Located opposite Victoria Station, and situated in the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London – Victoria, 2 Bridge Place is a relaxed venue for afternoon tea. A ramp leads you to a side door entrance but it is quite steep so you may need help. Once inside though, it is completely flat with a large disabled toilet.

Afternoon Tea in the Park Lane Hotel is accompanied by classical music from a harpist. The disabled step-free entrance is on Brick Street and has a small ramp leading to a door which the porter will help you with. A stairlift then leads you directly into the dining room. There is a mixture of sofas and tables and the disabled toilet is located just outside the room.

The Capability Restaurant at Hilton London Syon Park sits on the edge of the two hundred acre Syon House estate, an English pastoral setting that has served as the country home of the Duke of Northumberland for over 400 years. There is a large car park with disabled spaces and level entry. The tables are low enough for wheelchairs and there is a large disabled toilet.

Head to the Corinthia Hotel London. If you are looking for a classy 5* afternoon tea. A ramp leads you into the hotel and it is a short, flat, distance to the Lobby Lounge where Afternoon tea is served. The lobby has a stunning glass dome as a centrepiece, designed by Chafik Gasmi, which features 1000 Baccarat globes in clear crystal plus one in their signature red. The tea is very fresh and extra sandwiches are offered. The large disabled toilet is situated next to the Lobby.

The Waldorf Hilton London is steeped in Edwardian tradition so come here for a very traditional Afternoon Tea. Set in a majestic dining room with restored balustrades, and a spectacular glass ceiling, tea is served by very knowledgeable waiting staff. A stairlift leads you to the spacious disabled toilet.

The Wolseley

Step back in time as you enter the grade II listed building. The restaurant offers lunch and dinner menus but also a scrumptious afternoon tea. There is a small step as you enter but the doorman will provide a ramp. Once inside, it is all flat, with a disabled toilet. Booking is essential.
Something Different...

Located on prestigious Park Lane in the heart of Mayfair, contemporary Podium Restaurant at the London Hilton offers the idea tea for chocoholics. Chocolate Afternoon Tea begins with traditional sandwiches but is followed by chocolate chip scones and cakes. The cake stand is also edible but is put in a box if you cannot finish. There is a disabled toilet but it is reached by going up to another floor in the lift.


For a unique afternoon tea, head to the Mad Hatter's Afternoon Tea at the Sanderson hotel. The tea (based on the Lewis Carroll book) is served in The Courtyard Garden which is fully covered throughout the winter months and benefits from patio heaters, but has one small step to reach it. The teas menu includes ‘Eat Me’ Queen of Hearts containing a strawberry and cream mousse and ‘Drink Me’, an enticing looking bottle containing a potion of Passion fruit Jelly, Coconut Pannacotta and Exotic Foam, The disabled toilet is found at the hotel reception.

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