Astor Court at The St. Regis Hotel, New York City is one of the best places for a classic and elegant afternoon tea. Located at No. 2 East 55th Street and Fifth Avenue, The 18-story French Beaux-Arts style hotel was built in 1901 and opened in 1904. The hotel has many famous residents and known for the iconic Old King Cole painting which was made the centerpiece of the King Cole Bar. King Cole Bar is famous for its St. Regis Bloody Mary drink.
St Regis afternoon tea is one of the best hotel venues for afternoon tea. The afternoon tea is served at the Astor Court, with its high ceiling and mural painting.
Upon sitting, guests would be presented with an afternoon tea menu, with a history of afternoon tea on the first page, follow with Lady Astor’s Tea menu for $65.00 per person, Dali Tea set menu for $85.00 per person, all not including tax and gratuity
The interior of Astor Court represents the grandeur of the dining area with a beautiful vaulted ceiling supported by gold corinthian columns and bordered with gold cornices and generous amount of crystal chandeliers.
Dining table covered with gray tablecloth and top with crisp white linen. Dried roses in crystal vases adorned the tables and completed with upholstered chairs.
The side of the high ceiling showcases the people, horses and kingdom mural