Beautiful little spot, great view of Vegas. Enjoyed a fruit plate and tea. One pot is large enough for two people. Great friendly service. Nice place to have a fancy relaxing time.
As far as afternoon tea in the US, this is about the best we've had. In a lounge type setting next to the front desk, is not typical, but gives a nice view of the strip from on high.
I met a friend (we are locals) for the famous tea in the lobby of the Mandarin Oriental and at a pricey 36 pp and THEY add the tip, it was good for special splurge. Once you take the elevator to the 23rd floor they have a great view toward the North Strip. It was late November so we saw... More
Have had many great high tea experiences but was not thrilled with this experience. Think it was just that I prefer a traditional high tea and this is more of a haute tea. The offerings were eye candy but lacked in quality. Also accustomed to having additional items served at no extra cost... but then again there was nothing that... More
The tea service here does not disappoint. The savory tea sandwiches were really delicious. The sweet pastries, scones, homemade jams were all wonderful. The tea, of course, was well prepared and of good quality. The tea lounge ambiance is modern and relaxed. You sit on sofa and tea was served on short coffee tables. I do wish the tables were... More
Very expensive (and with an 18% gratuity pre added.... Prefer to decide my own tip for service when only 3 people thank you very much!) You are sitting in the hotel lobby so it's busy and a little noisy, I actually thought it would be a bit more secluded.... We all ordered the English afternoon tea ($36) and the tea... More
We had a table at the window with a great view of the strip. We ordered champagne afternoon tea and it was lovely. Everything was really elegant and well presented, with a great selection of little sandwiches and lovely freshly baked scones. These were served with clotted cream and two home made jams, fruits of the forest and also peach... More
My Vegas experience was to include Sunday afternoon tea followed by Jazz in the bar. Sadly my planned two visits that I actually pre booked ran to one quick visit followed by a hasty retreat to my home hotel. Firstly in my humble opinion there is no tea lounge it is a sitting area in the hotels lobby. Actually my... More
Pretty average afternoon tea. Portion sizes very small and we ended up ordering extra finger sandwiches as the portions are so small. The amount of clotted cream and jam they give you is also insufficient. Afternoon tea is a British invention and when done correctly is a wonderful invention. The Mandarin should really know better.
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