Christmas Clubbing Get that mistletoe out and hit the dance floor for some festive shenanigans. Christmas in School at Solas Solas will be taking you back to the end of term with this festive school disco so customize your tie with tinsel and start dangling those baubles. If you’ve been naughty not nice—Bad Santa will be sure to pay you a visit! Free entry. Thu, Dec 10, 8:30pm. Solas, The Centrium, 60 Wydham St., Central, 3162-3710, solas.com.hk . From Russia with Love at M1NT Have yourself a Russian little Christmas at M1NT’s exotic Christmas party with a host of radiant Russian-inspired angels attired in fur, serving caviar and vodka. Also featuring the sounds of chanteuse Natalie Hardon. $250 (includes one drink). Wed, Dec 16. M1NT, 108 Hollywood Rd., Central, 2261-1111, www.m1nt.com.cn . 2121 Bar Tune into DJ Larry on Christmas Eve for universal sounds. Sip cooling cocktails while lounging on cozy sofas perched over the buzzing streets of Lan Kwai Fong. Minimum spending $150. Thu, Dec 24, 8pm. 2121 Bar, UG/F, The Plaza, 21 D’Aguilar St., Central, 2804-6669, www.lkfe.com . Lux Go to Lux for a post-Christmas Eve celebration with your partner and friends and get down to hip-hop music. Lighten your Christmas mood with DJ Samir’s beat and the refreshing Xmas Cosmo cocktails. $100 (includes one drink). Thu, Dec 24, 10pm. Lux, UG/F., California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar St., Central, 2868-9538, www.lkfe.com . Christmas in Ibiza at Drop Ibiza legend Brandon Block will take the chill out of Christmas in Hong Kong with a set of sunny dance classics fresh from the Med. $300 before midnight (includes open bar), $200 after midnight (includes one drink). Thu, Dec 24, 9pm. Drop, B/F, On Lok Mansion, 39-43 Hollywood Rd., Central, 2543-8856, www.drophk.com . New Year’s Soirées Book early to ring in the New Year in style. Golden New Year at M1NT Get ready to dazzle and shine at M1NT’s stunning gold-themed New Year’s Eve party. $690 (includes dinner and an open bar till midnight). Thu, Dec 31, 9pm. M1NT, 108 Hollywood Rd., Central, 2261-1106, www.m1nt.com.cn . A White New Year at Solas Dress up as a nurse, doctor, ballerina, chef, chav, or just turn up in a white shirt. On New Year’s Eve, it’s sure to be a white-out and rest assured the most innocent part of the evening will be your costume. Free before midnight. $150 after. Thu, Dec 31, 8:30pm. Solas, The Centrium, 60 Wydham St., Central, 3162-3710, www.solas.com.hk . Bad Boys and Showgirls Vegas Party at Drop Throw away your inhibitions and indulge your naughty fantasies because what happens in Drop, stays in Drop and, in particular, at its New Year’s Eve vegas party! DJs Joel Lai and Eric Byron will spin for you. $400 before midnight (includes open bar), $300 after midnight (includes one drink). Thu, Dec 31, 9pm. DROP, Basement, On Lok Mansion, 39-43 Hollywood Rd., Central, 2543-8856, www.drophk.com . AquaSpirit Dress sexy and enjoy the open premium bar and the city’s best harbor view for fireworks (for tourists and locals alike) with unlimited Veuve Clicquot N.V. and chic canapés from 11am to 5am. Tickets 3427-2288. 29-30/F, One Peking Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui . Hullett House Ball It’s open house with DJs, lucky draw with fabulous prizes at around midnight, and all you can eat and drink at their five restaurants and bars, including the newly opened Champagne Bar. Oysters at the Parlor, grilled steak on the lawn, or stay for recovery breakfast or dim sum on New Year’s morn. Tickets come in the form of keys—bronze keys ($888) are for the beautiful people who were dining at Aqua to come down and party some more (1am onwards); silver keys ($1,888) are for the 12:30am-7am crowd; and gold keys ($2,888) are for the 7pm-1am which includes a special stamp allowing access to all areas, at all times. You know the tunnel is going to be jammed up all night, so take the beautiful Aqualuna junk which sails hourly between Central and Tsim Sha Tsui. Hullett House, 2A Canton Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 3988-0204, www.hulletthouse.com . Aaaand, as you know, there’ll be our city’s spectacular fireworks on New Years Eve. For your own safety and sanity, please AVOID Canton Road and Nathan Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, Victoria Harbour fronts, Times Square and bits of IFC. Shows Catch