Phuket, Thailand, 21st February 2018 – Two unforgettable culinary events were held this month at Phuket Marriott Resort and Spa, Nai Yang Beach, allowing guests to celebrate Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year.
The expert chefs from the resort’s The Andaman Kitchen and Big Fish restaurants created a series of stunning beachfront buffet dinners that reflected the exquisite ambience of each occasion.
Couples were able to celebrate their love for each other with a fantastic Valentine’s Day dinner on the pristine sands of Nai Yang Beach. To create the most romantic atmosphere, eight white silk cabanas were set up on the beach, providing perfect seclusion for the diners. In addition, a dedicated Valentine’s buffet was served up at Big Fish, the seafront restaurant.
Then on the night of Chinese New Year, a Hong Kong-style dining experience was created at The Andaman Kitchen. An extensive buffet spread featured an array of classical Cantonese dishes and festive favorites, providing the perfect celebratory evening for the whole family to enjoy.
Both these culinary events provided wonderful opportunities for guests to unwind with their loved ones, either for an intimate romantic evening or a fun-filled family celebration.
These events also showcased the resort’s ability to make magical memories and allow its guests to celebrate life’s major milestones even when they are far from home.
“At Phuket Marriott Resort & Spa, Nai Yang Beach we always aim to be innovative and exceed our guests’ expectations. With our fantastic culinary occasions, we have enabled our guests to celebrate the occasions that are most precious to them in unique and meaningful ways. We will continue trying to perfect the art of hosting and allowing our guests to ‘Travel Brilliantly’, in line with Marriott’s brand promise,” said by David Ippersiel, the resort’s General Manager.
For more information and to book your next culinary journey at Phuket Marriott Resort & Spa, Nai Yang Beach, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call +66 (0)76 625 555.