Mandarin Oriental Tea Lounge Provides Tranquil Escape in Las Vegas

Afternoon tea service offers views, plenty of tea options and a peaceful retreat from the Vegas Strip
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Shaena Engle

Desserts at the Mandarin Oriental’s afternoon tea.

Need a break from the bells and whistles of the casino floor? Then head to the tranquil Mandarin Oriental for a delightful, peaceful afternoon tea.

The non-casino resort’s tea lounge provides stunning city views 23 floors above the Las Vegas strip. The daily afternoon tea menu includes a vast selection of freshly brewed loose leaf black, green, oolong, and artisan blended teas and an option of adding a glass of Ruinart Rose or Perrier-Jouet champagne. Guests can also opt for one of the specialty health and wellness tea choices including Introspection, Life Through Water, Peace Through Water, and a Cold and Flu blend.

Food items include smoked salmon, cucumber, and Black Forest ham sandwiches; a goat cheese tartlet; and curried chicken in a sesame seed cone. Scones are served with Devonshire clotted cream and house-made marmalade and jams.

Desserts change seasonally but can include raspberry macaroons, dark chocolate cake with gold leaf, lemon tartlet, spicy cheesecake, and chocolate truffles.

The special children’s afternoon tea includes peanut butter and jelly and turkey and cheese sandwiches, scones, a cupcake, and selected pastries.

The adult afternoon tea starts at $38 and the children’s tea is $28.

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