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Corinthia Hotel Afternoon Tea

Corinthia Hotel Afternoon Tea

Corinthia Hotel

Whitehall Place, London SW1A 2BD

Afternoon Tea at Corinthia Hotel London is a truly sumptuous affair, enhanced further by the services of a trained tea sommelier to ensure that Britain's finest culinary tradition is dutifully respected. Corinthia London is a stunning establishment of pure luxury, situated in Whitehall Place, just steps from Trafalgar Square and Downing Street and within minutes of the River Thames and Leicester Square.

Afternoon Tea takes place in the beautiful Lobby Lounge, the very heart and soul of this exquisite London hotel. A spectacular Baccarat Chandelier sits high above this elegant space and the maple lined inner courtyard provides the perfect setting for afternoon tea al fresco on warmer days.

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Making a Booking

The Corinthia Hotel is available to book online today. There is no charge to make a reservation and you will receive instant confirmation of your booking via email. Use the booking form below to make your reservation. If you are having difficulties making a booking then please email with the details, including which venue and we will assist you. If you need to you can also cancel a booking in advance.

Everything You Need To Know

How much do I pay?

Traditional Afternoon Tea: from £50.00 per person

Is there a service charge?

A discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to your bill.

Is there a dress code?

The dress code is smart casual at this venue, find out more on our FAQ page.

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How the booking system works

Afternoon Tea Menus

View the latest afternoon tea menus at The Corinthia Hotel below.

  • Traditional Afternoon Tea
    Selection of Finger Sandwiches
    Served on Artisanal Breads
    Loch Var Smoked Salmon
    Goosnaugh Cornfed Chicken, Ale Mustard (N)
    Organic Egg Mayonnaise, Micro Watercress (V)
    Roast Sirloin of Beef, Creamed Horseradish (N)
    Creamed Inne's Goats Cheese and Cucumber (V)


    Choice of seasonal English Tea Fancies
    Please ask one of our team for our daily selection


    Selection of Warm Scones
    Plain and Raisin, Served with House Preserves and Clotted Cream


    £50.00 per person
    £55.00 per person with Champagne
    £60.00 per person with Rose Champagne

    Menu and prices correct as at Wednesday 01 Apr 15.

In A Nutshell...

Reasons to consider afternoon tea at The Corinthia Hotel.

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How to Find The Corinthia Hotel

The location of The Corinthia Hotel is shown below along with other afternoon tea venues and points of interest, including local landmarks.

The Corinthia Hotel is close to Charing Cross and Embankment underground stations.

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