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‘Le Crazy Horse Paris’ Showgoers In Seoul Can Now Book Exclusive Champagne Packages

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Until 30 June 2015, guests of Paris’s legendary cabaret show ‘Forever Crazy’ Le Crazy Horse will be able to enjoy both “Taste Crazy” Food and Beverage packages and “Let’s Go Crazy” offers from Sheraton Walkerhill Hotel.http://industryclub.com.au/ Guests that book the package can receive a stay in a Deluxe Room, which includes Buffet breakfast for two, Crazy Horse tickets for two and a bottle of Moët & Chandon or Duval-Leroy champagne starting at KRW 454,000 (approx. RMB 2,570); or a 7-course ‘Taste Crazy’ Meal, half bottle of Barons de Rothschild or Deutz champagne and a ticket to the show is also available at the legendary Clock 16 restaurant starting at KRW 216,000 (Approx RMB 1,220).

The avant-garde and artistic cabaret, Le Crazy Horse Paris will find itself in Seoul twice daily until June 30 from Monday to Saturday performed at the Sheraton Grand Walkerhill Theater in the Gwangjang-dong district of Seoul. The 105-minute Le Crazy Horse Paris cabaret show is available for immediate booking here http://crazyhorseparisinseoul.comat a range of price points starting from KRW  77,000 (RMB 430) to VIP with champagne for two people for KRW  1,100,000 (RMB 6,200).

Let’s Go Crazy Exclusive Hotel Stay Package

The Le Crazy Deluxe “Let’s Go Crazy” package will feature a number of benefits exclusive for show goers to maximize the whole getaway experience. From now until June 30, guests can choose between two new stay experiences. The first is the Deluxe Room booking which includes the filling Buffet Breakfast for two, Crazy Horse R seats for two and a bottle of bottle of Moët & Chandon or Duval-Leroy champagne starting at KRW 454,000 (approx. RMB 2,570) available for weekday bookings and KRW 514,000 (approx. RMB 2,900) for weekends, with an added X% service charge.

The La Crazy “Let’s Go Crazy” available in the Douglas Room, located off of the main hotel for extra privacy, includes Light breakfast for two and Crazy Horse Paris S seats for two billed at KRW 317,000 (approx. RMB 1,800) for weekdays and KRW 377,000 (RMB 2,130) for weekends, with an added X% service charge.

With both bookings, guests can also receive a 20% weekend and 10 % weekday discount at Camping in the City, a day time camping and cook-out experience; a 10% discount at all of the hotel restaurants; and 20 % discount at The Deli.

Taste Crazy F&B Package

For guests that only want to experience a date night out with unbeatable views of the Han River and Acha Mountain, there’s a memorable Korean Hanwoo Beef 7-course menu meal with a ½ bottle of champagne at grill restaurant Clock 16 followed by a legendary show package with either the Crazy Horse VIP seat for KRW 260,000 (approx. RMB 1,470) or the Le Crazy for or the Crazy Horse Seat R for KRW 216,000 (Approx RMB 1,220). Other menu items in the 7-course feasting menu served with the Korean Hanwoo Beef cooked on local hardwood charcoal include a house Tomato & Mozzarella Salad, the Chef’s Daily Soup, Grilled Prawn & Scallop Caponata and a selection of top notch desserts such as sorbet and flavorful Sweet Potato Cakes with a seasonal fruit sauce served alongside coffee or tea.

With Seoul only two hours away from Shanghai and Beijing by direct flight, it’s never been easier for guests to experience the thrill of a Parisian Cabaret without traveling all the way to Europe. Now Mainland China passport holders with a transit in South Korea can explore the country without a visa for 48 hours. With the option of purchasing tickets in advance, guests round out two days of exploring and sightseeing in Seoul with a relaxing and entertaining evening at the famous ‘Forever Crazy’ rendition from the Le Crazy cabaret.

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