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Royal Lancaster London wins ‘Highly Commended’ Award in the National Afternoon Tea Awards 2018

Royal Lancaster London has been awarded the ‘Highly Commended’ Award in the National Afternoon Tea Awards 2018 held on 24 July 2018 at the Hotel Cafe Royal, London.

The award ceremony took place in the historic Grade II listed grand Pompadour ballroom, where representatives from the finest hotels and restaurants around the UK gathered to recognise the crème de la crème of Afternoon Tea creativity and service. Guests were invited to indulge in Lanson champagne along with an exclusive tea tasting by Newby, the premier British fine tea company.

A panel of independent judges including internationally renowned pastry chefs, restaurant managers, food journalists and bloggers, assessed the entire customer experience from arrival to departure, focussing on the creativity and high level of service.

Royal Lancaster London’s Signature Afternoon Tea is served in the hotel’s elegant Hyde Bar from 2pm until 4.30pm. Afternoon Tea is priced at £35 per person; £45 with a glass of Moët & Chandon Brut Champagne; and £50 with a glass of Moët & Chandon Impérial Rosé Champagne.

Royal Lancaster London has recently unveiled its brand new design following an £85 million renovation. The prestigious hotel overlooking Hyde Park has been completely transformed both internally and externally in this universal restructure.

Set against a backdrop of white marble, the elegant Hyde Bar is a new innovation at Royal Lancaster London, echoing the name of London’s most famous royal park. Designed with the most discerning guests in mind, Champagne, cocktails, coffee and light cuisine are served throughout the day.

The transformation of the towering 18-storey hotel encompasses the complete refurbishment of all 411 guestrooms and suites. Every guestroom has a far reaching view across London, and the modern design emphasizes these premium vistas. 


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