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Review: Park Hyatt Milan Afternoon Tea
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When I checked into the Park Hyatt Milan and I was assisted to my room by one of the front desk agents, I was offered a complimentary afternoon tea in the Lobby Lounge. I was told this was offered as a Hyatt Diamond guest, and wasn’t in lieu of my welcome amenity or bonus points, which was very generous.
The afternoon tea is served from 4pm-6pm in the La Cupola Lobby Lounge, located directly in the center of the lobby as you walk through the main entrance.
I walked down into the lobby with my laptop wanting to do some work on the blog, and there was a server standing in the area that offered me a seat at one of the tables which had a tablecloth, plates and other china already set up.
In a corner of the room was a spread of cakes, pastries, cookies, fruit and other deliciously looking delights.
I took a plate full of treats, and upon arriving back at my seat, I found a pot of Earl Gray tea waiting, which I had requested.
I relaxed for the full two hours, partly working on my laptop, partly divulging in the surely caloric goodies. As 6pm rolled around, and the pastries were whisked away, I was advised there was no check and no need to sign anything, which was convenient.
The afternoon tea is nothing over the top, and you won’t find any tea sandwiches or lunch-like food, or biscuits and jam, however it is a nice relaxing environment if you’re offered this benefit for free.
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Heather @ pass the dressing says
Were you on a paid or an award stay?
James Larounis says
Cash and points.