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We received a very friendly welcome, and were shown to our table on the ground floor with views of Piccadilly.
Service was bit slow. but that was OK by us, we had been walking around London and were glad to just sit and relax.
We visited The Galvin over the weekend to celebrate a birthday and went for the royal afternoon tea with champagne.
Upon arrival we felt extremely welcomed and our host Michele was very attentive, patient and explained everything clearly. He helped us with our choices and...More
My friend and I have been to several afternoon teas in our lifetime, based on the calibre of this establishment and the price this has to be the worst.
Firstly my friend booked the afternoon tea online where it stated that it was 25% off...More
A friend and I visited today with three children. Apart from the wait for the actual food to appear (hence the 4 stars and not 5) everything was truly superb. Most of all Luigi, who was our waiter, made the experience truly fantastic. He was...More
This is one of my go-to places for afternoon tea. The surroundings are lovely, the food and tea delicious, and the location superb. I try many other afternoon teas and this remains one of my favorites.
My husband and I did the afternoon tea at the Athenaeum and we had a great experience! I had reserved it online probably 3 weeks in advance (we don't live in England and I wanted to make sure) and our reservation was fine. We went...More
We’re staying at The Athenaeum for a weekend treat. Thought it would be nice to book a champagne afternoon tea, which we previously reserved online with the hotel for 2.30pm (and they knew it was my birthday because they commented at reception when we checked...More
The Athenaeum’s Piccadilly location opposite Green Park makes it a wonderful setting for a luxury afternoon tea. The exterior of the building is a glass and metal structure with a living plant wall on one corner. To complete the picture, a uniformed doorman welcomes you...More
We booked tea for three at the Athenaeum which was served in the bar area of the hotel. Two of us chose the Gentleman’s afternoon tea and my partner opted for the royal afternoon tea. I think, on the whole, I have to say that...More
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