The British-inflected resort now is supplying a minimal-time tea assistance termed “The Crown.”

M.M. Cloutier

With "The Crown" afternoon tea experience, The Chesterfield aims to give guests the royal treatment with, among other things, elegant pastries.

To its roster of afternoon-tea companies, The Chesterfield has additional a further tea practical experience that aims to give company the royal procedure.

The British-inflected lodge, 363 Cocoanut Row, now is providing a constrained-time tea provider termed “The Crown.”

Obtainable by Jan. 31 in The Chesterfield’s wood-paneled library, al fresco courtyard or Leopard Lounge, The Crown afternoon tea gilds the hotel’s other afternoon tea providers by incorporating more-stylish pastries, amid other points.

They include almond financier opera hazelnut cake, in addition fruit tarts and embellished chocolate-included strawberries.

The Crown tea also characteristics an array of finger sandwiches, from smoked salmon with dill cream cheese on brown bread to roasted chicken salad with chopped almonds on white bread.

An array of extra-fancy pastries are offered as part of "The Crown" afternoon tea experience at The Chesterfield.

Scones, served with Devonshire cream and strawberry preserves, also are part of the expertise. And, of training course, attendees can pick out from a collection of unfastened-leaf teas.

As an up grade, you can choose for a glass of Lanson Champagne, a purveyor of bubbly to the British royal relatives.

The constrained-time Crown afternoon tea, which is offered from midday to 4 p.m. day by day, is $38 a individual.