Petit plate at Le Meridien Ogeyi Place
In a bid to continuously excite guests with new offerings, Le Meridien Ogeyi Place recently launched the brand’s new Petite Plates program.According to the General Manager of the Hotel Fabian Martinez, “our guests can experience our unique Petit Plates, which comes with a chic twist, featuring a curated selection of European classics with a distinctly local flavor.
“Petit plate is a food and beverage initiative activated on the 16th of July in line with the French Bastille Day with the display of varieties of the Chef’s locally inspired recipes.”
The campaign is designed to engage our guests and external audiences as they savour the hotel’s unexpected varieties, while enjoying Le Meridien Sparkling glass of wine.
“It is our culture at Le Meridien Ogeyi place to deliver our Le Meridien Brand experiences to our guests as we ensure that each guest stay is memorable” said Martinez.
With more than 100 Hotels & Resorts worldwide and the strongest, most globally diverse portfolio in its history, the Paris-born Le Méridien brand connects the curious and creative-minded traveler to unexpected and engaging experiences within their destination.
With its brand promise of Destination Unlocked, Le Méridien has transformed numerous guest touch points through global partnerships with creative minds. Plans call for dynamic portfolio expansion within the next five years in some of the world’s most exciting destinations. For more information, please visit LeMéridien.com or follow us on social media – Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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