As Afternoon Tea Week is right around the corner I thought I should jump on the ol’ band wagon and write a post about afternoon tea, it would be rude not too really.  For some reason over the past year or so I being given the title, the Queen of Afternoon Tea by quite a few people (I’m embarrassed trust me!); unfortunately this title doesn’t come with any crown jewels and I’m not dripping in diamonds and pearls but it does come with a number of rolls around my tummy from scoffing a lot of scones.  I don’t think it’s fair for only folks in the UK to be enjoying Afternoon Tea Week which runs from the 10th – 16th August this year so lets go global; Around the World in 10 Afternoon Teas!

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London, England – Claridge’s Hotel

Claridge’s Hotel offers the best afternoon tea in the world, if anyone recommends a different establishment it’s because they haven’t visited Claridge’s – if you would like to challenge me on this statement then bring it on and we will settle the argument with a scone eating competition!  And I will win….

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And here is another knock out…Claridge’s vs The Ritz!

London, England – Brown’s Hotel

My second favourite place in London is Brown’s Hotel; I’ve scoffed afternoon tea here five times and would happily go back again and again.  If you can’t get into Claridge’s Hotel then definitely check out Brown’s Hotel.  The Tea Room is one of my favourite places in all of London, it feels like you’re visiting Downtown Abbey and it’s a bit of secret gem really in the London Afternoon Tea scene.

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Edinburgh, Scotland – The Balmoral Hotel

I will be honest and say the only afternoon tea I’ve eaten in Scotland was at The Balmoral however I wasn’t disappointed; the Palm Court is small and intiminate, the food generous and the service glorious.  Sara from Big World Small Me has recently visited so pop over to have a gander at her blog post.

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Athens, Greece – The Grande Bretagne

My other half tells everyone he meets that the best scones in the world can be found at The Grande Bretagne in Athens (apparently Claridge’s falls in second place for him) and I’m pretty sure he would be happy to stand in the middle of Constitution Square with a sign around his neck stating this fact.  If you’re looking at finding a way to escape the summers heat or just fancy checking out this grande dame of a hotel in Athens then definitely make a booking for afternoon tea in the Winter Garden and afterwards pop upstairs for a cocktail at the roof top terrace overlooking Athens.

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Amstel Hotel

Another grande dame of a hotel is the Amstel Hotel in Amsterdam and having afternoon tea overlooking the canals is a must when in Amsterdam.  When we visited there was a twist which included a different tea being served with each course.

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Aswan, Egypt – Sofitel Legend The Old Cataract Hotel

Ahhh The Old Cataract Hotel in Aswan; would it be wrong to say that we only travelled to Egypt to have afternoon tea here and stay at this glorious hotel – I travel just to eat afternoon tea sometimes.  The views overlooking the Nile at Sunset is possibly the best setting for afternoon tea anywhere in the world.

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Brussels, Belgium – Hotel Amigo

Chocolate chocolate chocolate…oh yeah Hotel Amigo offers a Chocolate Afternoon Tea…when in Brussels you can’t leave until you have gorged yourself in chocolate and what better way to do that than enjoying afternoon tea at Hotel Amigo which is Belgium’s top luxury hotel.

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Hong Kong – The Peninsula Hotel

I honestly think the best afternoon teas around the world can be found in the most iconic hotels and the afternoon tea at The Peninsula is definitely the best in Hong Kong.  This isn’t your average afternoon tea, you actually have to queue however if you’re a resident at the hotel (which we were thankfully) you can skip the line but it’s definitely worth the wait just to do a spot of people watching in the lobby.  There’s a full review coming this Wednesday if you need a sugar fix but without the calories…licking the screen is allowed!

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Auckland, New Zealand – The Langham

I’ve ruined my mum by taking her to Claridge’s many moons ago for afternoon tea so whenever she goes to afternoon tea in New Zealand I get What’s App messages afterwards saying…there was no cake fork Kelly…no napkins or my goodness only paper napkins…they used tea bags….Claridge’s has a lot to answer for really!  But if you ask my mum where her favourite place for afternoon tea in Auckland is, her response is always The Langham and she’s tried a few now…mother like daughter or should that be daughter like mother (oh I’m so confused…I need a scone…).  

