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Mövenpick Kuwait

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我们相信肆意享乐是天经地义的,为我们的客人提供美味新鲜的美食、丰盛的点心和独特的瑞享风味,为所有人提供我们全心全意的服务。

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生活更甜蜜的地方

尽情享受在瑞享酒店的美好生活。从阳光明媚的泳池畅游到舒心的水疗时间,从使人精力充沛的锻炼到身临其境的文化体验,我们邀请您纵情享受这一切。

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4.5/5 TripAdvisor评分

1075 评价

Abdullah A
: 5.0 on 5"
01/02/2023 来自Tripadvisor
Great

We would like to commend mr wael the driver who always take care of us going to training, staff from reception marry ryzza and radit are very good in terms of service when we have request they attend it ontime, peopl in restaurant serve good food

Stay38714132446
: 5.0 on 5"
01/02/2023 来自Tripadvisor
Very good

The hotel service is great! The driver wael who always drop and pick up us in the practice is very good, reception Ms Marry and Ryzza gave us unconditional service which you cannot get from other hotel. Overall this hotel is really a five star in terms of service

Culture28724414677
: 5.0 on 5"
01/02/2023 来自Tripadvisor
Great

The hotel is very comfortable, staff are very accommodating they take care of us very well, staff from reception Mary gave us a good service in all our request, as well as Ryzza in the reception is very nice. Overall very good

abdalwahaba2023
: 5.0 on 5"
01/02/2023 来自Tripadvisor
Great

We cam here to stay because of Kuwait sports, my team and my coach njoy our stay so much. Food are very good, people from reception are the best specially marry who smile very good and ryzza with her.

donrI4636JQ
: 5.0 on 5"
06/01/2023 来自Tripadvisor
Bay’s Restaurant

First things first: The Cross is a venue, rather than a straightforward restaurant. Its concept is, however, a little involved if you weren’t around ‘back in the day’. A reincarnation of the legendary 90s club of the same name, it’s rebooting in what was the long running King’s Cross pub The Driver. Confused? The explanation is simple enough: the same owners, Billy and Gemma Reilly, were behind both, so essentially they’ve revamped one with the name of another from their back catalogue. Anyway: let’s come to this venture fresh. It has a whopping six floors, including a minimal basement club (we liked the look of that), cocktail lounge, ground-floor bar and roof terrace with exquisite urban views. In a slightly strange move, it’s 25s only after 8pm, so keep this in mind if you want to have dinner with anyone who doesn’t remember the original series of Big Brother. Salvaged items and memorabilia from the original Cross nightclub set the tone across the floors, from a vintage cigarette vending machine to a fairground Waltzer car seat – and even a Buddha in the entrance. Sitting sedately amidst the nostalgia is the first-floor dining room. An exercise in high-end plush, it's all polished marble, brass-top tables and bare brick, as well as super comfy banquettes, velour curtains and mid-century glass chandeliers. House music pumps away, unobtrusively referencing yesteryear – except that now, of course, the crowd is here for small plates rather than – ahem – small pills. Salvaged items and memorabilia from the original Cross nightclub set the tone The menu is loosely Italian. Dishes cost £12.50 to £25, with the enthusiastic waiter suggesting two per person – which is sort of the same as having a starter and a main, isn’t it? Or, more precisely, two starters. This is something I tried not to overthink as we sipped note-perfect negronis, as the temptation of the bread basket proved impossible to resist. A wee gripe: small plates arrive ‘whenever they’re ready’ – we know the drill – but personally I’d prefer raw dishes to come before hot ones that don’t really benefit from sitting about. Still, the flavours were mostly on point, especially a trio of lamb cutlets, juicily medium-rare, with a pimped-up crust of Dijon mustard and vivid green crushed pistachio. Cod with beurre blanc fared less well: just past opaque, its sauce threw a slightly puny punch. Still, an accompanying golden crispy potato pavé was delicious, crowned with salmon roe for an umami thwack. And an al-dente side of broccoli was levelled up by crispy chilli, garlic and lemon. The two raw dishes were highlights. Sliced scallop crudo balanced the citrus tang of orange and grapefruit slivers with its sweet white flesh, pomegranate seeds scattered like little dancing jewels. Ruddy beef carpaccio was dotted with earthy Jerusalem artichoke puree and the briny hit of anchovy mayo, artichoke crisps for texture. Desserts, which started at £7, were more of a mixed bag: an inoffensive rum baba was easily outshone by the palate-pleasing sharpness of a tequila key lime pie. The Cross opened in September, and its cooking still feels work-in-progress.

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