Come celebrate Mothers Day with us for Afternoon Tea at the Palm Court. This beautiful room is perfect for celebrating your most special occasions. Afternoon Tea takes place daily in our traditional tea lobby.
For reservations on Sunday, May 10, there are several seatings per day starting at 12 noon with seatings every 30 minutes. Each seating lasts approximately an hour and a half. Reservations are held for ten minutes. If you are running late, it is recommended to call in advance to ensure that your reservation is held. The Palm Court requests that all cancellations be made at least 48 hours in advance. Reservations cancelled with less notice are subject to a cancellation fee.
Here is what we have in plan for you in May!
Mothers Day at the Palm Court
This month is just for you. Mothers dine for FREE.
- Promotion only valid from Monday through Fridays
- Minimum of 3 paying adults)
May 10 2009
Looking for a different kind of Mothers Day Celebration?
The Palm Court will help you celebrate in style with a unique, one of a kind Afternoon Tea that mom will never forget.
Mothers Day tea will include a gorgeous celebration of spring time and mothers. Even more exciting , mothers can receive a back and shoulder massage , courtesy of Elizabeth Arden as they wait prior to enter the Palm Court. Mothers will receive a certificate for discount for future spa treatment.
Discounted valet parking is available when you dine in at the Palm Court. Valet parking is provided seven days a week with a flat rate of $12.00 for three hours. After three hours, normal rates apply. The dress code is smart casual and allows for dressy jeans but no baseball caps, sports wear and ripped jeans. If further information is required or if you would like to secure a reservation, please do not hesitate to contact Palm Court Reservations at 312 787 2200 or e-mail me directly at [email protected] .
The price of the afternoon tea is $ 30.00 and that does not include tax and gratuity. An automatic 18% gratuity charge is added to parties of 6 or larger.
Added by Shaun J Rajah on April 14, 2009