One of the most enjoyable English traditions is Afternoon Tea. There are few treats more relaxing and luxurious for the body and soul than sitting down in the afternoon as the light begins to wane and helping yourself to a hearty afternoon tea. It is the perfect way to just put all your worries out of your mind and distress for an hour or so of good food and exquisite tea. It is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon while holidaying in London; simultaneously relaxing and suitably English. So be sure, while visiting this great city, to book yourself an Afternoon Tea Treat at the Park Grand London ; available complimentary to one lucky winner.
Traditional Afternoon Tea
The elegant style and class of the Traditional Afternoon Tea is what has made it such a long running and beloved ritual. Scones with mounds of cream and jam, custard tarts, finger sandwiches of many delicious flavours, macaroons, tarts, and of course, pots of steaming hot tea. It is a truly mouth-watering meal, with enough food to keep you full for hours afterwards; an excellent way to spend an afternoon.
Chocolate Afternoon Tea
For the perfect date, consider the Chocolate Afternoon Tea. If you fancy indulging your sweet tooth then this is the option for you. There are chocolate scones and muffins, Swiss rolls, banana and walnut cake, a few savoury sandwiches for balance, and of course an abundance of delicious teas to choosefrom. For a delicious helping of cakes that you won’t forget, try the Chocolate Afternoon Tea.
Champagne Afternoon Tea
The most classic form of indulgence the English afternoon tea can offer is the Champagne Afternoon Tea. You get all the delicious provisions of the Traditional Afternoon Tea, plus a glass of excellent champagne each. If you want to celebrate a special occasion, or simply enjoy indulging in the finer things in life, the Champagne Afternoon Tea is the perfect option for you.
The traditional English Afternoon Tea involves a lot more food than the name might suggest. After a hearty meal like that, it is an excellent idea to go for a long walk and let the food settle within you. Luckily the Park Grand Lancaster Gate is situated a few blocks away from Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, and Regents Park; three of the most beautiful parks in London. It is the perfect place to take a relaxing walk on a full belly.
Getting to the Park Grand London for your delicious Traditional Afternoon Tea is quite easy as the hotel is only a short walk from one of the main transport hubs in London. Paddington Station and Lancaster Gate Tube Station provide access to the rail networks both within London and out towards Heathrow and the rest of the country. You might find a Traditional Afternoon Tea the perfect way to refresh yourself after a long flight. There are also a large number of busses running through the area that will connect you to everywhere you could need to go.