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Beijing: Hotel listings

(China Daily)
Updated: 2011-04-11 14:15
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Beijing: Hotel listings

Asian delicacies

Scene a Cafe at China World Hotel is serving up a noodle feast - from Beijing noodles to Singaporean laksa - and wok dishes. Available from April 11-24.

010-6505-2266 Ext 35

Easter Sunday meal

Hopfenstube at Crowne Plaza Beijing Chaoyang U-Town is offering an Easter Sunday German brunch on April 24. The meal costs 288 yuan per person, with children under 12 eating for free. Price includes free flow of house brewed beer and soft drink, Easter ham carving and Brazilian barbeque, and a kids' corner.


Beijing: Hotel listings

Spring menu

The chef at Macao Chinese Restaurant, Legendale Beijing, has created a series of unique dishes for spring, such as sauted sliced sea whelk with winter melon, sauted scallop with shrimp, celery and cuttlefish.

010- 8511-3388 Ext 8968

Easter treats

From April 15 to 24, Kempi Deli will offer a range of seasonal cakes and pastries for Easter. Enjoy chocolate-chip bunny bread, bronze, silver and gold chocolate pralines, and cross-buns fresh from the oven.

010-6465-3388 Ext 4227

Beijing: Hotel listings

Taste of Malaysia

Seasonal Tastes at The Westin Beijing Chaoyang is bringing in two Malaysian chefs from Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur for an authentic Malay buffet spread that can be enjoyed to the accompaniment of Malay arts, music and entertainment. Until April 23. 328 yuan plus 15 percent per person.


Festival brunch

The Easter brunch at T-Bazaar of Traders Hotel, Beijing, will have Easter-themed cakes, chocolate rabbits and eggs, and activities for children. The meal costs 228 yuan per person and 168 yuan per child under the age of 12.

010-6505-2277 Ext 35


Beijing: Hotel listings

Canton feast

Golden Phoenix Chinese Restaurant at Hotel Equatorial Shanghai recently launched its Cantonese dim sum promotion for April. Every day between 11:30 am and 2:30 pm, a wide selection of authentic Cantonese dim sum made with fresh ingredients is available in the restaurant, priced from only 8 yuan per dish.

021-6248-1688 Ext 2374

Dim sum brunch

Every Saturday and Sunday from April 9, Canton at Grand Hyatt Shanghai invites you to enjoy the new unlimited dim sum brunch featuring a selection of authentic Cantonese appetizers, dim sum, hot dishes, vegetables, rice and noodles, and desserts, including honey glazed barbecued pork, deep fried spring rolls with shrimps and more. The brunch is priced at 238 yuan per person with 15 percent surcharge.

021-5047-1234 Ext 8778/9

Beijing: Hotel listings

Easter treat

Atrium Cafe at Hilton Shanghai will feature a buffet of international cuisine from noon to 3 pm this Easter. Guests can enjoy the holiday with champagne, beer and other cool beverages. At the kid's corner, children can have their fill of Easter fun at the egg painting activity and by watching the sidesplitting antics by the guest clown. The buffet is priced at 368 yuan per person with free flow of soft drink and local beer and 448 yuan with free flow of Mumm Champagne. Both prices are subject to 15 percent surcharge.

021-6248-7777 Ext 1860

Book early and get 15 percent off

Ramada Shanghai Zhabei is offering a special discount. All the guests who book rooms in advance can enjoy a 15 percent discount off the rate. Located on Gonghexin Lu in Zhabei district, the 247-room hotel offers easy access to Shanghai Railway Station.

021-5672-1188 Ext 8118

Beijing: Hotel listings

Semi-buffet lunch

MoMo cafe at Courtyard by Marriott Shanghai Puxi launched a semi-buffet lunch of only 88 yuan per person with 16 signature main courses, such as Japanese pork chop with steamed rice, Hainan chicken rice, noodle with BBQ pork, shrimp and abalone sauce, Mexican wraps and much more. You can choose one main course from 16 selections and enjoy healthy salad, soup and dessert buffet.


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