A Swinging Afternoon Tea | 30 James Street

Danielle Levy, 30 James Street Hotel, Titanic Hotel, afternoon tea, swing afternoon tea, murder mystery afternoon tea, Lee Ball,

30 James Street Hotel is quickly becoming one of my favourite places to come for afternoon tea, not only is it traditional afternoon tea but they've now got themed afternoon teas including a Mamma Mia themed one today and a Great Gatsby one tomorrow! The other week after too many nights shifts, I spent my first morning off at a Swing afternoon tea with my mum.

Danielle Levy, 30 James Street Hotel, Titanic Hotel, afternoon tea, swing afternoon tea, murder mystery afternoon tea, Lee Ball,
Danielle Levy, 30 James Street Hotel, Titanic Hotel, afternoon tea, swing afternoon tea, murder mystery afternoon tea, Lee Ball,
Danielle Levy, 30 James Street Hotel, Titanic Hotel, afternoon tea, swing afternoon tea, murder mystery afternoon tea, Lee Ball,
Danielle Levy, 30 James Street Hotel, Titanic Hotel, afternoon tea, swing afternoon tea, murder mystery afternoon tea, Lee Ball,
Danielle Levy, 30 James Street Hotel, Titanic Hotel, afternoon tea, swing afternoon tea, murder mystery afternoon tea, Lee Ball,
Danielle Levy, 30 James Street Hotel, Titanic Hotel, afternoon tea, swing afternoon tea, murder mystery afternoon tea, Lee Ball,

A couple of weeks ago, I headed to 30 James Street Hotel for a Murder Mystery afternoon tea with Sam and I was happy to be back for a differently themed one and it was one that I knew my mum would enjoy!

The afternoon tea was hosted in the White Start Grand Hall again which a beautiful, ornate room which is the perfect place for afternoon tea. It'd be even more perfect for a wedding reception! In fact, there was even a hen party, several birthdays and even a baby shower there for afternoon tea. As we walked into the grand hall we were welcomed and escorted to our seats and given a glass of chilled prosecco, luckily we were sat on the same table as Katy so we weren't short of people to talk to. Whilst we were enjoying the prosecco and chatting, the singer Lee Ball introduced himself and began singing. Not gonna lie, there was such a variety of songs, some that my mum and I knew and some only my mum knew.

It was then time to enjoy the afternoon tea which was brought out to us on beautiful rose gold holders, housing all the delicious sandwiches and sweets. As we all know, I'm not a massive sandwich person, but I was all about the scones, cakes and tea. Let me tell you, 30 James Street Hotel doesn't do sweets by half, there were so many different ones from last time to try! My mum has a really big sweet tooth so having 2/3 of the afternoon tea that was sweet was perfect for us both. Whilst we were enjoying the afternoon tea, white-gloved servers were continually coming round with unlimited tea and coffee as well as offering additional sandwiches. The singer Lee Ball was singing a variety of songs throughout the afternoon that everyone could enjoy and after most people had finished their afternoon tea, he took the time to say congratulations and happy birthday to everyone that was there celebrating and he then invited everyone up to dance whilst he sang.

The entire afternoon tea took roughly three and a half to four hours to really give you time to enjoy yourself and take your time with your afternoon tea. Whilst it was swing themed, I thought that maybe there might have been a swing band on the day but the singer was amazing so no-one left disappointed. I'd highly recommend heading to 30 James Street Hotel for a themed afternoon tea, it really won't disappoint and not gonna lie, I'm gutted that I'm missing the Mamma Mia themed afternoon tea today where you actually got tickets to go see the film in Liverpool One after the afternoon tea.

Have you been to afternoon tea at 30 James Street yet?

Speak to you next time!

1 comment

  1. Everything looks so decadent and delicious! Can't beat afternoon tea especially when it comes with live entertainment!

    Sarah :)
    Saloca in Wonderland

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