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Pasadena’s Langham Huntington Enchants Kids with Magic Tea

Pasadena’s Langham Huntington Enchants Kids with Magic Tea

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Junior Magic Castle magicians to entertain guests for a cause on September 7

Sandwiches, whimsical desserts, and of course tea will be on hand at the event this Sunday.

The Langham Huntington, Pasadena is offering its quarterly Imagine Tea on Sunday, September 7, designed especially for children and featuring a touch of magic. The event is part of a family-oriented partnership created between the hotel and the junior program of Magic Castle. Imagine Tea benefits several local children’s non-profit organizations, and the hotel will donate a portion of the September 7 Tea proceeds to the Pasadena Guild of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

As part of the Imagine Tea experience, junior performers from the famed Magic Castle will be on hand to entertain young tea guests, performing close-up magic while children dine on a specialty menu of ham, turkey, and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and whimsical desserts, all accompanied by pink lemonade, milk, and a selection of fruit-infused, caffeine-free teas.

Young guests will also have the opportunity to make their own magic during the tea, as they are invited to attend dressed as whichever character, person, or animal most appeals to their imagination. During the tea, each child will have the opportunity to use a special photo booth by Snapgram and create an imaginative craft with Little Junebugs.

Seatings are at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., with tickets priced at $48 for adults and $28 for children ages 4 to 12; please note that reservations are required. The next Imagine Tea will be held on March 1, 2015.

Best Luxury Concierge Services For Kids In Los Angeles

Traveling with children does not always have to be all about theme parks and roller coaster rides. While the concierge team at these luxury L.A. properties can arrange day trips to local attractions upon request, each hotel has developed very special one-of-a-kind programs right on site for children during their stay. From child-size robes and slippers to teddy bears and chocolate chip cookies upon arrival, each resort will make mini-celeb out of your children before you know it.

(credit: Peninsula Beverly Hills)

The Peninsula Beverly Hills

9882 S Santa Monica Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 551-2888

Young guests staying at The Peninsula Beverly Hills can explore their sweet tooth at the Young Pastry Chefs Academy alongside Executive Pastry Chef Romain Lenoir. With The Peninsula Beverly Hills-monogrammed chef’s coat, apron and chef’s hat, our aspiring Top-Chefs-In-Training will receive recipes from throughout the day, and a keepsake photo with frame. Up for something a little different? Allow the concierge to create a personalized hotel-wide treasure hunt upon check-in! Clues will guide guests on an all-out adventure through The Peninsula Beverly Hills to find their room key. Each check-point produces a lead or gadget needed to get to the next hint.

(credit: Montage Beverly Hills)

Montage Beverly Hills

225 N Canon Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(888) 860-0788

Montage Beverly Hills may spoil your VIK’s (Very Important Kids) upon arrival with a wagon filled with stuff animals for them to choose from, ultra-soft robes, and fancy slippers however the real fun begins when they arrive at Paintbox. Paintbox is an exclusive retreat for small guests seeking art, culture, and adventure. Each day of the week a new program is launched where kids have the opportunity to participate in Western-themed scavenger hunts, Top Chef Tuesday with cooking creations and taste-test challenges, science experiments on Magic Monday and even &ldquoGo Green&rdquo on Friday with Save the Earth Day!

Beverly Wilshire, a Four Seasons Hotel

9500 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 275-5200

Little girls especially love the American Girl Package available at the Beverly Wilshire, a Four Seasons Hotel. The fun begins with a welcome amenity and luxurious accommodations where guests receive a full American breakfast for two daily at The Blvd restaurant, complimentary transfer to American Girl Place in the hotel’s house car, a very special bed for the doll to enjoy during her stay, and turn-down service for your little one and her newest friend. You can also ask the hotel concierge to arrange lunch or tea during your visit to the American Girl Cafe, or meet with a Personal Shopper while at American Girl Place to make your shopping extravaganza even more memorable! Some other family-friendly services the property offers are special spa treatments for children, and a pool cabana specifically designed for families.

(credit: Langham Huntington Pasadena)

The Langham Huntington, Pasadena

1401 S Oak Knoll Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91106
(626) 568-3900

For families looking to stay outside of the city, yet close enough to visit, The Langham Huntington in Pasadena offers The Langham Kids program for traveling with their families. Upon request, The Langham will arrange for guests under 12 to enjoy a Langham ‘Theodore’ teddy bear backpack, coloring book and crayons, a Langham newsletter highlighting family-friendly activities and dining options in the area, and a complimentary bag of candy from the Flavours of Langham gift boutique. The fun doesn’t stop there — in addition to child-size robes and slippers, make sure to pamper yourselves at The Huntington Spa for very special Mommy & Me Mani-Pedis.

