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London Afternoon Tea at Grosvenor House

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London Afternoon Tea at Grosvenor House

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Cream Tea at Grosvenor House on Park Lane

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Grosvenor House, London

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About Grosvenor House

 86-90 Park Lane, London W1K 7TN, United Kingdom

 +44 20 7499 6363

 www.marriott.com

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Rhodes and Mann Gallery

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Wallace Collection

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Wellington Arch

The Wellington Arch is a grand neoclassical arch erected in 1826 that commemorates the victory of Wellington over Napolean

Marble Arch

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