As the only international hotel in Confucius’ hometown, Shangri-La Hotel, Qufu has prepared to offer quality service and products at affordable prices to enable travellers to enjoy a pleasant stay in Qufu and have fun welcoming the Year of the Horse.
“Spend Chinese New Year in Qufu” is one of the branded activities highlighted by the “Friendly Shandong” campaign promoted by the Shandong Tourism Administration. As such, traditional cultural customs during the time of Confucius will be performed at Confucius Mansion for this big occasion.
Special Room Rates with Extra Values
Until 10 February 2014, guests staying in a Deluxe River View Room and in the Executive Suite will enjoy the Best Available Rate, complimentary breakfast, complimentary wired and wireless broadband Internet and up to RMB300 (US$50) or RMB600 (US$100) food and beverage credit.
Guests can bring one child below six years old to enjoy the complimentary buffet dinner at CaféKong. For more details, please call (86 537) 505 8866 or e-mail email@example.com.
The Stress-Free Family Package is on offer for tours to The Three Kongs and the Ni Mountain. Guests can book the offer under Special Offers via www.shangri-la.com.
For a quick and healthy lunch, guests may avail the Super Value Lunch Set at Café Kong featuring Curry Chicken, Braised Beef Briskets and Braised Pork Cubes at RMB58 each set.
The winter price range for The Three Kongs (valid until 15 February 2014):
Confucius Temple RMB80/person, Confucius Mansion RMB50/person, Confucius Cemetery RMB30/person, admission to the three venues combined is RMB15/person.
Chinese New Year Buffet Dinner at Café Kong (28 to 31 January 2014)
Guests can feast on a sumptuous buffet with a tempting choice of seafood on ice, local wok-fried favourites, steamed dim sums, freshly made pasta, grilled prime meats, delightful Cake Sales in Cafe Kongdesserts and ice-cream selections from New Zealand. Priced at only RMB168 net per person, the buffet includes a complimentary special drink or a glass of wine to toast to the Chinese New Year.
Kong Family Cuisine at Shang Palace
Tasting local food is an enjoyable part of travel, and Qufu is famous for its Kong Family Cuisine. The hotel proudly recommends its Kong Family Cuisine menu featuring traditional Kong Family dishes with a modern twist. Well‑recommended dishes include The Three Ingredients Soup and Gingko Poetry Rites. These dishes not only taste good, look good and smell good, but also have an interesting story behind each of them, making the dining experience unique and one to remember.
Shang Palace also presents a Reunion Dinner featuring three set menus with such highlights as Fortune Raw Fish Salad and a collection of fortune dishes. The menus are priced at RMB1,888, RMB2,688 and RMB3,388 for a table of 10 and each features 16 delectable dishes.
Valentines’ Day and Lantern Festival on the same day
For lovers, the hotel has elaborately designed a Valentines’ Dinner with the theme “Glutinous Rice Dumpling” at Cafe Kong for only RMB388 for two. Couples may also choose Shang Palace’s set menu featuring many “LOVE” dishes for only RMB588 per couple.
Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, one of the world’s premier hotel companies,
currently owns and/or manages 98 hotels under the Shangri-La brand with a room
inventory of over 40,000. Over four decades
the group has established its brand hallmark of ‘hospitality from the heart.’ The group has a substantial development pipeline with upcoming projects in mainland China, Cambodia,
Hong Kong, India, Myanmar, Philippines, Saudi
Arabia and Sri Lanka. For more information and
reservations, please contact a travel professional or access the website at www.shangri-la.com.