a show for some warm n’ fuzzy feelings. The Nutcracker Sumptuous sets and costumes, live music and inspirational dance, The Nutcracker is a magnificent tribute to the Christmas season. December 18-27. Times vary, Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, 10 Salisbury Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui. Tickets $120-$1,000 from Urbtix, 2734-9009, www.urbtix.hk or visit www.hkballet.com . Scrooge the Musical Charles Dickens’s famous play will refresh your Christmas spirit and banish any feelings of bah humbug! December 23-26. Hong Kong City Hall, 5 Edinburgh Place, Central. Tickets $200-$300 from Urbtix, 2734-9009, www.urbtix.hk or visit www.hkrep.com . Performed in English and Cantonese on separate dates and with subtitles . Jump World-renowned Korean performance group JUMP present a unique blend of comedy, acrobatics and martial arts in this four-day extravaganza. December 24-27. Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, 1 Gloucester Rd., Wan Chai. Tickets $280-$680, family package between $1,248-$1,856, from HK Ticketing, 3128-8288, www.hkticketing.com . Irene Atman In keeping with the serene ambience of Christmas Eve, Canadian jazz vocalist Irene Atman will perform with piano only then with a full band on Christmas Day. December 24-25. $350 plus one free drink. 2/F, The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberley Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 3763-8800, www.dadalounge.com.hk . Caroling Warm-up those tonsils with some enthusiastic fa la-la-la-la. Hong Kong Park Presented by RTHK Radio 4, this Christmas Eve carol concert is a not-to-be-missed event for those looking for that warm and fuzzy feeling. Celebrate the “Messiah Story” with performances by the Hong Kong Young People’s Chorus, Hong Kong Youth Choir, the City Chamber Orchestra, and more. Free admission. Thu, Dec 24, 5pm-6:30pm. Olympic Square, Hong Kong Park . Sheung Wan Civic Center and Island School The Kassia Men’s and Women’s Choir is back with their popular winter holiday show. Expect a lineup of fun, sing-a-long Christmas tunes, from “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” to “Frosty the Snowman.” Tickets range from $180-$220. Mon, Dec 14, 8pm. Sheung Wan Civic Center, Sheung Wan Municipal Services Building, 345 Queen’s Rd., Sheung Wan; Fri, Dec 18, 7:30pm. Island School, 20 Borrett Rd., Mid-Levels. Enquiries, 2575-3931, firstname.lastname@example.org . The Peninsula This super swanky hotel has invited some of Hong Kong’s finest choirs to perform Christmas songs in its many restaurants. But, the best place to enjoy the sounds of the season is in The Lobby. From Dec 22-26, you can enjoy a festive afternoon tea while you hum along to carol performances by the Chinese University of Hong Kong Alumni Choir, Good Hope School Choir, Katterwall Vocal Academy Choir, and more. Call them for the full schedule. The Peninsula, Salisbury Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 2920-2888 . InterContinental Grand Stanford A youth choir will perform all your favorite carols at the hotel on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Enjoy their angelic voices while you nibble away on treats from the traditional dinner buffet at Café Rendezvous or as you indulge in delicious Italian delicacies at The Mistral. Intercontinental Grand Stanford, 70 Mody Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 2721-5161. Renaissance Harbour View Hotel The school choir of Shau Kei Wan Government Secondary School will perform carols in the upper lobby on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The singing begins at 7pm. Renaissance Harbour View Hotel, 1 Harbour Rd., Wan Chai, 2802-8888 . Theme Parks OK, so we’ve only got two of ‘em, but for what it’s worth, here’s what our favorite (read: only) theme parks are up to over the holidays. Disneyland It’s a sparkling Christmas at Hong Kong Disneyland as the Magic Kingdom transforms into a Winter Wonderland. The iconic Main Street U.S.A. and Sleeping Beauty’s castle get decked out with beautiful Christmas lights. Get into the festive spirit with your favorite Disney characters around the Town Square Christmas Tree. Definitely worth checking out is the new “It’s a Small World Christmas Ride,” which—if it doesn’t make you want to kill yourself—should infuse a little festive spirit whether you want