You will find the The Waldorf Hilton, London, in Aldwych and as a guest of the Tango tea you will be introduced to a contemporary twist on the Argentine Tango teas that the hotel was famous for in the early 1900′s.
The new events will celebrate the 100 year anniversary of when the Argentine Tango was first performed at The Waldorf and will be held in the hotel’s English Heritage protected, Palm Court, the very room that inspired the ballroom of the Titanic.
Upon arrival you will receive a complimentary glass of Fantinel Rose and then you will be coached through a 45 minute dance class with Argentine Tango professionals, Leonardo Acosta and Tracey Tyack-King, who have a combined teaching experience of 48 years.
Following the dance lesson, guests will be treated to the Tango Essence cocktail. Created by mixologist, Daniel Carvalho, at the hotel’s Good Godfrey’s bar, the cocktail is a blend of Martin Miller’s Gin, Mandarin Napoleon, forest tea, fresh lemon juice, vanilla sugar and a dash of rose water.
After that there will be a sit down dinner whilst Leonardo and Tracey take centre stage in Palm Court and perform their Argentine Tango, inviting diners to take to the floor as well.
The Waldorf’s heritage dates back to 1908 and the hotel is undergoing an extensive project, including a multi million pound refurbishment, to bring back the hotel’s art deco character and style.
The two course dinner and lesson is priced at £105 per person and is great for anyone that loves a bit of heritage and a dance. You can find your tickets at the Waldorf website.