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Vertigo 42

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Tower 42 International Financial Centre Old Broad Street Tower 42, London EC2N 1HQ England
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S1978h wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom207 contributions29 helpful votes
I bought a voucher for my elderly parents to have afternoon tea there. I booked online via their own website and supplied the code. They failed and the company who sold the voucher very well known company to notify me they are closed. There were no instruction on the reservation page about being closed and they excepted the reservation. Two elderly people made their way there one with health conditions and were told at the door they were closed. The staff member called up and told someone that they’ve just sent another couple away. Very bad communication by them and the selling site. I am disgusted by this. You’d think being a self proclaimed prestige venue they’d be on top of every cancellation and notify all persons that booked they they were closed. What a shambles. Thankfully the selling site refunded my money.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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patricia n wrote a review Mar 2020
london57 contributions47 helpful votes
We went at the begining of March 2020 and had a lovely day out, the staff were polite and very good, we had afternoon tea which consisted of a glass of champagne on arrival, then they came with our sandwiches and cakes and tea or coffee, which was all very nice. No one rushed us to go, we spent about an hour or so over our food and enjoyed the fantastic views over London. When we left we were told there was a service charge of £4.00 which we would have left as a tip anyway. All in all a great day out.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Sharron R wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom8 contributions2 helpful votes
it is a special event to take someone up to Vertigo42 as a treat. it is wonderful to see the whole of London on a clear day. they never forget the experience!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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RobAiers wrote a review Feb 2020
Hartley Wintney, United Kingdom168 contributions73 helpful votes
We bought a discount ticket from a voucher site, it was a lovely way to spend an afternoon, food was just a few nibbles and a glass of Champagne the views over London were spectacular and no one was in a hurry to move us on.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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lorrainegreen1970 wrote a review Dec 2019
London, United Kingdom24 contributions4 helpful votes
I booked afternoon tea through a discount company and was looking forward to a lovely afternoon tea with a friend as I had been before a few years ago. The afternoon started well although I didnt rate the selection of sandwiches and cakes. I've definitely had better. We requested a glass of wine each after our champagne and some water. We had to ask three times for the water. When we were ready for tea i asked what teas they had and the manager retorted most of them. I then asked for rooibos and he said they had red Bush but seemed unaware they were the same. Surely it would have been easier to show me a menu of hot drinks served? When we were ready to leave I asked for the bill three times. The afternoon tea was already paid for but we were charged a hefty service charge. We had to ask twice for the card machine, paid the waitress and then left. On our way to the lifts the manager ran out and asked if we had paid. I didn't see him do this to anyone else so can only assume he made a judgement about us from our appearance. We were treated appallingly and will not return.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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