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Chihuly Lounge information
The Ritz-Carlton's plush, posh lounge keeps afternoons fabulous with its superlative high tea. Book ahead (two days for weekdays, a week or two for weekends) and join the coiffered for eight mini courses of delectable bites like sublime smoked salmon pastry and juicy macarons. Less appealing is the use of tea bags, an unworthy match for the beautiful French Bernardaud porcelain.
Tea pot empty and belly full, head to the concierge desk to borrow an iPod guide (bring photo ID) to the hotel's $5 million art collection, which includes works from the likes of Andy Warhol, David Hockney and Frank Serra.