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Park Room at Grosvenor House - Afternoon Tea, a la Carte & Bar
Set in a quintessentially British stately home environment with views overlooking Hyde Park, the Park Room offers guests a varied menu for all tastes. Whether you want a place to relax, unwind and enjoy a cocktail or you are looking for somewhere to experience the British tradition of Afternoon Tea, the Park Room at Grosvenor House is the perfect setting.
Afternoon Tea, London, Grosvenor House, Park Room
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Set in a typically British stately home environment with views overlooking Hyde Park, the Park Room at Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel, is an idyllic, Central London location to enjoy the quintessentially British tradition of Afternoon Tea.

With the design inspired by its close proximity to the Royal Park, the tranquillity of the Park Room offers welcome respite from the shops and sights of Park Lane and Mayfair with a varied menu; featuring Afternoon Tea as well as a la carte options and a creative Cocktail and Champagne menu at the bar.

Park Room is open daily from 8.00am – 2.30am.
Breakfast: 8.00am – 11.00am
Afternoon Tea: 12.30pm – 6.00pm
All Day Dining: 11.30am – 2.00am
The pianist will perform daily from 12.00pm until 6.00pm

History of Afternoon Tea

The tradition of Afternoon Tea dates back to the early nineteenth century. Around this time Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford is said to have complained of “having that sinking feeling” during the late afternoon, to overcome this feeling a light meal consisting of tea (usually Darjeeling) and cakes or sandwiches was served.

From this want, the Afternoon Tea ritual was born. However, it should be noted that it was traditionally only a small bite that has now evolved into a tradition that is frequently celebrated.