This hotel has an afternoon tea desirous by Netflix’s The Crown – with Phil’s favourite sarnies and the Queen’s top cocktail

MOST people would like the event to be treated as royalty, if only just for a day.

To applaud the recover of deteriorate 2 of Netflix show The Crown coming this Friday, one London hotel is giving punters the event to knowledge life as Royal with their themed afternoon tea.

To applaud the recover of deteriorate 2 of Netflix show The Crown coming this Friday, one London hotel has a royal-themed afternoon tea

To applaud the recover of deteriorate 2 of Netflix show The Crown coming this Friday, one London hotel has a royal-themed afternoon tea

The Rubens, situated conflicting Buckingham Palace, has been a favourite haunt of debutantes and members of high-society given the early 1900s.

But the swanky hotel has recently been given a refurbishment and any room has been away designed to relate the character of a member of the British monarchy, finish with a stately portrait.

The hotel also now boasts an afternoon tea menu featuring some of the stately family’s favourite food and drink, for £39 per head.

For that price, guest can sup on finger sandwiches with fillings like Coronation Chicken, Fillet of Beef with Horseradish Cream and a classical Cucumber and Cream Cheese.

The Rubens has an afternoon tea menu featuring some of the stately family's favourite food and drink

The Rubens has an afternoon tea menu featuring some of the stately family’s favourite food and drink

Those with a honeyed tooth can ambience some of the Queen’s favourite deserts too, including Orange Scented Scones served with Citrus Curd, in honour of The Orangery at Kensington Palace, and homemade Jam Pennies.

The Rubens also offers a chronicle of the Chocolate Biscuit Cake that William and Kate served at their marriage reception, which is boxed up as a takeaway present for guests.

What’s more, punters can splash like a royal, with a preference of stately beverages accessible like the Queen’s splash of choice, Gin and Dubonnet; Prince Phillip’s favourite English bitter, Boddingtons; and Prince Charles’ 50:50 Martini.

Guests to the hotel now can still see over the palace’s walls, with views onto the Royal Mews – which houses the monarchy’s famous bullion carriages.

Guests can select from a preference of stately beverages, like the Queens splash of choice, Gin and Dubonnet, and Prince Phillips favourite English sour

Guests can select from a preference of stately beverages, like the Queen’s splash of choice, Gin and Dubonnet, and Prince Phillip’s favourite English bitter

The recover of the new series of The Crown coincides with the rendezvous of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle, as good as the approaching attainment of the third child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – making it feel like the UK has left royal-mad.

If anyone’s kids wish to get in on the action, The Milestone Hotel in Kensington is charity children the possibility to be treated like little princes and princesses.

The five-star hotel offers a special afternoon tea for under 12s, labelled at £24 per head.

The Rubens has recently been given a refurbishment and any room has been away designed to relate the character of a member of the British kingdom

The Rubens has recently been given a refurbishment and any room has been away designed to relate the character of a member of the British monarchy

The menu facilities a feast of finger sandwiches, scones, pastries, and prohibited chocolate, before guest are allowed to adorn their own cupcakes.

Elsewhere, fans of The Crown can revisit The Balmoral hotel in Edinburgh for a stately knowledge that allows guest to revisit several of the series’ filming locations.



Guests are flown by helicopter from the oppulance hotel to the Balmoral Estate in Aberdeenshire for a three-hour Land Rover safari before a choice of lunch at The Rothesay Rooms or a Champagne afternoon tea.

Royal practice aren’t limited to the UK, with a disturb for Butler Cafés now very renouned in Japan.

Eateries like the Swallowtail café in Tokyo explain to offer business the possibility to be treated “like a king or a princess” while being waited on by their very own butlers, who lift their guests’ bags, flow all their drinks and crawl frequently.

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