Designed in the early Twenties, London's Ten Trinity Square offers afternoon tea in an art deco dome...

Ten Trinity Square, London

In February 2017, The Four Seasons opened a new hotel in a stunning 1920’s building: Ten Trinity Square. Their 1920’s inspired “Bright Young Things” afternoon tea has become a bit of a scene – with a live jazz pianist, egg and truffle sandwiches, home-made scones and mini cakes that are served bejewelled with pearls. In the shadow of the City- opposite the The Tower of London and close to the illustrious St Paul’s Cathedral- the luxe dome tea lounge, with its huge ceilings and original plasterwork, makes the ideal resting spot after a day of culture.
FAST FACTS

FACT: The building’s exterior was used as MI6’s HQ in the 2012 James Bond movie Skyfall.
SELECTION OF PASTRIES: £14
FULL AFTERNOON TEA: £45 (£55 with a glass of Brut Champagne)
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