The St. Regis Mexico City Debuts “Krug Christmas” Holiday Celebration

To ring in the 2017 holiday season, The St. Regis Mexico City has announced a holiday offering in partnership with Krug Champagne. The “Krug Christmas” package, exclusively available on Christmas Eve, includes a one-night stay in the Presidential St. Regis Suite, a private in-suite gourmet experience by La Table Krug for up to six guests, two bottles of Krug Clos d'Ambonnay, and a traditional Christmas Brunch at Diana restaurant for up to six guests.

“Mexico City has become one of the top culinary epicenters of the world,” Bernard de Villèle, general director of The St. Regis Mexico City, said in a written release. “Guests come to our city in search of the best emerging food and spirits experiences, and the St. Regis is at the forefront of Mexican fine dining providing a luxurious, yet relaxed setting. Krug Christmas will create sentimental moments by sharing one’s passion of celebrating life and wine with those you love the most.”

The St. Regis Mexico City will offer its "Krug Christmas" guests with a tasting menu curated and perfected by head chef Oscar Portal Huguet. The exquisite dinner will be paired with Krug Clos d'Ambonnay, a special edition of Pinot Noir, from the most well-regarded champagne house in the world. The unique private experience by La Table Krug, the city’s most intimate restaurant located in the heart of The St. Regis and the only Krug Ambassades in Mexico, is not to be missed this holiday season.

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Passionate gourmands and discerning travelers can book “A Krug Christmas” for $13,600 per night based on limited availability. 

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