High Tea at the Ritz Carlton

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High Tea at the Ritz Carlton Hotel

Saturday, September 29 (12:00 am – 3:00 pm) – (Partner’s Program)

Includes Transfers, High Tea and gratuities.  Meet in Lobby @ 12:00

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When the Ritz-Carlton Montreal opened in 1912 it became known for its legendary style, impeccable service and tradition for serving afternoon tea and high tea. Today, guests can take tea amidst the elegance of the famous Palm Court, served along with homemade canapés, scones and pastries.

About the Hotel

When it opened in 1912, the Ritz-Carlton Montreal was recognized as one of the city’s most esteemed five star hotels. More than 100 years later, the Grande Dame of Sherbrooke Street still sets the standards for luxury hotels in Montreal, blending historic splendor with contemporary style. As Quebec’s only five diamond hotel, the Ritz-Carlton Montreal offers guests:

  • Cozy accommodations blending historic elements with modern features
  • Fine dining restaurant, Maison Boulud, serving modern interpretations of classic French cuisine in an upscale setting
  • Elegant meeting and event space offering flexible seating arrangements and state-of-the-art technology
  • Indoor saltwater pool overlooking the city from our rooftop
  • The Palm Court and its traditional Afternoon Tea
  • The Spa St. James where senses are awakened in a peaceful sanctuary

Afternoon Tea – Served at 12:30 pm

Choice from our tea selection

Plain and cranberry scones, Homemade Devon-shire style cream and jams

Finger cut sandwiches on homemade breads

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Cucumber and mint cream on milk bread

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Smoked salmon, dill cream on brioche bread

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Egg salad, pickled celery, & tarragon on brioche bread

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Herb fed chicken breast with coriander oil & mayo on milk bread

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Pastry Chef’s creations

The Royal Tea

(Afternoon Tea accompanied by a glass of House champagne)

Cost: $ 65.00 p.p. (Tax Included) Includes Transfer from the Hotel and return and High Tea.