Celebrate the Year of the Ox with the Rosewood Hong Kong
WITH CHINESE New Year right around the corner, the Rosewood Hong Kong launches a one-of-a-kind luxury accommodation, an opportunity to taste the cuisine and a chance to buy some exceptional gifts for loved ones.
Unveiling alongside all of these, is the special New Year: A Vision of Hope festive red packaging that is designed with a hexagonal window inspired by traditional Chinese gardens with mountain and floral detailing to symbolise hope and optimism for the year ahead.
For those staying at home, the Rosewood is offering floral arrangements from Blooms and Blossoms to be ordered from them, as well as dishes that can be ordered to be enjoyed from your dining room made by the Rosewood Chef Supper Club – helping to take any fuss out of the occasion.
With Chinese New Year being a joyous moment, the Rosewood have curated three hampers that contain a variety of delicious goods, such as homemade Chinese New Year Pudding and XO sauce by Chef Li of The Legacy House, festive snacks, egg rolls, Japanese shiitake mushrooms and dried scallops to name a few.
The hampers are named Joy, Luck and Hope, and with every Joy and Luck hamper sold, part of the profits will be donated to CNY Fortune bags to underprivileged families in Hong Kong.
For those wishing to spend the beginning of the Year of the Ox away from home, the Rosewood is presenting a Spring Festival Stay package that starts from February 1 and continues until the end of that month.
A complimentary third night stay is given with every two consecutive night booking along with the benefits of breakfast in Holt’s Cafe, a K11 Musea e-Voucher, complimentary KLUB 11 Gold Card membership and shopping privileges – what more could you want?
With this being a time to be with your friends and family, the Rosewood is offering a selection of celebratory menus that take the best of the traditional dishes and executes them with a modern spin. This fine dining experience sees a plethora of dishes ranging from steamed minced fish dumplings to roasted goose liver with pork belly and mushroom to The Three Lucky Stars (steamed Lobster tricolour dumplings) and New Year of Fortune (Wagyu Beef) at – there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy.
by Imogen Clark
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