At the end of March every year, the last sunday of the month is embraced by Mother’s day revellers the world over. This day may not be a religious celebration or one which commemorates an historic event, but instead is a celebration of all things mum. We celebrate this day gladly and enthusiastically, all sons and daughters understanding the sheer work their parents have put into their upbringing. And what better city to enjoy Mother’s day in than London? With the thousands of square miles of history, entertainment and culture, you’ll be spoilt for choice when treating your mum. Below are just a few tips for making the most of this special day, you can never be short of activities when staying in London.
Deals at the Park Grand Lancaster Gate
Many hotels across the city will be capitalising on mother’s day. Whether you’re lucky enough to be travelling with her during the last weekend of March or you have decided to treat yourselves to a weekend away, the Mother’s day packages at accommodation like the Park Grand Lancaster Gate Hotel are all inclusive hotel deals which will give your day that extra something.
The deal at the Lancaster Gate Hotel brings free breakfast, WIFI and one of the famous Park Grand prosecco afternoon tea sessions, bringing you the perfect way to tie up your two night stay.
London restaurants for Mother’s Day
There’s nothing quite like a Mother’s day feast to treat your parent. This is especially true when staying at the Park Grand and being faced by the many tempting Lancaster Gate restaurants scattered through the West London area. Here you can find brasseries, bistros and bars scattered across the fringes of Hyde Park, alongside our own hotel’s Craven Lounge. Here you will find breakfast, brunch and lunch menus which promise the likes of chicken goujons, full English breakfasts, burgers and a plentiful drinks menu.
Mother’s day afternoon tea
Afternoon tea is a surefire hit on Mother’s day. Having been made famous in the Victorian era when it was enjoyed by high society, the tradition is far more inclusive nowadays, and is enjoyed by many not just across the UK, but across the world too. This pleasant afternoon indulgence can whittle away an afternoon with no fuss at all, and with the springtime air in abundance, can make a great terrace side treat for the caffeine craving mother lover. Afternoon tea at the Park Grand includes an extensive range of options to choose from, all with their own unique twist on the classic British indulgence. Indian afternoon tea brings a range of Indian inspired teas and snacks, including sweet treats and bhajis. If you are looking for something to satisfy your sweet tooth, then the chocolate afternoon tea brings a deluxe range of cocoa based cakes and scones.
Events in London on Mother’s day
Make sure you don’t miss the many Mother’s day events scattered across the city this March. From flower workshops at Belemeis to the orchids festival at Kew Gardens, there are plenty of events across the city which Mother’s will simply love. Whatever their tastes, the V & A is always an inspiring Mother’s day excursion, this year bringing the works of fashion icon and innovator Christian Dior’s many clothes designs to this Victorian era exhibition space.