Sofitel Sydney Wentworth has created an enchanting fairy-tale high tea for barre ballerinas and high tea lovers, in partnership with Australian Ballet’s Sleeping Beauty, available from today until 31 January 2016.
David McAllister’s Sleeping Beauty will be performed at the Sydney Opera House from 25 November.
Available at Sofitel’s Soiree Bar from $59 per person, thanks to a new partnership with designer Christina Re, vintage inspired signature tea-ware will display the home-made creations in shades of blush, pink berry and ivory and adorned in 24 carat gold finishes.
Sweet treats include delicate fairy bread sandwiches; pastel macarons; cheese cakes; warm, freshly baked scones with jam and cream; chocolate tartlets and the icing on the cake a ‘spindle in a glass’ consisting of a spindle shaped chocolate with pink fairy floss.
A Sofitel ‘My Bed’ will also be unveiled in the hotel lobby – encrusted with roses, show costumes and screening exclusive behind the scenes footage of the ballet.
Clients can extend the fairy-tale experience and book Sofitel’s exclusive Sleeping Beauty package for the school holidays. The package includes overnight accommodation in a classic room, breakfast for two at Garden Court Restaurant, tickets for two for the Sleeping Beauty inspired High Tea and a Sofitel pyjama and sleeping mask for some extra beauty sleep.
The deal is available to book now with stay dates from 17 December until 31 January 2016 from $483*** per night