The Murray, Hong Kong invites guests to make a date with destiny this February with special Valentine’s Day menus at Popinjays and The Tai Pan, an exclusive accommodation package designed to provide couples with the ultimate romantic getaway right in the heart of the city, as well as an all-inclusive wedding photography package.
Sanctuary of Love
Available for stays from 1 to 29 February 2020, the “Sanctuary of Love” package is the perfect choice for those looking to spend their Valentine’s Day in the lap of luxury. The all-inclusive package is charged on a per room, per night basis and includes:
Complimentary daily breakfast for two adults
A 60-minute couple’s massage at Wellness at The Murray
Four-course dinner for two at Popinjays, the hotel’s signature rooftop bar and restaurant
A welcome bottle of Niccolo’s signature prosecco and Valentine’s Day amenities
Complimentary Grown Alchemist “Lip-Locked” 1+1 lip balm set
Extended check-out until 4pm
The “Sanctuary of Love” package starts from HKD3,800+. Rate is charged on a per room, per night basis and subject to 10% service charge.
Romantic Dinners to Impress Your Date
Popinjays, the hotel’s signature rooftop bar and restaurant serving Modern European fare and featuring dazzling views of the cityscape, will put guests in the mood for love this Valentine’s Day. Proving that good things do come in pairs, Popinjays will present a special pair of menus, with one focused on meat and the other on seafood. Each course on the menu employs similar cooking techniques and garnishes analogous in flavour profile and texture to create a perfectly complementary Valentine’s Day dinner experience. Diners will notice strong parallels between the Milk Fed Veal Tartare with vitello tonnato sauce and potato crisp, and the Japanese Sea Bream Tartare with sumac vinaigrette and taro chips. Priced at HKD 888 for four courses and HKD 1,088 for six courses, guests can order from both menus and share bites off each other’s plates in the spirit of a more amorous and intimate dining experience. Available only on 14 February, highlights on the turf-centric menu also include the Double Duck Consommé, and the Braised and Roasted Wagyu Beef. The surf-focused menu features the Strong Lobster Consommé and the Slow Poached Cod Fish.
For a romantic start to the season, Popinjays is also serving a feast of sweet and savoury afternoon tea treats in rosy hues throughout the month of February. Priced at HKD 728 for two guests, the Red Afternoon Tea promises to melt any heart, featuring the Foie Gras Terrine with Red Wine and Sour Cherry Gelee and Raspberry Macaron with Peppermint Mascarpone Cheese. Pair with a handcrafted themed cocktail or rose champagne for added pleasure.
This 14 and 15 February, The Tai Pan offers lovebirds an elegant dinner menu revolving
around lobster, the food favoured by romantics. The four-course menu is priced at HKD 688 per person and comes with an option to add a wine pairing at HKD 344 per person. Highlights include the Signature Lobster Caesar Salad, Thai-style Spicy Australian Lobster Soup and Blue Lobster & Orange Glazed Chicken Breast.
Capture Intimate Moments
Nestled along the legendary Cotton Tree Drive, within walking distance of Central’s Marriage Registry and St John’s Cathedral, The Murray, Hong Kong is the city’s pre-eminent wedding address. Stately architectural features and stunning views of the Hong Kong’s iconic skyline deliver the city’s most singular beacon of style, making The Murray the perfect backdrop for wedding photographs.
The Murray is collaborating with Central Weddings and Jenny Tong Fine Art Photography to curate an all-inclusive wedding photography package covering venue rental, wedding gown and photography service, exclusively available from now until 30 April 2020.
At HKD 39,000*, couples can look forward to their choice of wedding gown from Central Weddings’ selected pieces by designers including Monique Lhuillier, Marchesa and Badgley Mischka; and a two-hour photography service and fully edited collection of portraits shot by celebrated photographer Jenny Tong against the opulence of The Murray’s outdoor venues and rooftop terrace.
Highlights of photography locations at The Murray include The Arches, bordered by the iconic crescents of the hotel’s archways; Cotton Tree Terrace, set against the stately arches; and Popinjays’ rooftop deck, overlooking 270-degree views of Hong Kong’s Central District, The Peak and Park.
*The offer and venues are subject to availability. The Popinjays terrace is only available from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The offer must be used before 31 December, 2020, or will be forfeited.