150 Piccadilly, W1J 9BR, London
Opened in 1906 by hotelier César Ritz, The Ritz is famous for its "Tea at the Ritz" hosted in the Palm Court, which is lavishly decorated in a French neo-classical style.
DID YOU KNOW?
Afternoon Tea at The Ritz has been popular with both Londoners and others for decades. At the heart of The Ritz London lies The Palm Court, an elegant salon originally designed as a destination for glamorous guests from high society to 'see and be seen'.
The Palm Court remains a pivotal social point as the venue for the famed Afternoon Tea at The Ritz, an institution in itself and the quintessential British experience.
A formal dress code is observed in The Palm Court – jeans, sportswear and trainers are not permitted and gentlemen are required to wear a jacket and tie.