‘Tis the season for friends, family and food. At Four Seasons Hotel Beijing, the holidays are packed with delicious brunches, hampers brimming with scrumptious treats and festive holiday dinners that bring together nearest and dearest for unforgettable experiences.
Four Seasons Hotel Beijing believes in the spirit of giving, both to its guests, and to the surrounding community that makes everything at Four Seasons possible. The Tree of Hope is an opportunity to make a difference in a young girl’s life. Guests can hang their own mini Christmas card on the Christmas tree and help less fortunate young girls go to school. Each card is CNY 99, and all proceeds from the Tree of Hope sales, along with five percent of the total revenue of all Four Seasons festive goodies sales will go to Educating Girls of Rural China. Every CNY 5,000 donation to EGRC means a full year of high school for one young girl in Gansu province.
Every Sunday through 27 December, 2015, guests can enjoy a brunch of festive proportions at Opus Lounge with gourmet holiday dishes from around the world, including roast tom turkey and Peking duck (CNY 498 per person with free flow soft drinks, or CNY 558 with free flow beer and house wines). Or, they can try Opus Lounge’s Festive Afternoon Tea until 31 December and sample delightful holiday treats such as yule log cake, traditional Christmas fruit cake, festive tree cupcakes and yuzu and Granny Smith tartlets for CNY 268 per person including tea or coffee.
Mio is the place to bring friends and family to celebrate the holidays in style. On 24 December, guests will find a special menu bursting with festive Italian holiday favourites from Chef Aniello Turco, including squid gnocchi alla puttanesca, black cod in white sauce, black Imperial Caviar and Blake fish roe, and panettone tarte for CNY 888 per person. For New Year’s Eve, Chef Turco is preparing a six-course tasting menu with wine pairings for CNY 1,988 per person.
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