You have finally saved up enough money and are now planning for that well deserved vacation away from home. Aaaah yes…somewhere exotic will do the trick. But the vacation homes and travel costs are turning out to be more than you budgeted for!
Well, if you think that a lavish holiday to Dubai or Zanzibar will set you back, then think again! Here is some ”depressing news”.
As well as world-class clubs and luxury villas, the party island of Ibiza is soon to be home to the most expensive restaurant on the planet.
The new Hard Rock Hotel, opening in Playa d’en Bossa on May 18th, will be launching Sublimotion – an ‘unparalleled gastro-sensory venture’ where a 20-course meal will set diners back £1,235 a head (That’s more than 180,000Kshs a person).
Hard rock (or heavy rock) is a loosely defined subgenre of rock music which has its earliest roots in mid-1960s garage rock, blues rock and psychedelic rock.
So is the music what makes it so expensive? Of course not!
Michelin-starred chef Paco Roncero is behind the five-star resort’s exclusive concept, which aims to take 12 guests at a time ‘an experience for all the senses’. Combining food, art and technology, the menu, which is yet to be unveiled, promises to create a ‘complete and unprecedented emotional experience’ at the first Hard Rock Hotel to open in Europe.]
Guests will dine in a unique space that will recreate a titillating atmosphere for all the senses, with ‘state-of-the-art’ systems creating a ‘vivid setting transcending human senses’.
Would you pay 180,000Kshs for this experience?
Abel Matutes Prats, CEO of Palladium Hotel Group, said: ‘This commitment to gastronomy, entertainment, technology and luxury fits perfectly with Hard Rock’s passion to keep music at the forefront of each initiative, as well as Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza’s standing as a music-inspired innovator in one of the world’s most renowned music capitals.
‘Catering to a new wave of modern travelers seeking unexpected, yet exceptional encounters, we’re thrilled to provide a journey of the sense that promotes music culture.’