Stay at London's renowned The Ritz Hotel from £414 per night.

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5-star Luxury at The Ritz London from £414 per night

As one of London's most famous 5-star hotels, The Ritz has become synonymous with Mayfair glamour. Located on Piccadilly, the hotel is right on the edge of Green Park and walking distance from Buckingham Palace. The Queen herself even famously partied at the hotel during V.E Day, which has now become the subject of the film A Royal Night Out. The Queen also celebrated her 80th birthday at the William Kent House, which is an adjoining building to the hotel.

The hotel features 136 luxurious guest rooms with 2 new suites having opened recently. The new suites are located on the 7th floor and grant you access to one of the hotel's Rolls-Royce Phantoms. These would usually cost you £200 an hour to rent, were you to stay in a different room class.

The Ritz London is also home to a casino, a fitness centre, spa and the Palm Court restaurant and bar, where you can enjoy their signature afternoon tea.

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Afternoon Tea at The Ritz

The Ritz is famous for its afternoon tea, where you can indulge in elaborate desserts and traditional British finger sandwiches, complete with your choice of fine tea. Everyday between the hours of 11:30 AM and 9PM, The Ritz entertain their dining guests with one of their resident pianists, harpists or string quintets playing classical and contemporary music. Afternoon tea at The Ritz is a formal experience. Men must wear a shirt and tie. Jeans are not allowed.

The traditional afternoon tea is priced at £50 per person and £30 for children. You can add a glass of champagne to your afternoon tea experience for an additional £16.


The Ritz London,

150 Piccadilly,



How to Book


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