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Building on last year’s success, Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok is bringing back the “Nutcracker” ballet weekend festive afternoon tea buffet.

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On Saturdays and Sundays from 2pm to 5pm the hotel’s lobby will be transformed into a Christmas extravaganza with ballet dancers performing parts of the Tchaikovsky classic around a 7-metre-tall Christmas tree. There will also be a sumptuous festive spread paired with delectable hot beverages for diners to feast on.
The hotel’s Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin Restaurant is also offering a special dinner every Saturday this month accompanied by a rendition of “Swan Lake” and contemporary Thai dance. The eight-course meal will also be paired with carefully selected wines.

Bangkok’s Siam Kempinski offers a ‘magical’ Christmas this year
While ballet and culinary offerings may keep the adults happy, some of the younger guests may enjoy a visit from Santa at The Addition restaurant. He is there every Saturday, and will also appear on Christmas Eve.
Meanwhile, Christmas Eve will be marked with the singing of carols in the lobby from 6pm and guests can continue their celebration by either tucking into a festive buffet at ALATi or a special eight-course meal with wine at Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin.
In keeping with the festive season, ALATi will be serving a special Christmas Day brunch with all the trimmings and a “semi buffet à la minute” or sauces cooked to order served at the table.
Siam Kempinski will mark New Year’s Eve with a countdown and afterparty in its lobby. Before the countdown, diners can either opt for a buffet feast at the Niche restaurant, a 10-course dinner at the Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin or à la carte options at ALATi.
Since this is the season for giving, the hotel also offers hampers and other festive goodies at a counter in the lobby.
Visit www.kempinski.com for more information.

Published : December 04, 2020

By : The Nation