Win a Luxury Afternoon Tea for Two at Park Regis Hotel

Afternoon Tea Park RegisAfternoon Tea Park RegisBeing a food writer means I’m also a huge fan of afternoon tea, especially when it’s done properly. Last weekend I was invited to stay at the brand new delux Park Regis hotel in Birmingham. It’s located at the top Broad Street and boasts two new restaurants and a cocktail bar towering high above the city skyline. As far as hotel decor goes, the inside interior is stunning. My review of our stay, what we ate and how well Park Regis treated us will be posted shortly, but first… I have a wonderful competition to share with you.

Afternoon Tea Park RegisWe were offered to try the Classic Afternoon Tea (£24) and it’s just a bit extra (£29) for a glass of prosecco. We were seated in the hotel bar near the window and were given a mass selection of fruit, green, herbal and normal teas to choose from. Looking back, the ‘Smokey Russian Caravan’ tea sounded adventurous and I really wish I had tried it. The restaurant have carefully selected a variation of drinks to compliment the afternoon tea so what could possibly go wrong? We sat on the most beautiful velvet chairs and drank from crisp white tea cups with saucers. The first course served is a single, bite-sized prawn amuse bouche.

Park Regis Afternoon TeaPark Regis Afternoon TeaThe food experience is credited to Britain’s culinary heritage and the chef perfectly executes a combination of finger sandwiches, warm scones and sweet pastries. All food is prepared and served fresh each day. They also serve a ‘Gents’ Afternoon Tea’ – pulled pork, steak sandwiches, and battered makerel instead of dainty finger sandwiches. A children’s style tea (£9.50) is also available and I would love to see how they present that. If you happen to go along with your child, please do take pictures and let me know.

Park Regis Afternoon TeaPark Regis Afternoon TeaPark Regis Afternoon TeaAs a gift to my readers, I have teamed up with Park Regis to give YOU the chance to experience a luxury Afternoon Tea treat for 2. Anyone from the UK can apply and you must enter via the Rafflecopter box below for a chance of winning (for example, leave me a comment or follow me on Twitter). I will contact the lucky winner on April 20th. Good luck!

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  • that sounds amazing, i love afternoon tea!

  • Rachel Cooper – Parenthood Hig

    My mum – she was only sayig the other day that she has never been for a proper afternoon tea!

  • Terri Bristow

    This looks like an amazing place!! Your review is fab too!! ? xx

  • Clare Mumsy Midwife

    I would take my mum. Purely because she helps me so much with my daughter. She deserves a treat! X

  • I’d take my husband. Though my friend is moving abroad so I might have to take her instead so we can have as much time together before she goes!

  • I’d take my husband. Though my friend is moving abroad so I might have to take her instead so we can have as much time together before she goes!

  • Zoe Goodwin

    Lovely prize! I’d go to belatedly celebrate my 40th birthday with my partner!

  • Sounds amazing Emma! Those cakes look fab and I’m sure my hubby and mom would fight it out to accompany me ?

  • I’m sure hubby would love this!!! x

  • Azra Dedic

    Me and my sister have a shopping weekend planned so would be a great addition to our trip!

  • Cheryl King

    I’d take my partner, he is always looking after me and I’d like to do something for him in return! ?

  • David Mitchell

    I would take my Mum, she loves afternoon teas!

  • Erica O’Brien

    Oh wow this afternoon tea looks great! I’d love to try it. My mom is visiting in May and this would be a perfect Mother Daughter date.

  • I would take a very good friend of mine who has recently had a baby – a treat for some without the baby time!

  • Lenny

    Looks absolutely delicious! If probably take my mom too!

  • sunshine

    Looks amazing, I’d take my mum