it or not. And don’t miss out on the dazzling “Let it Snow” parade with dancing and music under a snowy sky. Until January 3. Tickets are $350 for adults and $250 for kids. Disneyland, Lantau Island, 1-830-830, www.hongkongdisneyland.com . Ocean Park Ocean Park’s “Christmas Sensation” kicks off tomorrow with a whole slew of activities and attractions to celebrate the festive season. Enjoy the graceful aerial stunts and dance performances from the Spellbound on Ice ice-skating show or immerse yourself in the season during the tree lighting ceremony of the 40ft “Twinkle Twinkle Tree” in the glittering Christmas garden. Other fun things to do include the gentle snow tubing ride, which is suitable for all ages, and a magic academy where you can learn the tricks of the trade from the maestros. Until January 3. Tickets are $250 for adults and $125 for children. Ocean Park, Aberdeen, 3923-2323, www.oceanpark.com.hk . Turkeys and Trees What would the Christmas season be without a delicious bird in the kitchen and a half-dead tree in the living room? Turkeys to Go Great Looking for a full turkey dinner? Great is doing a special offer for their free range turkey (4.5kg) including gravy, stuffing bread, roasted Brussels sprouts, potato puree, and a choice of a seasonal pie (pumpkin, chocolate pecan, apple crumble and more), all for $888. Pick up a delivery form at B/F, Two Pacific Place, Admiralty or call 2918-9986 for more details. www.greatfoodhall.com . ThreeSixty Ready-made turkey (5.5kg) for $599. This price includes a thermo bag, turkey gravy and a bottle of Sonop Organic Shiraz 2007 with your order. Pickup an order form from either of ThreeSixty’s outlets at Elements or the Landmark. Contact 2196-8066 for more information, www.threesixtyhk.com . City’Super Thanksgiving turkeys will be available at City’Super come early December. Ready-made turkeys (6kg) cost $790 and come with chestnut stuffing. Pick up an order form at their at their outlet in IFC Mall, 8 Finance St., Central. Call 2234-7126 for more details. www.citysuper.com.hk Dan Ryan’s If you’re looking for turkey to feed the whole family, Dan Ryans has ready-made turkeys (8.2kg) available for $980, fit for 12-15 people. Orders must be one week in advance. Your order will include extras such as cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, potato wedges, turkey stuffing and gravy. 114 Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, call 2845-4600 for ordering inquiries. www.danryans.com . Oliver’s Delicatessen The ol’ expat favorite deli is offering a roasted turkey (13 pounds) for $540, with free delivery on any order above $500. Shop 233, Prince’s Building, 10 Chater Rd., Central, 2810-7710 . Percys The gourmand’s caterer has two different sized turkeys on offer until December 31. The small turkey is 5.5-6.4kg and costs $68 per half-kilo. The large turkey is 7.3-8.2kg and cost $62 per half-kilo. Order three days in advance. Situated in Kennedy town, the gourmet specialist does deliveries for an additional cost. Give them a ring at 2855-1882 for more information. Shop B, G/F, 68 Catchick St., Kennedy Town, www.percys.hk . Balalaika From now until the end of the year, the Russian resto is offering turkey (7.3kg) hampers with chestnut stuffing and cranberry sauce for $580. IF you’re looking for more than a bird, you can opt for extras—for an extra price of course. Go for a bottle of Bottega Prosecco or Superior Oscetra Caviar, if you’re feeling fancy. M/F, LKF Tower, 55 D’Aguilar St., Central. Call 3579-2929 for more details on the value added items available . Pine Trees Anglo-Chinese Florist provides 3-4-foot ($850), 6-7-foot ($1,420) and 9-10-foot trees ($4,020) with a delivery charge of $100 for 7-foot and below, and $150 for bigger trees. G/F, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, 2845-4212, www.anglochinese.com Currently being transformed into a one-stop Christmas shop, Ikea offers 150cm and 200cm Scandinavian fir trees for $489 and $569, along with a wide range of funky decorations. B/F, Park Lane Hotel, 310 Gloucester Rd., Causeway Bay, 3125-0888, www.ikea.com.hk . Abies Danica imports fresh high-quality Christmas Trees from Denmark and delivers directly to your home, with prices ranging from $1,015-$3,320 for trees up to three meters tall. Order online and enjoy free delivery. www.royalfir.com Cheung Kee Gardens provides Christmas trees from 4-5-foot to an immense 12-foot, with prices ranging from $690 to $4,755. Get your order form and fax it back (2640-6636), and your tree will be delivered soon after. 