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Marrakech, Morocco – La Mamounia

Hot steamy afternoons in Marrakech are best spent sipping Mint Tea in the gardens of La Mamounia while enjoying plates of delightful sweet pastries.  The mint is even grown in the gardens at the back of the hotel and those macarons are some of the best I’ve ever eaten – all I needed was the flying carpet to take me back to my room!

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Trust me this isn’t a full round up of places that I’ve scoffed afternoon tea while travelling, here a few more…The Mandarin Oriental in Hong Kong, Four Seasons in Paris, Hotel Adlon Kempinski in Berlin and The Ritz Carlton in Vienna.

And here are some tongue in cheek afternoon tea tips from an experienced pinkie raiser; that would be me!

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^^ Wearing my crown proudly…this was taken at afternoon tea number four while on holiday in Asia last month so my roll collection was growing nicely…eek it’s true what they say about gaining weight in your 30’s!  Apologies but I don’t wear make up on holiday so you can see my rather glorious bags…designer under the eye bags.

Have a fabulous Afternoon Tea Week everyone and remember any afternoon tea consumed during the official Afternoon Tea Week is calorie free….if only right!

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So where do you recommend around the world for afternoon tea?  Remember I travel to scoff afternoon tea…point me in the right direction as I always have my passport in my handbag ready to flit off at a scones notice!

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You can’t visit Marrakech and not visit a Hammam or a Spa, it’s basically compulsory!  G and I had planned on spending a day relaxing by the pool to unwind so I booked us in for a spa day at La Mamounia Hotel which has one of the worlds most iconic spas.

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Spa Reception Areas

Wandering through to the reception area is a visual feast of beautiful tiles and gorgeous lanterns that you will want to pinch and take home with you.  Booking was a breeze and as it was a week day it was pretty easy to get a booking for a treatment however bookings are recommended.

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Spa Day Pass

Now if you aren’t a guest of La Mamounia Hotel you can still use the spa facilities and have treatments but you will need to purchase a Spa Day Pass for 500 MAD per person which gives you access to the indoor and outdoor pools, jacuzzi and gym; this is a pretty good deal in my books as it works out at approx. £35 pp.  If your hotel in Marrakech doesn’t have a pool then this is a great option to spend a day relaxing in one of the most luxurious hotels you will find in Marrakech.

Obviously treatments are additional plus the hotel doesn’t offer the Spa Day Pass if the hotel is fully booked.  If the hotel requires you to purchase a treatment with the Spa Day Pass then the cheapest treatments are a Reshaping Manicure (500 MAD / approx. £35) or a 30 minute Relaxing Massage (750 MAD / approx. £50)

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To book a Spa Day Pass at La Mamounia Hotel you will need to contact the hotel directly via email lespa@mamounia.com

Spa Facilities

The spa facilities contain an indoor pool and jacuzzi…

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…an outdoor pool, steam room, relaxation areas, treatment rooms and a gym.

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Treatment

I booked G and I both in for a 60 minute Relaxing Mamounia Massage which costs 1,100 MAD (approx £75 pp).  When I made the booking for our massages there was the choice of having the treatments in the same room but as I squeal a lot when I have massages I went for separate treatment rooms; it was lovely to have the option.

I loved the massage, it wasn’t rough and I did leave feeling really relaxed especially as there was a really good scalp massage involved; who else adores scalp massages?

The Spa Undies

The undies were of a light material and weren’t a G String but came pretty darn close.  I will point out now that these are rather difficult to photograph when by yourself; next time I will pop them on my head!  Plus I still don’t get the point of Spa Undies!

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The Hotel

I loved La Mamounia Hotel and you can read my full review of the hotel here.  If you find the hotel a little too pricey for your accommodation budget, definitely look into either booking yourself in for afternoon tea or purchasing a Spa Day Pass so you can still enjoy the beauty that is La Mamounia Hotel.

