From now until Spring 2020, the hotel will be undertaking a series of renovation works to upgrade many of our guest bedrooms. The works are scheduled to take place daily during daylight hours. Over this time, there may be intermittent noise caused by the works. We appreciate your understanding and apologise should there be any inconvenience caused.
Overlooking London's Landmarks at the Wellington Lounge
The Wellington Lounge is an ideal meeting place for an early morning coffee and pastries, award-winning Afternoon Tea, High Coffee or an all-day menu featuring classic seasonal dishes.
Standing proudly on the former site of 145 Piccadilly; Her Majesty the Queen’s former childhood home. The Wellington Lounge pays respect to its heritage by offering traditional Afternoon Tea with a modern twist for an experience fit for royalty. Our team has created an extensive menu of teas with the East India Company, complementing the various dishes available. Blending the best of tradition with contemporary twists, the menu presents a style to suite all tastes.
A semi-private corner lounge is available to accommodate small events and group reservations of 15 people or less.
For online bookings please see below. Alternatively, call us by telephone, +44(0)20 7409 3131, or email us directly.
Royal Afternoon Tea
A twist on the English Classic, Royal Afternoon Tea at InterContinental London Park Lane takes inspiration from ingredients across the Commonwealth countries visited by Her Majesty The Queen over the last 70 years.
£36 per person
Including a glass of Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut Champagne
Breakfast / Drinks: 8:00 am – 11:00 am
All Day À La Carte: 11:00 am – 1:00 am
Afternoon Tea & High Coffee: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
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Today, we think of a picnic as a simple al fresco affair, a delicious spread eaten outdoors, preferably in a beautiful landscape.
But its origins are far grander and date back to 14th century England, where the earliest picnics were hugely elaborate medieval hunting feasts with hams, baked meats and pastries, served on long tables by an army of serfs. You will even find one depicted in the famous Bayeux tapestry.