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By webadmin | July 18 2012
Bangkok, Thailand – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazine
Tower Club at Lebua invites couples to start their lives together carefree and in luxury with the hotel’s newest extravagance, the Exceptional Wedding Package. All couples will be treated with the utmost comfort from the moment they arrive to their first-year wedding anniversary, with the help of the hotel’s personalized wedding organizer.
A wide array of ballrooms, beautifully adorned and grand in layout, cater just as well to grandiose productions and extensive guest lists as they do to intimate gatherings. Each function space ranges from 820- to 3,280-square-feet and is able to meet diverse requirements, with the largest space able to accommodate up to 800 guests. The hotel is located in a convenient part of the city and can be accessed by the expressway as well as the sky train nearby.
Guests will be treated with the culinary delights of The Dome’s internationally acclaimed restaurants including Mediterranean cuisine from Sirocco, modern European dishes from Mezzaluna, Asian bites from Breeze and authentic Indian and Lebanese cuisine from Cafe Mozu. The hotel’s highly skilled chefs offer a wide selection of customized menus to suit every taste.
Upon arrival, the bride and groom are pampered with imperial privileges including a ceremony filled with tasteful decor of European opulence and simple Thai motifs, exquisitely hand-crafted floral decorations, wedding garlands and five or seven tiers of wedding cake. The Exceptional Wedding Package also includes a one-night stay in a luxurious suite with romantic city and river views, exclusive in-suite breakfast and full access to all five-star hotel facilities. The bride and groom will also receive complimentary vouchers to sunset cocktails at the hotel’s Sky Bar before celebrating their first anniversary in a private room in one of Bangkok’s top fine dining restaurants, Mezzaluna, which will be accompanied by a live quartet and stunning views of the city skyline, as well as a special romantic set dinner by the hotel’s renowned twin chefs, Thomas and Mathias Suhring.