The Lobby Lounge
Illuminated by a spectacular Baccarat Chandelier and overlooking a picturesque, maple-lined courtyard, the central position and effortless style of The Lobby Lounge make it the perfect venue for Afternoon Tea. Tantalising cakes and fancies, inspired by the season, eclectic seating and bespoke William Edwards' fine china tea sets, create an intimate space to linger over a delicious tea.
The inner courtyard is ideal for Afternoon Tea al fresco, whilst our exclusive Private Dining Rooms in the restaurants are perfect for intimate Afternoon Tea Parties. An all-day dining menu and the services of a trained tea sommelier ensure true homage to the intricacies of Britain’s world-renowned tea culture.
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Breakfast 07.00 – 12.00 Lunch 12.00 – all day Afternoon Tea 14.00 – 18.00 (Monday to Friday) 12.00 – 18.00 (Saturday to Sunday) Dinner 17.30 – 23.00
Whitehall Place London SW1A 2BD
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7321 3150
Please note the following cancellation policy applies to all bookings:
For parties of 5 or above a charge of £15 per person will be applied when cancelled within 24 hours or no show.
For parties of 5 or above, bookings have to be guaranteed by a valid credit card.
By confirming a booking with us you accept this cancellation policy and allow us to charge the credit card supplied with the respective total amount of the cancellation fee if you cancel within 24 hours or no show.
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