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Shangri-La The Shard, London launches apres-ski in the clouds this winter with new Alpine themed experiences and special festive events

 


This winter, Shangri-La The Shard, London will whisk guests away to the Austrian Alps as the hotel transforms into an apres-ski wonderland imagined by Feldbach-born General Manager, Kurt Macher. On the ground floor, Bar 31 will launch new cosy outdoor chalets with twinkling fairy lights, serving hearty Austrian snacks, cheese and warming glühwein. Meanwhile, guests visiting the hotel for a sleighcation or celebrating at TĪNG restaurant or London’s highest GŎNG bar over the festive season will find a magical Alpine gingerbread village, ski gondola and wood panelling evoking a touch of mountain chic.

Meanwhile, the hotel’s kitchens have whipped up a delicious array of sweet and savoury surprises for guests to feast and make merry this season.

 

Alpine Afternoon Tea

Served from 8th November from 12-4pm, TĪNG Lounge will launch a new Alpine Afternoon Tea to enjoy alongside wintry views over London, with a warm turkey and cranberry sausage roll and freshly baked scones accompanied by Austrian savouries such as smoked trout and pretzels spread with Liptauer, finished with delicate traditional Austrian pastries including Sachertorte and Black Forest Gâteau. Available from £62, and from £72 with a glass of champagne or cocktail. ting-shangri-la.com

Christmas Day Dining

For guests choosing to celebrate Christmas Day in the sky, a special, decadent lunch and dinner menu will be served in TĪNG, with traditional favourites such as Norfolk turkey or wagyu rib-eye steak paired with fine wines, and desserts including Christmas pudding with brandy anglaise or mandarin cremeaux with pistachio ‘ice cream’. Available from £225 per person with optional wine pairing and £125 for children. ting-shangri-la.com

 

Bar 31 transforms into Hütte 31

Bar 31 will undergo an Alpine re-brand as it launches Hütte 31, one of London’s most authentic outdoor chalet drinking and dining experiences this festive season. Visitors will cosy up in wooden chalets with soft blankets and guaranteed ‘snow’ as an ideal wintry hideaway to enjoy traditional Austrian delicacies, from Nuernberger Sausage Rolls and Chicken Schnitzel to enjoy alongside glühwein, Botanist gin cocktails, hot toddies and boozy hot chocolate. Chalets seat up to four people and can be booked subject to availability. bar31.com

 

Taking New Year’s Eve to new heights

Welcome in 2022 with an unforgettable view over London’s skyline and a series of glittering special events throughout TĪNG, GŎNG and the hotel’s level 34 Sky Lounge.

As Western Europe’s highest hotel bar on level 52 of the Shard, GŎNG offers the best views in London to watch 2021’s final sunset, with window seating guaranteed alongside delicious cocktails, including new winter drinks from Russian vodka brand Beluga, and a delicious Asian-inspired bento box for two when booked as part of its special New Year’s Eve experience. Available from £150 for two people. gong.shangri-la.com

At TĪNG, a special, sumptuous dinner menu will include oysters, poached lobster salad and wagyu beef wellington, with a glass of champagne at midnight to toast in the New Year. Available from £299 per person. ting-shangri-la.com

Meanwhile, the New Year will continue to ring in at Sky Lounge until the early hours with an apres-ski style New Year’s Eve party, with vibrant live music and a gourmet late night buffet. Tickets from £70 per person for guests dining at TĪNG beforehand, or from £250 per person when purchased separately. skylounge-shangrila.com

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