Sip on Prosecco, indulge in afternoon tea and enjoy a restful night at the Colonnade Hotel in central London!
- London (London)
- Gift Voucher valid for 2 Participants
This four-star overnight break, in central London's idyllic Little Venice, really pulls out all the stops. You'll get to enjoy a night in a luxurious double room, with prosecco on arrival and a scrumptious afternoon tea - the perfect city escape!
Upon arrival, you'll be greeted with a glass of prosecco, and checked-in by the welcoming reception staff. Your double en-suite room is fully air conditioned and includes a flat screen TV, mini bar, robe and slippers. You'll get to enjoy a traditional afternoon tea in the Polo Terrace restaurant - complete with a selection of finger sandwiches, fruit scones and sweet treats. After tea, you may decide to relax in the hotel lounge, or head out into the capital. The hotel is only a stone's throw from Oxford Street, Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square - so your only trouble will be trying to fit all the sights in one day!
The Overnight Break For Two At The Colonnade Hotel would make the perfect celebratory gift for an engagement, wedding or anniversary. This experience is truly the complete package!
This experience runs throughout the year Mon-Sun (subject to availability).
Minimum age for this experience is 21.
Experience Duration: 00:00
Time at Venue: 00:00
This is an overnight experience.
Check in time: 3pm
Check out time: noon
Participants: The Overnight Break For Two At The Colonnade Hotel, London - With Afternoon Tea is for 2 participants.
Max Group Size: 2
Spectators Allowed on Site: No
This experience entitles two people to an overnight stay.
All you need to bring is a weekend bag!
This is an indoor experience and shouldn't be affected by bad weather.
Average rating: 5 stars out of 5
I enjoyed a wonderful overnight stay at The Colonnade Hotel. I loved the fact there is so much history behind the hotel, especially hearing that it has one of the oldest lifts in the UK! Afternoon Tea was delicious, I will be visiting again.
I had a fantastic time staying at the Colonnade hotel in London. I especially liked the bedrooms fancy decor and the very spacious sized room. The afternoon tea was delicious with a lot of cakes, which we very much enjoyed. I really loved the fact they were all made in the hotels kitchen that day.
Arriving at Warwick Avenue Tube station, it only took a moment to find the beautiful Colonnade Hotel. As we walked closer, we were struck by the building’s history. A blue plaque is placed just by the front door, bearing the name of Alan Turing – the genius mathematician, cryptanalyst, logician and scientist. He was born here, in 1912, back when the building was a birthing hospital. Today, the hotel feels like a lavish historical building, filled with beautiful antiques and reminders of the great past.
As Rebecca and I stepped through the doors, we were greeted with a smile and a warm welcome. We waited for a moment in the hotel’s decorative lobby area, until the smartly dressed receptionist called us over to check-in. This was quick and easy, and it helped that the receptionist was extremely friendly and informative. We were handed our key and eagerly made our way to the room.
Stepping up the traditional staircase, we arrived at our bedroom door. Once within the room we were amazed at the size and interior with smart colour schemes – ours being green and gold, which suited the room perfectly. My favourite aspect of the room was the floor to ceiling windows with large cosy curtains – oh, and the comfy beds!
Once settled in, we made are way downstairs for afternoon tea. Arriving in the newly refurbished restaurant, Banu, we were handed our prosecco, which complimented the afternoon tea perfectly! We enjoyed a selection of finger sandwiches, freshly-made scones with cream and jam, and several bite size cakes – my favourite had to be the carrot cake!
As we finished our last mouthfuls, we headed back upstairs to our room – this time using the hotel’s well-known lift. This is one of the oldest operating lifts in the UK – used throughout the time of the birthing hospital, since 1886. Reminders of the hotel’s history were everywhere, and certain rooms were even named after famous guests – The Sigmund Freud Suite, for example.
As evening crept up on us, we felt at home in our room, and the delightfully comfy beds made the stay even better. I slept wonderfully. As morning arose, we headed downstairs to tuck into our breakfast. The breakfast menu was perfectly sized. I enjoyed scrambled eggs, with smoked salmon, while Rebecca had bacon, sausage, and eggs. It was delicious and a perfect send-off from the wonderful Colonnade Hotel.
Rebecca and I thank the team at The Colonnade Hotel for having us for our Overnight Stay and Afternoon Tea – we had a brilliant experience, and I couldn’t fault it in any way. We will be back!