A Sunday brunch with fresh seafood on ice, a buffet dinner replete with a paella cooking station, and a mojito menu with a Spanish and Thai spin are among Meliá Chiang Mai’s array of new dining offerings.
After its April debut in arguably Thailand’s most enchanting destination, the urban hotel is drawing on Meliá’s Spanish origins and celebrating Spain’s famed gastronomy with a series of culinary promotions from 1 July to 30 September.
Dubbed ‘Brunch del Domingo’, an indulgent Sunday buffet brunch to be staged on the first and last Sunday of the month from 11:30am-3pm features a host of Spanish, Mediterranean and Thai offerings including imported charcuterie, chilled prawns, Mediterranean salads and a live cooking station.
Drawing cards of an international dinner buffet, called “¡Es viernes!” as it is held on the first and last Friday night of the month from 6-10pm, include tapas and pinchos, and live cooking of gambas al ajillo and grilled river prawns.
The Sunday buffet brunch and international buffet dinner will both be staged at the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant Laan Na Kitchen, which serves authentic Mediterranean cuisine in a vibrant marketplace setting.
The hotel’s mixologists have concocted a selection of six mojitos, putting Spanish and Thai interpretations on the much-loved Cuban cocktail, available at the hotel’s first floor Ruen Kaew Lounge and second floor Tien Pool Bar adjoining Meliá Chiang Mai’s swimming pool. The mojito promotion adds the likes of wild berries, passionfruit, pineapple, watermelon and lemongrass to the cocktail’s traditional ingredients – rum, sugar, lime, fresh mint and soda – to give it a distinct twist.
The first five-star hotel to debut in Chiang Mai since the onset of the global pandemic, Meliá Chiang Mai is located on Charoen Prathet Road, soaring over the Ping River and Night Bazaar. Housed in a 22-floor tower fronted by an adjoining seven-floor podium building, Meliá Chiang Mai’s host of top-notch facilities includes two restaurants, two bars and two lounges.
For information and reservations, please contact +66 52 090 602 or email [email protected] or visit https://www.melia.com/en/hotels/thailand/chiang-mai/melia-chiang-mai/index.htm
The Sunday brunch is THB 1,499 nett per person, THB 750 nett per child aged six to 12 years, and free for children aged five and below. The international dinner buffet is THB 1,400 nett per person, THB 700 nett for children aged six to 12 years, and free for children aged five and younger. Meliá Chiang Mai offers a “come four, pay three” promotion, meaning four guests can attend the Sunday brunch and international buffet dinner for the price of three guests, if booked at least one week in advance with a non-refundable deposit. A two-hour free-flow package with house wine, draft beer and soft drinks to accompany the Sunday brunch and international dinner buffet is THB 1,000 nett per person. Priced at THB 260 per glass, the six mojitos are available daily from 10am – 10pm.