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    Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel presents traditional sunday afternoon tea buffet
    Monday, March 20, 2006

    The Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel will add a touch of leisurely elegance to the weekend as it presents a traditional afternoon tea buffet every Sunday featuring a range of sumptuous desserts to tempt every palate.

    Beginning this Sunday, March 19, guests can indulge and relax against the stunning backdrop of the South China Sea from the comfort of their chaise lounge chairs in the Grand Salon, located adjacent to the hotel’s lobby.

    The Sunday Afternoon Tea Buffet will feature homemade English scones with lashings of whipped cream, a freshly baked Mickey Mouse waffle corner, a free-flowing chocolate fountain for dipping juicy strawberries and marshmallows, and a range of decadent cakes, desserts and pastries.

    Complementing the buffet will be a selection of specially brewed teas including English, rose, peppermint, chamomile and Chinese – all served in delicate china cups.

    “The Hong Kong Disneyland hotel recalls the romance and luxury of grand, Victorian era hotels made famous in England, Europe and America. We’re excited to invite Hong Kong residents to retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a leisurely Sunday afternoon with delicious desserts, teas and our friendly Disney hospitality,” said Klaus Mager, Director of Food and Beverage, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.

    Priced at HK$168* for adults and HK$88* for children aged 3 – 11 years old, the Sunday Afternoon Tea Buffet will be available in the Grand Salon from 2:30pm – 5:30pm.

    *Prices subject to 10 percent service charge
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    Re: HKD Hotel presents traditional sunday afternoon tea buffet

    Hmm sounds like they are trying to catch some of the Brittish still living in Hong move.


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