Roy’s Lounge holds Royal Baby contest

HALIFAX—Patrons of Roy’s Lounge at the Westin Nova Scotian Hotel are enjoying some Roy-al drinks as the world waits for Prince William and his wife, Kate, to have their baby.

Roy Clorey (left) with Glenn Bowie, area director, sales and marketing for New Castle Hotels & Resorts.

Roy Clorey (left) with Glenn Bowie, area director, sales and marketing for New Castle Hotels & Resorts.

HALIFAX—Patrons of Roy’s Lounge at the Westin Nova Scotian
Hotel are enjoying some Roy-al drinks as the world waits for Prince William and
his wife, Kate, to have their baby. The drinks are the Little Princess, made from vodka, pineapple juice,
cranberry juice and sparkling wine on ice; and the Prince Charming made from
blue Curacao, peach schnapps and soda over ice. With the purchase of the pink
or blue drinks, guests have a chance to win one night’s stay plus a $100 food
and beverage credit, in what’s dubbed the Roy-al Baby Contest.

Roy’s Lounge is named for Roy Clorey, a bartender who is
celebrating his 50th year at the hotel. Clorey says he has been
there through many general mangers and several name changes for the bar since
he started in 1963.