Ring in a Roaring 20s New Year at The Sukhothai Shanghai!

By That's Shanghai, December 16, 2020

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Join an extravagant New Year's Eve Party to usher in 2021! The Holiday Season at The Sukhothai Shanghai will culminate in a 'Roaring 20s' themed event. 

The evening will get underway with welcome bubbles and canapés served at URBAN Lounge. Guests will then move on to La Scala for a sumptuous five-course set dinner.

Starter

Marinated Hokkaido scallops, citrus, black crown pearl caviar

Intermediate

Homemade cacio e pepe ravioli, black truffle

Seafood

Roasted blue lobster, root vegetables, basil bisque jus

Meat

Seared Australian angus beef fillet, peppered potatoes, albufera sauce

Dessert

Classic Mont Blanc, yuzu gel, citrus sauce

Dinner is followed by a midnight countdown party with – of course! – more bubbly! 

All that is RMB988 net per person, but book before December 20 through the hotel e-shop to enjoy an early bird offer of just RMB888 net:

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Want to join the countdown party only? RMB150 net per person includes one glass of champagne, while you can enjoy 'buy-one-get-one' on bubbles all night.

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With a party as good as that, why go home? Instead, book the Swing to 2021 Staycation at The Sukhothai Shanghai and usher in the New Year in a unique way. RMB3,388 net includes one night accommodation in an executive room, breakfast for two at URBAN Café, the five-course New Year's Eve set dinner at La Scala for two and countdown party with a glass of champagne each. 

After a night like that, you're not going to be in a rush in the morning, so a late check-out at 3pm if thrown in on compassionate grounds. All that is a New Year's Eve only special, available exclusively on December 31, and advance reservation is required, so get calling: (86 21) 5237 8888.

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With the festive season upon us, The Sukhothai Shanghai has partnered with GB-DAVID to launch its new festive afternoon tea. Drawing inspiration from the unique aesthetics of GB-DAVID, the hotel’s Pastry Chef Lisa is presenting her special creations to highlight this holiday season. 

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Dating back to 1950, the story of GB-DAVID began with the opening of the first family workshop in Paris specializing in the maintenance and repairing of luxury leather. Since then, more than 14,000 leather bags and accessories have been produced by the brand. Designer David bases himself in the Shanghai Studio, dedicating his time to design and production.

Inspired by the classic Chantilly of GB-DAVID, the chestnut Mont Blanc will leave guests with a beautiful winter memory emanating from its sweet aroma. The black forest macaroon, meanwhile, sees the combination of dark chocolate cream and cherry jam paired with the aroma of gin, for an innovative twist. 

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GB-DAVID afternoon tea will be available at the hotel’s URBAN Lounge through January 15, and the RMB358 net per set for two persons to share includes all of the following:

Sweet

Monkey 47 black cherry macaroon

Black sesame macaroon

Chestnut Mont Blanc

Valrhona (72%), apricot sacher cake

Valrhona Ghana chocolate cream, cinnamon red apple, vanilla

Ginger chocolate tree, mixed nuts

Scones

Minced meat

Gordon‘s gin pickled cranberry

Clotted cream, jam

Savory

Turkey roll, truffle mayonnaise

Fried seafood ball with caviar, chili sauce

Salmon crab roll, mustard sauce

Beverage

Violet

Peddler’s gin, tonic, violet liqueur, cranberry, lemon

Rose

Seedlip, tonic, rose syrup, lemon

Coffee or tea

As if it was possible to resist before, the GB-DAVID afternoon tea is available for the special price of RMB288 net in the hotel WeChat e-shop.

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