Churchill offers Mideast guests summer deals

The Churchill in London.

To help its Middle East guests feel right at home, the 5-star InterContinental The Churchill London has tailored a host of new added value initiatives just for them.

The hotel has created menus to tempt Middle Eastern tastebuds, made a range of Arabic TV stations and newspapers available to guests and is now offering a number of shopping services that make holidaying in London an even more carefree experience.

A flavour of Lebanon
Throughout July and August, Lebanese chefs Andre Saroufim and Gregi Mansour from the InterContinental Le Vendome Beirut will be working alongside the hotel’s head chef, James Pressly to create a daily dinner buffet showcasing the finest treats from the Lebanese kitchen. The extensive buffet will be served at the Terrace on Portman Square from 7pm to 11pm and cost £29.50 per adult while children under 12 can eat for half price.
The buffet also includes unlimited fresh juices and soft drinks.  An extensive Lebanese menu will also be made available through 24-hour room service for in house guests. 

Shop with Selfridges
Just two minutes from the hotel, guests will find one of London’s top department stores, Selfridges, offering seven floors of shopping heaven. InterContinental The Churchill London has teamed up with this treasure trove of designer labels and luxury items to offer an exclusive service for guests from the Middle East.

Children’s events
Who said kids can’t have fun in a big city? A daily itinerary of children’s events is available from the concierge desk as well as access to fast track entry tickets for some of the more popular tourist attractions, not normally available to general public.

Arabic TV and newspapers
The hotel now offers seven Arabic satellite television channels in the guestrooms and a comprehensive list of Arabic newspapers and publications, some of which will be provided via the Internet.

Long Stay Plus
Exclusive to Middle Eastern guests, Long Stay Plus offers substantial savings on stays of seven nights or more until September 7, 2003.
Savings rise with the length of stay and guests receive a greater percentage discount for each additional week that they stay.
Prices for a one-week stay start from £592, reduced to £533 in the second week, £479 for the third week and £431 for the fourth week.