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Have you visited La Mamounia Hotel; what are your thoughts on the property?  Would you be happy to spend £35 for a Spa Day Pass?

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I have a grand love affair with North Africa and the Middle East so I know how important it is to dress appropriately i.e. keep the boobies and bottom covered and your likely hood of getting hassled will be halved!  So here is my little guide on what to wear in Marrakech, in fact during your whole holiday in Morocco; I hope it helps one or two ladies out!

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I didn’t have a chance to photograph every outfit; that would just be too hard work and I prefer to eat rather than trying to pose badly (I could never ever be a fashion blogger!).

What to Wear in Marrakech – the Capsule Wardrobe

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Where to find items as above: Boden for good quality cotton tops and cardigans; Monsoon for Maxi Dresses, ASOS for cheap as chip jeans or GAP for basic t-shirts (I prefer the long sleeve t-shirts so I am fully covered…stops the constant looks and also I am protected from the sun)!

Remember that cotton and linen are your friends when it’s all hot and steamy especially during the summer months in Marrakech!  A long sleeve cardigan or scarf will cover up your arms when required.

Shopping in the Souq

Cover yourself up and you won’t have any issues; yes every shop owner will beckon you in to buy a million and one scarves but this is totally normal.  Long trousers, jeans or maxi skirts work a treat and if you don’t want dirty feet then stick to closed in shoes as it can get pretty dusty shopping in the souq.

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Afternoon Tea at La Mamounia

As we were staying at the hotel I went more casual and went for a maxi dress, cardie and flats option; maxi dresses cover up a multitude of sins (when you hit your 30s you realise you learn to hide rather than paying a crap load of money on fancy creams like you did in your 20s as it’s all down to genetics anyway…but I digress).

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What to Wear in Marrakech when it comes to Shoes

I have a simple rule; three pairs packed in your luggage plus a fourth pair on your tootsies and Marrakech was no different.  If you plan to take a few Moroccan shoefies on holiday then I suggest you wear prettier shoes than I did.  My shoes choices for Marrakech were a pair of Converse (worn numerous times in the souq), Birkenstock Sandals C/o Intercontinental Berlin that are actually quite comfy if you get puffy feet when it’s hot; Havaianas for the spa and a pair of Greek Sandals (similar style here).

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Swimwear for the Pool

Obviously anything goes especially if you are at a huge tourist hotel with foreigners but getting slightly prudiest in my old age (and trying to hide a few scone rolls that I’ve collected due to writing those pesky Gluttons Guides to Eating Gluten Free Afternoon Tea posts) I opt for a one piece.  I won’t frightened you all with a pic in my togs…but you can check out my Swimwear Pinterest Board if you fancy!

Sunglasses

Take a pair with you that will offer UV protection as you will need them to protect your eyes from the sun and dust.  Check out the Sunglass Hut for options!

Scarves

If you plan to visit a Mosque while in Marrakech then a scarve comes in rather handy and you can pick them up in the souq for around a £1 (depending on how good you are at haggling).

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So what are you tips for what to wear in Marrakech?  Have I missed anything out?  If you’re planning a trip to Marrakech then why not check out my other posts on this great city – Afternoon Tea at La Mamounia Hotel, a Spa Day at La Mamounia Hotel, my honest review of La Mamounia Hotel, the Marrakech Gluten Free Guide  and my Marrakech Travel Guide.

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Guilty as charged, I’m doing a whole post on the Moroccan #shoefie…as they say when in Rome or in this case Marrakech!  It’s Friday and we don’t need me rambling me on too much so without further ado here are some of my favourite tiles and #shoefie moments in Marrakech.

La Mamounia has some pretty colourful tiles…

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in the spa…

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…down by the garden pavilion where afternoon tea is served

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…on the way to brekkie in the morning…

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…snooping around the hotel…

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…before you even get inside the hotel you can take a Moroccan shoefie!

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A #shoefie from our room balcony at the Sahara Palace Hotel in Marrakech.

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Exploring the medina, you have ample opportunity for a humble Moroccan #shoefie!

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…and another one…

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…and the lucky last one!