(credit: Beverly Hills Hotel)

The Beverly Hills Hotel

9641 Sunset Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 276-2251

Its award season and The Little Legends Package at the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel is perfect for your budding star or starlet. Nothing screams Hollywood more than a special &ldquoRed Carpet Photo-op&rdquo with full-on paparazzi moment, a keepsake photo taken in front of the hotel’s step & repeat wall, a &ldquoLittle Legends&rdquo T-shirt and a personalized chocolate star amenity for them to enjoy. The movie star treatment doesn’t stop there. Children, or rather, child-stars staying at the hotel will also receive their very own V-VIP card good for sodas throughout the hotel, and choice of old-fashioned ice cream sundae or milkshake in The Fountain Coffee Shop. Your star will be signing autographs before you know it!

Lyaness at Sea Containers London

Enjoy 25% off Spirited Tea at Lyaness at Sea Containers London. Usually priced at £55 per person, guests can indulge in a selection of decadent sweets and savouries along with three paired cocktails for just £41.25 per person with this exclusive offer available on Sundays from 23rd May - 27th June.

Is there anything sweeter than high tea in the sky? The new Blu Bar High Tea Buffet at the Shangri-La Hotel Sydney is a decadent indulgence that is the perfect way to mark a special occasion.

Currently on offer until Dec 31st, 2018, the Blu Bar High Tea Buffet takes high tea to the next level. We have enjoyed the standard Shangri-La high tea on numerous occasions and always enjoy the colourful creations by Executive Pastry Chef, Anna Polyviou, so adding a view to die for to an already incredible food offering makes this experience an absolute must for any fellow lovers of a traditional high tea.

The Blu Bar High Tea Buffet runs from Friday to Sunday in two sessions, 11.30am- 1:30pm and 1:45pm-3:45 pm. They are very strict with the timings so if you arrive before 11:30am you will find the elevator lifts locked for level 36 – pull up a comfy seat in the lobby while you wait for the time to arrive.

Level 36 offers a spectacular view of Sydney’s harbour and icons. While there are no bad seats, I suggest requesting a window table if you have a small party so there is nothing between you and the view but a piece of transparent glass. Warning – the sun comes streaming in these windows, so you might find yourself in a literal hot seat as the weather warms up.

Included in the high tea buffet are two alcoholic drinks one sparkling wine and one cocktail or mocktail, plus your choice of teas as usual. We had the tequila cocktail topped with pink Persian fairy-floss reminiscent of Anna Polyviou’s fabulous mohawk, and it was as delicious as it was beautiful.

The buffet offers a wide selection of sweet and savoury options. If you have dietary requirements, please let the staff know in advance so they can bring you suitable alternatives. I didn’t think to let them know I was vegetarian ahead of our visit, which was a shame as I then saw another vegetarian being brought their own veggie platter (see pictures below).

I did however find enough vegetarian items that I could eat on the buffet, so it wasn’t a problem at all. I did however find the lack of information for the dishes a challenge. With no signage on the savoury items it was difficult to know what contained meat. If you have dietary requirements I suggest asking staff to walk you through the buffet selection.

Savoury selection
Quiche: roast vegetable and lorraine
Egg deconstructed sandwich with mayo and watercress
Chicken brioche sandwich
Salmon with beetroot and capers
Salad with Goats cheese, vegetables, olive oil
Cream cheese and cucumber sandwich

Buttermilk & tea-raisin scones
Clotted crème, pepe saya butter
Rose red berry jam
Pineapple marmalade
Apple cinnamon

Sweet selection
“Pina-Colada” – a slice with coconut, pineapple, lemongrass and Malibu
“Popping” – a chocolate slice with caramel and popcorn
“Tea Cake” – a cake with apple, rhubarb
“Strawberries ‘n’ creme” – a delicious mix of fresh strawberries, mascarpone and vanilla
Chocolate lollipops
Chocolate assortment
Lemon and poppyseed mini cakes

The savoury food is replenished throughout the high tea but not all of the sweet selections are. Some of the items, particularly the handmade chocolates, vanished quickly and weren’t replaced.

The quality of the food, as always, was spot on. Fresh, bright ingredients and creative displays made for a very visually attractive as well as delicious meal.

I do particularly like that with a buffet you can choose only the kinds of food that you like, so if you are feeling savoury more than sweet, you can select plenty of those items and just have one or two pastries. A great option for those who don’t necessarily want one of everything!

Kids are welcome at the high tea however there is no discounted price for kids. They cost the same as an adult to dine at this particular high tea.

High Tea will take place at Blu Bar on 36, each Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 11.30am- 1:30pm and 1:45pm-3:45 pm.

Priced at AUD 75 per person, Friday-Saturday, and AUD 95 per person on Sundays. Sunday price is inclusive of a glass of champagne upon arrival, which is a $15 upgrade.

Shangri-La Hotel Sydney
176 Cumberland Street,
The Rocks, Sydney, NSW 2000
Phone: (02) 9250 6000
Prices: $$
Bookings are essential. Please call (61 2) 9250 6144 or email [email protected]
Get more information on the Blu Bar High Tea here.
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