Celebrate your mother with an elegant High Tea this Mother's Day, Sunday the 10th of May 2020. Discover our recommendations for where to go for High Tea in Melbourne.
With Melbourne being the city of food it can be hard to find the perfect High Tea to spoil your mum. Luckily, we have done the hard work for you, here at High Tea Society we found the best of the best and compiled it all into a list, so you can plan the perfect High Tea experience for your mum. What better way to enjoy time with your mum than to treat her to an elegant and refined High Tea experience this Mother’s Day.
Our Mother’s Day Melbourne top picks:
The Hotel Windsor Melbourne
The Hotel Windsor in Melbourne boasts old-school class and elegance with over 130 years of experience in the business of meticulously made desserts. Where better for an ultra-traditional afternoon tea?
111 Spring Street, Melbourne
Our review of The Hotel Windsor
The Conservatory, Crown Melbourne
Not putting a foot wrong, The Conservatory at Crown Melbourne presents a superb High Tea, with a gorgeous array of treats, stunning setting and magnificent view.
Crown Melbourne, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank
Our review of The Conservatory
Discover Hotel Chadstone’s indulgent High Tea on the rooftop bar and dining level of the new luxury five-star hotel located at Chadstone – Melbourne’s fashion capital.
1341 Dandenong Road, Chadstone, VIC 3148
Our review of the Chadstone Hotel Melbourne
Hopetoun Tea Rooms
Located in Melbourne’s famous Block Arcade, the Hopetoun Tea Rooms is steeped in history. Opening in 1892, the tea rooms were first run by the Victorian Ladies Work Association and named after their founder Lady Hopetoun, wife of former Victorian Governor and Australian Governor-General Lord Hopetoun. Served on a three-tier cake stand, the bottom tier is full of savoury selections, including Hopetoun’s famous pinwheel sandwiches. Our favourite treat was the sizable pumpkin roulade filled with a generous amount of smoked salmon, goats cheese mousse and spinach. The familiar line of people who wait outside to get seated at one of the 20 tables is testament to the sensational service and sweets inside.
The Block Arcade, 1-2/282 Collins St, Melbourne
Our review of the Hopetoun Tea Rooms
The Sheraton Melbourne is such a warm and comfortable venue to sit and sip away an afternoon. The classic High Tea is always enjoyable, but a theme makes it a little more interesting.
27 Little Collins Street, Melbourne
Our review of the Sheraton Melbourne
InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto
High society meets fine dining with the latest high tea offering at the InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto. Hosted in the ground-floor Alluvial restaurant, the decor is industrial luxe and offers lots of natural light plus views of the upper levels of the Intercontinental.
495 Collins Street, Melbourne
Our review of InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto
The Grand Hyatt Melbourne
Located inside one of Melbourne’s most glamorous hotel foyers, the Grand Hyatt Melbourne’s high tea is an indulgent experience sure to impress.
123 Collins Street, Melbourne
Our review of The Grand Hyatt Melbourne
Sofitel Melbourne Hotel
The Sofitel serves high tea seven days a week. A traditional high tea is offered from Monday to Friday. However, the weekend buffet menu, which features all the hallmarks of the weekday menu has an additional selection of pastries and desserts.
25 Collins Street, Melbourne
Our review of the Sofitel Melbourne Hotel
Westin Hotel Melbourne
Indulge in a selection of irresistible sweet and savoury delights handcrafted on premise by the hotel’s culinary team, served alongside the world’s finest tea and coffee blends or glass of champagne.
205 Collins Street, Melbourne
Our review of the Westin Hotel Melbourne
Aria Bar, Langham Melbourne
The two-hour sitting is great value and Aria Lounge is the perfect place to enjoy a semi-formal tea with a bit of cheeky twist. Our advice, arrive hungry.
1 Southgate Avenue, Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria 3006
Our review of the Aria Bar, Langham Melbourne