Sofitel Properties to Host Champagne Dinners

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Heads up, champagne fans! On September 22, Sofitel properties in North America will partner with Laurent-Perrier Champagnes, the largest family-owned Champagne brand, to offer an evening of Champagne and gastronomy.

In celebration of Laurent-Perrier’s 200th anniversary, Sofitel will be offering an exclusive Champagne-filled package across nine North American properties, including a comfortable stay at one of Sofitel’s hotels, a VIP Champagne amenity on arrival, and a multi-course tasting dinner for two that is designed to complement the flavors of Laurent-Perrier’s Champagne Cuvées.

Packages start from:
Sofitel New York from $700                                           
Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills from $439
Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette Square from $450
Sofitel Chicago Water Tower from $495
              
The tasting menu on September 22 will feature five of Laurent-Perrier’s most popular Champagnes: Ultra-brut, Grand Siecle, Brut, Rosé, and Demi-sec, with accompanying courses created by each hotel’s Executive Chef to enhance the unique palate of each cuvée.
 
For those not participating in the overnight stay, gourmets can still enjoy the Laurent-Perrier Champagne-paired tasting menu for $200 (plus tax and gratuity) for two guests at Sofitel’s properties in New York, Washington DC, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Miami and Minneapolis.

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