To celebrate Princess Charlotte of Cambridge’s first birthday in May and Her Majesty The Queen’s 90th birthday in June, The Lanesborough is launching a Pink Princess Afternoon Tea.
Specially created by the hotel’s award-winning Head Pastry Chef Nicolas Rouzaud, the afternoon tea includes entirely pink patisseries that are offset by glimmers of gold, white and silver decoration and topped with delicately iced butterflies, flowers and petals. Just a stone’s throw away from Buckingham Palace, The Lanesborough will be serving the new Pink Princess Afternoon Tea in their Regency period dining room, Céleste, from 1 May to 12 June 2016.
Including traditional fresh baked scones with jam and clotted Devonshire cream, finger sandwiches and choice of 38 teas, including Rose of the Orient, White Rose and White Peony infusions, the Pink Princess Tea will offer guests the prettiest of pastries. From the ‘Flower Dome’ rhubarb cheesecake, to the strawberry mousse ‘Rocher’, cherry cream éclair and raspberry sablé biscuit, it’s an idyllic offering fit for a Queen or even a toddler princess.
The Lanesborough’s Pink Princess Afternoon Tea will cost from £48 per person or £62 per person with a glass of Champagne Taittinger.
About The Lanesborough
With its enviable location at the heart of London, in prestigious Knightsbridge, and panoramic views of Hyde Park, The Lanesborough has long been considered one of the world’s most luxurious hotels. The Lanesborough’s legacy lies with it having been built on the former home of Viscount Lanesborough and remains one of London’s most revered Regency landmarks. Following its re-opening in summer 2015, the hotel’s elegant surroundings, exquisite cuisine, unsurpassed attention to detail and world-renowned service are second to none. The Lanesborough captures the sense of a grand residence and offers 93 guest rooms, including 43 suites, and a personal butler service for all guests. Oetker Collection manages the hotel, bringing their expertise to the United Kingdom for the first time.