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This Easter at The Ritz

  • by Charles the Concierge
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Looking for something new and different? Luxury 5 star hotel, The Ritz London, is just the ticket! With plenty to look forward to this Easter from an Easter egg patisserie class to an Easter lunch in the stunning Ritz Restaurant followed by their traditional Easter egg hunt.

EASTER TREATS FOR OUR V.I.K.S (VERY IMPORTANT KIDS!)  

This Easter, the top luxury hotel, The Ritz, welcomes families, with a host of special treats for both the young at heart. Stay at The Ritz London in one of their elegant Louis XVI styled guestrooms and enjoy a delectable English breakfast from £519 including Value Added Tax. All guests would wake up with an extra surprise from the Easter bunny on Sunday morning!

Each child is a V.I.K and can look forward to receiving complimentarymembership to the [email protected] and enjoy a variety of benefitsincluding: 

  • A welcome gift upon arrival and on turndown
  • Access to the Teen Concierge 
  • Complimentary ice-cream in The Ritz Restaurant or Palm Court
  • Wii or Playstation game consoles and a selection of age-appropriate children's books and DVDs in their room.
  • Children's slippers and bathrobes and special children's bathroom amenities

SPECIAL EASTER EVENTS 

The Ritz is also inviting resident children to join our Head Pastry Chef, Lewis Wilson in the kitchen to learn how to make their very own Easter eggs to indulge in and enjoy.  This patisserie class will be held on Saturday 20th April from 3.00pm -5.00pm.  There is limited availability so please book in advance to avoid any disappointment.  This memorable experience is priced at £40 per child.   

To book a stay at The Ritz including the patisserie class please click here.

The Easter bunny has also been hard at work, hiding chocolate eggsaround our William Kent House Garden for our annual Easter Egg Hunt onEaster Sunday, to which all children in the hotel are invited. The huntbegins at 2.30pm, so why not book a table in The Ritz Restaurant for atraditional Sunday lunch beforehand?

With immense floor to ceiling windows overlooking Green Park, rich LouisXVI-inspired décor and dazzling garlands of chandeliers The RitzRestaurant never fails to leave an indelible impression on all who dinehere.

The specially selected menus are complemented by a legendary wine listand the unparalleled service renowned at The Ritz.  A three course menustarts from £59.  On Easter Sunday each table will receive a handmadeRitz Easter egg.

To reserve your table please click here.

SPEND TIME TOGETHER

Spend time together with friends and family this Easter for Afternoon Tea at The Ritz. Try to find a better way to mark an occasion!

Amid swathes of butter-yellow and 24 carat gold leaf, the smartly attired waiters aim to please with a selection of dainty finger sandwiches, a sweet fantasy of British pastries and freshly baked hot scones, all enjoyed alongside a selection of 16 varieties of loose leaf tea. Sophistication personified, Afternoon Tea at The Ritz is the perfect excuse to dress up and turn your event into an occasion that will be remembered for many years to come.

On Easter Sunday, it is worth noting that children under the age of 16 will be given a complimentary Easter egg.

ARRIVE IN STYLE

The Ritz London is offering an exclusive chauffeur service in the sublime Phantom Rolls Royce ensuring you will arrive in ultimate comfort and style.  Synonymous with opulence, this handsome motor car was hand crafted in the Goodwood factory to our own Ritz specification. The Rolls Royce exterior is painted in the bespoke 'Ritz blue' and features custom fitted leather interiors, walnut burr trimmings and a personalised number plate.  For your entertainment and enjoyment there are two flat screen plasma DVD screens inside.  The Ritz Rolls Royce chauffeur service is available to hire for guests, residents and non-residents.

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