Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel is restaging its “German Beer Festival” in the lobby at the Palms Café and Bar from October 1 until the end of the year. The festival pays homage to Germany’s iconic cuisine and beer culture.
There will be a limited German Beer Festival menu, featuring a range of imported German beers and authentic dishes that match perfectly with the beer. Diners can enjoy a selection of premium German beers, including a classic Paulaner draught beer with its characteristically malty taste, as well as Jägermeister-inspired special cocktails.
As for food, a range of Bavarian specialty dishes will be available, including roasted pork knuckle with braised red cabbage and apple, traditional German sausages, a mixed Bavarian meat platter and authentic hand-made pretzels.
The signature Paulaner draught beer is priced at MOP68 for a 500ml mug of beer, and dishes range from MOP68 to MOP258. Loyalty members enjoy special discounts.
AirAsia, Grand Emperor Hotel offer joint privileges
Regional low-cost airline AirAsia signed an agreement on Wednesday with local hotel Grand Emperor to commence a strategically collaborative partnership. Passengers on AirAsia flights to Macau are able to enjoy a series of discounts at various outlets within the hotel. The privileges can be enjoyed upon presentation of the passenger’s boarding pass. To be eligible, a passenger must fly with AirAsia within the seven days prior to the purchase of services at the hotel.
Upon presentation of an eligible boarding pass, passengers can enjoy 15% off dinner at the hotel’s Grand Emperor Court restaurant, 20% off the dinner buffet at Royal Kitchen, 10-15% off lunch or dinner at Royal Robatayaki, the Japanese restaurant in the hotel lobby, and special prices on drink packages at The Windsor. A 20% off discount will be offered on all spa treatments at the Royal Thai Spa.
Terms and conditions apply to the abovementioned offers.