A great British tradition at Hyatt Regency London



3 September 2009


Something special is happening in the heart of London’s Portman Village in Marylebone. With true British spirit, the luxurious five-star hotel, Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill is supporting Breast Cancer Care with a cup of tea and slice of cake.

Each week, this welcoming and relaxing hotel will offer a different slice of cake with a cup of tea with 10% of each sale going to Breast Cancer Care (a registered charity in England and Wales, no. 1017658). This is an ideal opportunity to delight in a great British tradition, whether its businessmen holding a meeting, girls post-shopping or family reunions at the weekend.

The mouth-watering cakes will be quintessentially British, including favourites such as Victoria Sponge with strawberry jam and Chantilly cream, a delicate pink and white Strawberry Battenberg and a traditional Bakewell Tart. Those who wish to add a touch of sparkle to their tea and cake can include a glass of champagne. Guests can choose from a fine selection of exquisite JING teas including Jing Sapphire Earl Grey, Darjeeling 2nd Flush, Organic Bohea Lapsang and Organic Silver Needle.

The quintessentially British themed cake and a pot of tea will be served every day between 11:00am and 10:45pm and is available at £9.00 per person and at £16.50 per person inclusive of a glass of champagne. For reservations, email montagu.hrlondon@hyatt.com.

In the UK, someone is diagnosed with breast cancer every 11 minutes. Breast Cancer Care provides free support and information to people affected by breast cancer, and their friends and families, when they need it most.

For more information about Breast Cancer Care, email helen.wylie@breastcancercare.org.uk.


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