Afternoon Tea Reviews
A long-term lover of afternoon tea, it has ‘accidentally’ became a tradition of mine to have afternoon tea at each new destination I visit.The idea all began during my first trip to Asia, when I visited Hong Kong and decided that I just had to have afternoon tea at <a href="https://www.ladieswhattravel.com/afternoon-tea-peninsula-hong-kong/">The Peninsula</a>. Chatting over the scones I started talking about how great it would be to try out different afternoon teas around the world and in that moment my ‘Global Afternoon Tea Challenge’ was born!Since then I’ve been on the look out for exciting, quirky or renowned afternoon teas wherever I travel – and I regularly make time for afternoon teas at home here in the UK.Here’s where my Global Afternoon Tea Challenge has taken me so far! Keri x
Discover a special Ladies Afternoon Tea in Windsor.
Keri reviews the Heritage Afternoon Tea and Basque Afternoon Tea served in the beautiful lobby of The Peninsula Shanghai.
Visitors looking for afternoon tea in Bangkok are spoilt for choice, as not only do the majority of the city’s high end hotels offer high tea of some kind, there are many cute little independents who’ve also got in on the trend. However, during my recent trip to the Thai capital the one that really caught my attention was afternoon tea at the Grand Hyatt’s Erawan Tea Room. This was because the tea room actually sits right above the city’s iconic Erawan Shrine, giving you a super special setting for your afternoon tea. The Grand Hyatt’s Erawan Tea Room One of the Grand Hyatt Erawan’s nine restaurants and bars, the…
Had your fill of tapas? Why not change things up with afternoon tea at Tatel, Madrid? Here's Keri's review from the latest stop in her Global Afternoon Tea Challenge.
Karis and I recently had afternoon tea at the Ivy Clifton Brasserie in Bristol, to try out their summer special twist, the introduction of the Ivy Nursery Pot.
During my recent day trip to Oxford with Marco Polo we stopped off for a champagne afternoon tea at the Vaults and Garden Café. It’s got an amazing spot in the city, just opposite the Radcliffe Camera, however this café is a spectacle of its own. Housed in St Mary’s Church, the café’s main dining area is set in Oxford University’s Old Congregation House, the city’s first central university building, which was built back in 1320. It’s a beautiful setting for afternoon tea, with its old brick walls and gorgeous vaulted ceiling, but on sunny days you also have the option to venture out into the gardens and enjoy your tea…
A haven from the stifling humidity and traffic-packed streets of Malaysia’s capital city the Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur's lobby lounge is a wonderful spot for a sumptuous afternoon tea