Mayfair Hotel Launches Champagne Experience

By P. Joseph

A prestigious London hotel has launched a new champagne initiative called "150", named after the measurement of a magnum of champagne.

The 5-star May Fair Hotel, located in the eponymous Mayfair district in London’s West End, has created the service in partnership with luxury wines and spirits company Moët Hennessy UK.

Under the new offering, guests can enjoy premium magnums of vintage champagnes paired with a menu of small plate dining from the hotel’s Chef Patron Silvena Rowe.

Hotel General Manager, Anthony Lee, said: “The May Fair has always been a high-profile place to be seen.

“The idea behind 150 is to provide an even more exclusive experience by offering magnum bottle service of premium champagne paired with a carefully selected menu by our new chef that can be enjoyed for a celebratory occasion, or by the VIP clientele who regularly stay with us.”

Amongst the lavish food and champagne combinations are the Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé 1998 for 12 guests, featuring four magnums of Dom Pérignon coupled with four canapés for each guest, priced at £4,400.

Each unique offering can be experienced individually or in groups of up to 36.

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By P. Joseph