By RITA DeMONTIS, QMI Agency
What better place to enjoy celebrating the upcoming royal nuptials of Prince William to Kate Middleton than at the very place where many a royal has called home: Le Meridien King Edward hotel on King St. E., Toronto.
It's where everyone from King Edward VIII (after whom the hotel was named), Prince George, HRH Prince Philip, the Queen Mother, Princess Margaret, Princess Anne not to mention some of the Hollywood royalty that has stayed including Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Paul Newman and Britney Spears -- they've all relaxed and kicked back Canadian style at this famed Canadian landmark.
For this auspicious occasion, Le Meridien King Edward is offering a very special breakfast in its famous Sovereign Ballroom starting at 5 a.m. to 9 a.m., featuring some of Chef Daniel Schick and his team's the finest traditional English breakfast treats, plus a chance to enjoy the Royal Wedding on screen.
The menu includes freshly squeezed orange or grapefruit eye openers, three-tiered scone stand, traditional crumpets, smoked salmon on dill mustard seed scones, fig and sour cherry hot cross muffins, beautiful raspberry and passion fruit yogurt trifle, plus, the hotel's commemorative Royal Wedding tea especially created for this occasion. Price is $65 inclusive per person.
For more information or to book, call 416-863-3248 or visit LeMeridien.com/kingedward.
This story was posted on Mon, April 11, 2011
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