favorite Children’s Afternoon Tea in London among locals for sure. Have you spotted the candy trolley as well?
Price: Afternoon Tea from £40.00 per person and Kids Afternoon Tea from £21.50 per child under 12 years old
Tea Times: everyday between 12:30pm – 5:30pm
Phone: 020 7491 2622
3. Sanderson Hotel
If you like contemporary hotels, Sanderson is a great place to be not too far from Tottenham Court Road or Oxford Circus. The hotel hosts a great child-friendly Mad Hatters Afternoon Tea that will remind you of the crazy world of Alice in Wonderland. Your children will be intrigued by the menu. They will love savoury food such as Smoked Salmon Scotch Quails Egg with Caviar. And if they have a sweet tooth for great desserts, your kids will have to try the Mad March Hare Vanilla Pocket Watch Macaroon.
Price: Mad Hatters Afternoon Tea is served daily in The Restaurant at Sanderson. Mad Hatters Afternoon Tea is priced from £48 per person and £35 per child (for children 4-11 years old).
Please note that on celebratory days and bank holidays, Mad Hatters Afternoon Tea is priced from £58 per person for special packages
Tea Times: Monday – Saturday between 12.30pm and 4.00pm and Sunday between 1.00pm until 5.00pm
Phone: 020 7300 1400
4. JW Marriott Grosvenor House
Grosvenor House is very famous in London as it was built in 1929 on the location of the former residence of the Duke of Westminster. This hotel part of the Marriott group serves at the Park Room a traditional kids-friendly afternoon tea with Victoria cupcakes, sandwiches, sweets and of course a choice of hot beverages or fresh fruit juice. If you are looking for a traditional luxury hotel to take your afternoon tea with your children, this is the probably the right choice.
Price: Grover’s Children’s Tea is priced at £25.00 per child and Grosvenor House
Celebration Afternoon Tea priced at £42.50 per adult
Tea Times: call the hotel
Phone: 020 7499 6363
5. St Ermin’s Hotel
After a nice walk alongside the Thames River to check out Big Ben or maybe a pause at St James’s Park watching swans, ducks and squirrels, you and your little ones would probably enjoy a break at St Ermin’s Hotel where you will be spoilt with a Mini Gardener Afternoon Tea. This is not a traditional afternoon tea but the team behind the hotel would make sure your kids become green fingers. Your children will even take home a special herb garden growing pack. An educative children’s afternoon tea to discover in London, especially in Spring. No wonder why this place is among the favourite venue for family afternoon teas.
Price: Mini Gardener Tea is priced at £18 per child and Garden Afternoon Tea is priced at £30 per adult
Tea Times: Mini Gardener Afternoon Tea is served in St. Ermin’s Tea Lounge every weekend and during the school holidays between 12 noon and 6pm
Phone: 020 7222 7888
So now the choice is yours to decide which of these afternoon teas for kids in London will you try next weekend.
If you would rather skip the afternoon tea for now, you might be interested to check our family friendly restaurants in London and enjoy great quality time with your kids.
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