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15 Beeston Pl London SW1W 0JW
15 Beeston PlGBLondonSW1W 0JW
020 7396 9000thegoring.com
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Overlooking its own private gardens, The Goring is lovingly known as London’s quintessentially English hotel and is perfectly placed in Belgravia for all the capital’s premier attractions.
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Sumptuous luxury hotel favoured by royals, with gourmet dining and an acclaimed afternoon tea.- Google
People talk about afternoon tea, houses of parliament, royal mews, st james's palace and chandeliers
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Ellesse Santander
reviewed 3 months ago
Afternoon Tea in Goring hotel is quite a momentous dining experience , just as when you arrived you are made to feel important. Afternooon Tea is served in the sunny Terrace, overlooking the private gardens, or in the warm and inviting Lounge. . Indeed this is Afternoon Tea the way the Duchess of Bedford intended it. The Terrace is a sunshine yellow room with comfortable bucket chairs and seating options for different size parties. The seating area is quite cozy and comfortable. This is a great, quiet place for conversation and relaxation. The silver three-tiered cake stand is as lovely as you would hope and staff described all of the pastries in detail so you don't need to ask question Devonshire clotted cream is served with the scones, plus strawberry and raspberry Tiptree jam, in individual jars. All of the pastries looks amazing so it's hard to decide which is better but I did enjoy a walnut macaroon. You will definitely be knocked for a loop if you haven't tried afternoon tea before, well I did
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Katie Glass
reviewed 7 months ago
A lovely London spot for afternoon tea. I visited in the run up to Christmas, so our pastries were all Christmassy themed, including a meringue snowman. The service is impeccable, (as is to be expected) and whilst it is expensive, it's still acceptable for a special treat. Keep an eye out for the extra bonus courses!
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Jaxs Elizabeth
reviewed a year ago
We spent two wonderful nights at what I consider to be the lovliest hotel in the world. Tea at the Goring far surpassed the pretention show at Fornam and Mason. The staff were incomparable and the rooms surpassed our expectations in both comfort and decor. What a beautiful little jewel of a hotel in a wonderful city!
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Leo McIntosh
reviewed 6 months ago
Went for The Traditional Goring Tea here in October, and I found the experience magical from Entrance to Exit. It was heavily raining that day, and our coats were soaked upon arrival. Instead of the glare of judgement I was fearing, I was instead greeted with warmth and a polite ushering into the bathroom. When we entered the Terrace, we immediately felt at home. Loungey laid back chairs amongst decadent surroundings, topped off with a warming yellow across our plate-ware. The food was delightful - delectable finger sandwiches, with fluffy scones that consumed the jams far too easily. Luckily, the staff not only delivered cheering smiles and quick service, but they also uttered the magic words: "Just ask if you need any more of anything". Sidenote: I am not afraid to say I eat a lot. Usually living my life to the fullest involves ensuring my stomach is to the fullest as well, and these words coupled with the comfort of the chairs, the warming hospitality and of course the addictive food led to an overall relaxing, guilt-free escapist dream from the shackles of the real world. I enjoyed myself here to no end, and I'd recommend that everyone else do the same!
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Reto Meier
reviewed 6 months ago
"Delightful" is the only word to describe afternoon tea at The Goring. Friendly and accommodating staff serving a delectable selection of finger sandwiches, scones, and sweets along with an incredible selection of traditionally brewed teas served from silver tea pots. It would be difficult to a imagine a lovelier, more relaxing afternoon. Highly recommended.
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Yoon-Mi Kim
reviewed a year ago
I have enjoyed an afternoon tea at The Goring and it is one of the better places for afternoon tea. Delicious food served by courteous, smiley waiters in sumptuous surroundings. What more could a gal ask for? :)

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We're eagerly anticipating the arrival of the Tour de France cyclists along The Mall this afternoon. Here's a shot of our keen cyclists back in 2011 ahead of their Cyclathon to Paris! #tourdefrance  
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It isn't only our guests that love the cheese straws in the Bar, our ducks are also partial to an evening snack!
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Get behind our Goring running club as they take on the Hotelympia 10K- 27th April 2014 in aid of Springboard. Go Team GForce!
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Our St George's flags are flying proudly. Happy St George's Day from all at The Goring.
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Goring is great!! Wish u had some summer specials on!!
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Enjoy 'A View from the Top' and a night of luxury with us at The Goring. After scaling the dizzy 244m to The View from The Shard to sample the views which reach to 40 miles across London return to the hotel for a delectable meal in our Dining Room and a night in one of our sumptuous King Bedded rooms. The treat doesn't finish there as English breakfast will be served the next morning to round off your escape to the capital.

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It’s a beautiful sunny day in London – the perfect start to our Ruinart Rosé 1764 Salon in the enchanting Goring Gardens. In celebration of the 250th anniversary of Ruinart Rosé, guests can enjoy Rosé Champagne in 18th century inspired surroundings from 12th June until 3rd July. Be sure to join us over the next few weeks. http://www.thegoring.com/dining.aspx
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Father's Day is just around the corner and there is no better way to celebrate than with Sunday lunch in our Dining Room. We will have Ross County Beef on the trolley or how about Organic Sea Trout with a roast prawn broth?
 
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The English Summer Season starts tomorrow with the first day of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show!
http://www.rhs.org.uk/shows-events/rhs-chelsea-flower-show
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Look who is back in The Goring garden...our feathered friends The Goring ducks!
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The annual Easter Egg hunt was another roaring success with the return of Hopkins once again
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Visit The Chocolate Festival this weekend for the ultimate preparation for Easter. Relax over a creamy mug of hot chocolate and feast your eyes on the pick of this year's Easter eggs.
 
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Don't forget to watch the opening ceremony for the Sochi 2014 Winter Games. It will be live on the BBC from 3pm with the ceremony starting at 4pm. Come on Team GB!
 
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