Kamuela, HI, April 19, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Top Big Island real estate website LuxuryBigIsland.com invites tea lovers to the 6th Annual Royal Tea Benefit, to be held at the Four Season Resort Hualalai this April 20, 2014.
“This event is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate tea and fine dining, while also joining the efforts of the members of the Big Island’s finest neighborhoods to give back to their community,” explained Harold Clarke, a known luxury real estate expert and the founder of LuxuryBigIsland.com.
The Royal Tea Benefit draws from the customary tea parties, which have always been the pastime of the affluent and a valued tradition of entertaining. Guests will be served with tea, as well as scones and clotted cream, assorted pastries, and finger sandwiches.
In addition, the event will feature a Silent Auction, an Easter Bonnet Contest and live music. Tickets cost $47 per head; and entire tables for 10 people may be reserved at $500. For reservations and information, call 324-7700. Most importantly, the proceeds of the tea will benefit the Hospice of Kona, an institution that provides holistic and compassionate care for the elderly.
Attendees will be hosted in the elegant Four Seasons Resort, famed for its exquisite interiors and exteriors inspired by the Aloha State’s golden age, wide collection of Hawaiian art, breathtaking views of the ocean and direct access to the beach. Moreover, the Four Seasons Resort is nestled at the historic Kaupulehu, and is home to the dramatic 18-hole Hualalai Golf Course designed by the famed American pro golfer Jack Nicklaus.
“LuxuryBigIsland.com is excited to welcome guests to the Annual Royal Tea Benefit, who I’m sure will fall in love with the majestic views, the history, and the warm culture of Hualalai. Here, they can wake up to the lovely sight of the Pacific or the lush mountains over a cup of tea, every single day,” Harold shared.