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So where do you recommend visiting to take a few #shoefies on holiday?

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Since going gluten free I knew that I would run into problems finding suitable foods to eat while travelling and it finally happened when I was in Marrakech.  I’m going to be honest and say that this Gluten Free in Marrakech post is going to be very focussed on what I ate at our hotels…sorry!

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Gluten Free at Sahara Palace Hotel

Now all the hotel could offer me was hot chips and scrambled eggs even though I had put on the booking that I was gluten free.  We had to check out as I was hungry….lame I know but a girl has to eat!

Gluten Free at La Mamounia

Burgers at Bar Italien

For some reason gluten free chicken club sandwiches are a popular bar menu item anywhere in the world so I decided to partake in one at La Mamounia.  We ended up eating in the bar twice as it was a lovely area to relax in and G could happily smoke his cigars.  And they had gluten free dessert options available!

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^^Gluten free research in action^^

On our second outing at Bar Italien there was a problem with my burger as the bun wasn’t gluten free; this was spotted by the waiter before it was placed in front of me and both our burgers were whisked back to the kitchen and corrected.  That was blooming fantastic service!

Afternoon Tea at La Mamounia Hotel

Yes I tried the gluten free afternoon tea (full review here) and it’s absolutely delicious.  A perfect way to spend a glorious afternoon in the sunshine in Marrakech.

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Dinner at Le Marocain

I had the loveliest Chicken citrus Tagine at La Mamounia Hotel and oh my goodness the Strawberry and Tomato Tagine for dessert was to die for (well worth visiting the hotel alone to try this!).   

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G said he had the best chicken couscous meal of his life at La Mamounia (I may have suffered from couscous envy!); to quote G, the chicken fell off the bone to perfection and the meal was absolutely gorgeous and G never uses the word gorgeous so that’s rather high praise.

This was the most expensive meal we had at the hotel however it was definitely worth it and the service was incredible.  Once the waiter realised we only spoke English and I had a food intolerance, another waiter whom spoke English fluently looked after us during the whole meal so nothing was lost in translation.

Breakfast at La Mamounia Hotel

Definitely worth a huge mention as the spread is amazing with loads of yummy gluten free items to scoff including fresh fruit, cheeses, yoghurts, gluten free bread and everything else under the stars.  The chef actually made me gluten free french toast and it was so so good!

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I’m addicted to eating fresh fruit and honey for breakfast on holiday; I’m guessing this is my healthiest addiction to date!

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La Mamounia Hotel look after their gluten free guests extremely well;  not once did any staff member have to rush off to find out if something was gluten free for me, the staff in all the restaurants / bars were knowledgable and went out of their way to find me something to eat.  I can’t praise the hotel enough for their gluten free options and how fuss free everything was during our stay when it came to the food.

I’m guessing you think it’s lazy not to venture outside of the hotel for food however the food that was on offer at La Mamounia Hotel is so so good that you don’t want to leave the hotel and I didn’t wish to have to deal with IBS symptoms while on holiday due to things getting lost in translation.  You can read my full review on the hotel here.

Airport Lounge at Marrakech Airport

Let’s put it this way, there is no gluten free option available bar a few drinks (which were running extremely low once the lounge filled up).  The food that was on offer even G wouldn’t touch (and he eats almost everything including the dinners that I burn regularily).  Pinch food from the hotel before leaving otherwise you will be hungry!

British Airways Gluten Free Meal

My gluten free meal on British Airways was the same in both directions albeit on the way back to London it was actually warm rather than luke warm as it was on the way to Marrakech which was a bonus.  But the most exciting thing about this meal was that the fruit platter now consisted of not just melon; thank blooming goodness – there was a tiny piece of kiwifruit, a strawberry, orange and grapes!

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So what gluten free options have you found in Marrakech, Morocco?

Morocco Travel Inspiration - A Guide to Eating Gluten Free in Marrakech, Morocco. You won't go hungry on your next vacation with these handy travel tips on where to find your gluten free treats while travelling in Marrakech! Marrakech is a great holiday destination when it comes to gluten free food, you won't leave hungry!

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