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Mother's Day High Tea

Sunday May 12, 2019
10:30 - 12:00
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The Alex Hotel and Centre for Stories are collaborating to bring you a special high tea for Mother’s Day on Sunday 12 May.

Treat her to tea and tales on the rooftop of Alex Hotel. Indulge in a delightful high tea provided by Alex Hotel while listening to two storytellers share a personal story about motherhood.

Win a night’s stay at Alex Hotel!

Our friends at Alex Hotel are offering a night’s stay in one of their beautiful rooms to one lucky winner!

Those who purchase a ticket to the Mother’s Day High Tea before 1st May will automatically go into the running to win the prize. The winner will be announced at the Mother’s Day High Tea on 12th May.

A delicious selection of house-made sandwiches and sweet treats.

Unlimited mimosa, accompanied by a selection of tea and coffee.
Wine also available to purchase.



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The Alex Hotel was created by locals and designed to welcome all travellers. Centrally located in the cultural heart of Perth, we invite you to share in our love of this friendly and vibrant city.

Location: Alex Hotel, 50 James Street Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

Alex Hotel is wheelchair accessible.

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