It’s time for a very special Christmas Seafood Dinner 2017 this December 24th! Let family and loved ones come together for a memorable time enjoying each other’s company! From 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm, experience first-hand The SQUARE’s transformation into a festive haven full of delicious dishes such as whole roast turkey with traditional trimmings, baked whole salmon and grilled sausages. From the sea, get ready to sample fresh sashimi or choose from an extensive grilled seafood selection featuring NZ mussels, tiger prawns and more. Pick your favorite dishes from our offering of international flavors, ranging from Indian, Chinese, Thai and more!
But keep some space for dessert! Once a year highlights include yule-log cake, gingerbread men and sweet puddings sure to put smiles on faces. Our own house DJ will keep the mood festive-funky and spin tracks all throughout dinner service. And don’t forget to remind the kids to be on their best behavior to meet Santa and friends! Who knows what gifts will be in store for those on the “nice” list…? At only THB 1,888++/person for adults, reserve your Christmas Eve Buffet dinner today! Children under 6 years old dine for free; while children aged 6 – 12 years enjoy 50% off at THB 944++/child.
Your time is precious, so enjoy the many convenient ways there are to get to the hotel! The SQUARE on the 6th floor of the Novotel Bangkok Platinum Pratunam is easily reached via private car or your preferred public transport. Come by BTS and get off at BTS Chidlom or Siam, the hotel is a brisk 10-15 mins walk, now made even easier with the R Walk (Bangkok Skyline). Or, simply hop on a commuter boat and get off at Pratunam pier. The hotel is just across.
It pays to plan ahead for your Christmas Seafood Dinner 2017! Book and pre-pay before November 30th to enjoy the Early Bird discount rates, with 25% off for Accor Plus members and 15% discount for non-members. Call 02-209-1700 ext. 8703 or email email@example.com to make your bookings or for further inquiries.
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