Celebrate National Tea Day in style with three unique afternoon teas from Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts

London, 16 April 2024: Celebrate National Tea Day on Sunday 21 April with one of three distinctive afternoon tea experiences across Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts’ global portfolio:

A sugar-free tribute to British botany

At The Carlton Tower Jumeirah, guests will experience a fresh take on the traditional afternoon tea, with a menu that steps away from refined sugars, instead focusing on the natural sweetness of whole fruits to deliver a unique sensory experience through the best of British flavours. Delivering a luxurious celebration of British classics with a refreshing twist, the hotel’s Scone Experience is a particular highlight, taking diners on a journey through four flavours of scone in a respectful ode to the British tradition.

Afternoon tea at The Carlton Tower Jumeirah starts from GBP 75 per person.

A curated collection of ‘Pop art’ inspired treats

Jumeirah Zabeel Saray’s ‘Bears by Naor’ afternoon tea brings together the worlds of art and cuisine through a collaboration with 7 Art Gallery and Wild Idol. The hotel’s talented chefs have curated a menu of delectable sweet and savoury bites, accompanied by a selection of carefully crafted miniature chocolate bears inspired by Naor’s ‘Childhood Memories’ art collection at 7 Art Gallery, including the Ferrari and Hermès tribute bears in a nod to some of the world’s most iconic luxury brands.

‘Bears by Naor’ at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray starts from GBP 61 per person.

A ‘do-good’ turtle conservation tea

At Jumeirah Al Naseem, guests can support marine conservation efforts by booking the ‘Turtle Tea by Idriss B which aims to draw attention to turtle conservation. For every ‘turtle tea’ purchased, a donation is made to Jumeirah’s Dubai Turtle Rehabilitation Project (DTRP) which helps to rehabilitate sick and injured turtles. This unique afternoon tea is filled with sweet and savoury vegan delicacies, served atop a chrome turtle sculpture, designed by French-Tunisian artist Idriss B to keep the endangered species in centre stage throughout. Guests can also scan a QR code to learn more about the DTRP’s important work.

‘Turtle Tea by Idriss B’ at Jumeirah Al Naseem starts from GBP 61 per person.

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