Thanksgiving on the road – Luxury hotels cash in on holiday cheer

Luxury Hotels want to make the average business traveller feel at home.

With the Holiday season kicking off in the US with Thanksgiving – travellers are able to #nomnomnom their way without missing  a beat on any Holiday cheer

 

Here are the best:

British Thanksgiving Feast at The Milestone Hotel, London

The five-star Milestone Hotel in Kensington London will celebrate Thanksgiving Day with a three-course dining experience in the hotel’s Cheneston’s Restaurant. The menu will feature American classics with a gourmet, British spin, such as seafood chowder, smoked pork ribs with cornbread, winter kale salad and pecan pie. The Thanksgiving dinner is priced at $87 per person (for guests staying November 23rd).

 

 

Cooking Class with Paris Perfect

Americans in Paris need not worry about missing out on a traditional American meal this Thanksgiving. Luxury apartment rental and concierge service Paris Perfect offers holiday themed cooking classes where an experienced local chef will instruct guests on how to prepare the perfect Thanksgiving meal, with a Parisian spin of course. This experience is ideal for the whole family to partake in, either in the comfort of the guest’s own spacious apartment or at a local chef’s home.

  • Find more information about Paris Perfect’s Gourmet Offerings here:

https://www.parisperfect.com/tours/cooking-classes-in-paris/

 

 

Thanksgiving Feast at The Merrion Hotel, Dublin

The Merrion Hotel is offering its guests a bountiful Thanksgiving feast over the holiday. The offerings include a traditional Irish roast turkey dinner with thyme and apricot stuffing, roast potatoes, brussels sprouts and pumpkin crush with marshmallows. As a nod to the holiday’s American origin, the hotel will serve regional dishes such as New England clam chowder and New Orleans gumbo with tiger prawns and rice pilaf. A glazed pecan pie topped with Bourbon ice cream finishes the menu.

 

 

Irish Thanksgiving at The Lodge at Ashford Castle, Ireland

Sitting within the 350-acre estate of Ashford Castle, The Lodge invites guests to indulge in an Irish Thanksgiving. Guests can experience a festive holiday dinner accompanied by traditional Irish music by Carmel Dempsey, Brenda Curtin Diviney and Mike Stewart. The dinner is priced at $76 per person (for guests staying November 23rd). Book an overnight stay which includes accommodation, Thanksgiving dinner and full Irish breakfast the following morning overlooking the Lough Corrib from $271 for two people sharing.

 

 

Thanksgiving To-Go at Baur au Lac, Switzerland

In 2014, Zurich’s iconic Baur au Lac hotel (where Daniel Humm trained at the hotel’s Michelin-starred Pavillion) prepared a Thanksgiving meal as a special treat for a group of American guests staying on-site. When word got out locally about the hotel’s traditional Thanksgiving meal and the Head Chef Maurice Marro’s golden turkey, the orders came in. For the third year now, the luxury hotel will prepare its Thanksgiving dinner to-go, available for delivery and pick up at the hotel. The turkeys are served with an assortment of traditional sides, as well as a tray of farce (stuffing), a savory mixture of veal, pork, apples, shallots and parsley. Recipes for both the turkey and stuffing can be provided.

 

 

“Taste of Fall” Feast at QT Port Douglas, Australia

This year, QT Port Douglas has a special Thanksgiving feast planned for a “taste of fall” in the Aussie tropical paradise of Queensland, home to the Great Barrier Reef. Guests can enjoy holiday classics like wood-roasted yams seasoned with nutmeg and thyme, a clay baked turkey and even pumpkin pie topped with whipped Chantilly cream.  The package is priced at $65 per person and includes a welcome drink upon arrival.

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