Sheraton Grand London Park Lane offers visitors the chance to take a trip back in time to the prosperity of late 1920s London with their renowned Nineteen Twen-Tea Afternoon Tea, the most traditional afternoon tea experience in London.
The award-winning Nineteen Twen-Tea Afternoon Tea is a must-do when visiting the buzzing British capital. Complete with intrinsically designed pastries and delectable savoury treats inspired by the 1920s, with a contemporary twist – the experience promises to transport guests to a bygone era, backed by the relaxing sounds of a live harpist.
Located in the heart of the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, The Palm Court is just one of the original features of the hotel from when it was completed in 1927. Guests can admire original panelling, stained-glass windows from the early twenties and exquisite 1920s-styled murals adorned with theatrical patterns. Combining 1920s flair and traditional ingredients, guests will enjoy an authentic taste of the era created by the hotel’s talented pastry team and be transported back in time to the prosperity of late 1920s London.
In collaboration with the world award-winning Newby Tea guests can enjoy a special ‘1927’ blend exclusively for Nineteen Twen-Tea, marking the year the hotel was originally completed, in additional to a wide variety of tea and a series of unique sweet and savoury options all elegantly presented within the ‘birdcage’ cake stand, aptly named after the nickname the hotel received in the early twenties.