Raffles Hainan presents Dinner in the Sky
Dinner in the Sky
Raffles Hainan has announced that it is now hosting the world famous Dinner in the Sky event at their luxury resort until 29 February 2016.
The events are hosted at a table suspended by a crane at a height of 50 meters, offering spectacular panoramic views across Raffles Hainan’ s beautiful landscaped grounds, the 12 kilometer Clearwater Bay and the sparkling South China Sea.
Dinner in the Sky is the world’s most unique dining concept, creating some of the finest private dining, cocktail parties, product launches, wedding receptions, and event experiences on a global scale. Only the second time held in China, Dinner in the Sky has to date been organized in some of the most fashionable cities in the world, such as London, Paris, Rome, Tokyo and Shanghai, and has seen some of the world’s most famous chefs don their whites and be hoisted into the sky to showcase their cooking.
The events are hosted at a table suspended by a crane at a height of 50 meters, offering spectacular panoramic views across Raffles Hainan’ s beautiful landscaped grounds, the 12 kilometer Clearwater Bay and the sparkling South China Sea. The organizers of this once in a lifetime experience have devoted painstaking attention to every detail in order to maximize security and ensure that guests always feel perfectly safe. This obsession with safety is one of the reasons why Dinner in the Sky has now gained official authorization from the toughest countries, including France, Canada, Australia and Israel.
Whilst experiencing Dinner in the Sky in Hainan, guests also get the chance to enjoy the high life by being pampered at Raffles’ luxury resort. Prior to ‘taking off’, guests who have booked Dinner in the Sky are invited to spend time at the welcome lounge where they will be treated to a welcome cocktail reception. Once airborne the resort’s team of talented chefs and mixologists will also be on board, offering the finest cuisine, wine and beverages to match the occasion.
Guests staying at Raffles Hainan will also get the chance to enjoy sweeping views of the area’s famed tropical hills and azure South China Sea long after their descent. The resort features 299 spacious rooms – starting at 80 sqm – all with private balconies and scenic views of the ocean or golf course. In addition are 32 beachfront villas, each with a swimming pool, garden and exclusive Clubhouse access.
7 innovative restaurants and bars offer a wide range of Western and Chinese cuisine, while the first Raffles Spa in China boasts numerous holistic international treatments designed to relax and rejuvenate. A full schedule of daily activities are available for both adults and children, many hosted at the 12 km stretch of white sandy beach or one of their landscaped swimming pools, and golfers can choose from one of two world class golf courses adjacent to the resort.
The Dinner in the Sky experience is available for Breakfast, Lunch, High Tea, Dinner and Evening Cocktails. For more information and bookings contact Raffles Hainan by phone on +86 (898) 8335 8608, or email at email@example.com.
About Raffles Hainan
Raffles Hainan features 299 elegant guestrooms and suites, starting from 80 sqm – the largest in Sanya. Each room enjoys magnificent ocean and golf course views from your private balcony. Offering even greater levels of privacy and exclusivity, 32 exquisitely appointed Private Villas are located by the beach. Each offers a private pool and garden, and access to a private Clubhouse, which offers a restaurant, gym, library and a relaxation lounge. Dining is a highlight at Raffles Hainan with five superb restaurants including Italian, Chinese, Asian and Western cuisines; the legendary Raffles’ Long Bar is also travelled to Hainan. The original Long Bar shares an important history with Hainan, as it was Ngiam Tong Boon a bartender from Hainan who first created the world-famous Singapore Sling in 1915. An ideal destination for high-level meetings, events and paradise weddings, Raffles Hainan has a 790 sqm ballroom, complemented by seven multifunctional meeting rooms. The duplex beachfront Pavilion is a uniquely romantic venue for beach weddings, banquets and anniversary celebrations. The first Raffles Spa in China is a sumptuous 1,400 sqm sensory retreat designed to resemble a small Chinese village. It represents the Raffles Spa philosophy of transformation with treatments inspired by the three stages of the lotus flower’s growth: Bud (body), Blossom (beauty) and Bloom (development). raffles.com/Hainan
SOURCE: Raffles Hainan
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