Princess Grace Afternoon Tea
"The idea of my life as a fairytale, is itself a fairytale" - Grace Kelly
This summer marks the 60th anniversary of the Royal Visit to Ireland by Prince Rainer and Princess Grace of Monaco who, along with their children, stayed at The Imperial Hotel in Cork on the 24th of June 1961. The princess, of course, had well-known Irish connections. Her grandfather, John Kelly, had been born at Drumirla, near Clew Bay, Co Mayo and Ireland was always close to her heart.
The Royal visit saw the people of Cork flock in their thousands to the South Mall, to catch a glimpse of the beautiful Princess. During her stay, the then manager insisted the royal couple be served Irish stew.
Princess Grace remains a major icon of screen and style, to this day! Elegance and grace define her memory and from the moment you indulge in the afternoon tea, inspired by Grace Kelly’s favourite things, you will be immediately overcome by a sense of understated opulence.
Whilst we will do all we can to accommodate guests with food intolerances and allergies we are unable to guarantee that dishes will be completely allergen-free. Please let us know if you suffer from allergies or have special dietary requirements
Monday to Sunday: 12pm to 4pm
Booking available to hotel residents only, as per the government guidelines
Contact: 021 4274040