For the second time, Maison Veuve Clicquot is inviting you to step into a world of luxury and indulgence as it reopens the doors of the world’s only Hotel Clicquot. Nestled on the pristine shores of Sunshine Beach, Queensland, Australia. Hotel Clicquot will welcome guests from October 13 to 28, 2023 for glorious three-night stays.
The heart of this ephemeral hotel is its culinary experiences, led by some of Australia’s most renowned chefs, inspired by 250 years of art de vivre and the ultimate in savoir-faire. The culinary journey curated by renowned chefs Peter Gilmore of Quay and Bennelong fame, Martin Benn, formerly of Sepia and Society, and even Chris Hemsworth’s private chef, Sergio Perera, are set to grace the pop-up hotel with their gastronomic prowess. These culinary virtuosos will craft exquisite dishes, each a masterpiece designed to complement Veuve Clicquot’s prestige cuvée, La Grande Dame.
Jean-Marc Gallot, President and CEO of Veuve Clicquot, expresses his excitement about the return of Hotel Clicquot to Australia, saying, “Hotel Clicquot Australia is perhaps the ultimate expression of the optimism and joy that sits at the heart of our Maison. We are absolutely delighted to once again host the world’s only Hotel Clicquot on the coast of Australia. And what better location for the Hotel Clicquot than Australia, with its magnificent beaches and ebullient joie de vivre!”
The significance of the return of Hotel Clicquot to the Australian shores lies in the fusion of luxury, culinary artistry, and the celebration of life’s finest moments. It’s a testament to the enduring appeal of Veuve Clicquot’s champagne and its ability to transform an ordinary stay into an extraordinary experience.
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