Mackintosh at the Willow to open Salon de Luxe

A boost for the legacy of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and for beleagured Sauchiehall Street. The restored Mackintosh at the Willow will start taking bookings in the Salon De Luxe room from 8th September.

Sittings will be at 12 and 2.30 pm for a 1 hour 45 minute duration. The Salon de Luxe will only be available for afternoon teas in spectacular period surroundings.


The original Willow Tea Rooms building on Sauchiehall Street was reopened in July to celebration the 150th anniversary of the birth of its designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

The building, which first opened in 1903, is the only one where Mackintosh had total control over the architecture and interior decorations, including the design of furniture, cutlery and the waitress’s uniforms.

The 200-seat restaurant and tea rooms has undergone a £10 million restoration.


Take a look at the current menu for the tea rooms and you can make a reservation for afternoon tea here.

Salon de Luxe as it appeared in 1905

Salon de Luxe as it appeared in 1905