2526-2138 . Imported from the States, Lily Flowers will let you chose your trees at their open-air shop after having ordered, from a 5-foot ($774), to a 7-foot ($1,440) or a 10-foot ($2,970). Located at the entrance of the Wah Fu Estate, Pok Fu Lam Rd., in front of the fire station, www.lilyflowers.com.hk , 2551-3307 . Sourcing all its trees from Washington, Les Fleurs offers 5-foot ($1,039), 6-foot ($1,269) and 7-foot ($1,559) trees with delivery prices varying according to districts (free for Discovery Bay). Shop G28-29, Discovery Bay Plaza, Block C, Discovery Bay, 2987-8166, www.lesfleursflorist.com If you’re not really willing to throw up a massive, shedding tree in your house, then why take a look at Franc Franc’s mini Christmas tree ($110), available in different styles. Franc Franc is located at S01-03 and S08-12, 2/F, Hang Lung Center, 2-20 Paterson St., Causeway Bay, www.francfranc.com , 3427-3366 . Alternative Eats Don’t want to go with the traditional festive feasts this year? Then check out some of the fun and unique dining options our city has to offer. InterContinental Hong Kong There’s dinner and dancing at the InterCon this New Year’s Eve. Alternate between trips to the buffet table (which features a fresh seafood bar, various antipasti, salads, mains and desserts) and the ballroom floor, where a live band will be churning out plenty of dance-worthy tunes. $1,288 per adult and $838 for children, both inclusive of a lucky draw with the grand prize being a one-night stay at the hotel with a buffet breakfast at the Harbourside restaurant for two. Dec 31, 8pm-1am. Intercontinental Ballroom, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 2721-1211 . FINDS On Dec 24th, the ever-cool Scandinavian restaurant turns into a fashion mecca with their Christmas Eve “Couture, Couture” dinner. Dress to impress and enjoy six-courses of delectable haute cuisine for $798 (includes entrance to the rocking after party). And on the eve of 2010, bust out your best dance moves for the “ABBA-solutely Fabulous Dinner.” The six-course menu ($988, again including entrance to the after party) is inspired by the Scandinavian disco band’s best-loved tunes, including the “Money, Money, Money” dish of small buckwheat blinis with wild golden vendace roe, mushroom tartar and cold-smoked venison. You’ll be welcomed with a glass of Moët & Chandon with strawberry pearls so you’ll be feeling like a dancing queen in no time. FINDS, 2/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham St., Central, 2522-9318. The Luxe Manor This super-stylish boutique hotel greets the holiday season with a theme of fine dining and soulful jazz. Head over to Aspasia on Christmas Eve for a delectable five-course menu ($1,088) or drop by on Christmas Day night to try the special fusion five-course dinner ($928) and savor creative dishes such as the slow cooked baby pork and nutmeg mascarpone risotto. On top of the fantastic holiday menus, Dada Bar + Lounge will be hosting famed Canadian jazz singer Irene Atman during her Hong Kong debut on Christmas Eve and Christmas night. Cover charge is $350 and includes one drink. The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberley Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 3763-8800 . Knutsford Terrace and Food Street, Causeway Bay Santa Claus will be touring around the two districts with his crew of “Christmas Girls.” Other activities on Food Street include a children’s carnival complete with talent show, game stalls, magic, balloon- twisting performances and free cotton candy and popcorn, along with a joint buffet between a few of the restaurant outlets on the street (El Cid, Island Seafood and I-Thai). And on New Year’s Eve night, Food Street prepares itself for a very foodie countdown party to ring in 2010. RED Bar + Restaurant and RED SoHo For those who want to throw a giant dinner party this holiday but don’t want the hassle of food prepping and cleaning, check out PURE Group’s two restaurants, who are offering a convenient Christmas canapés menu for private functions until December 26. $598 per person (minimum 35 pax) for three hours of unlimited Beluga caviar with blinis, shrimp cocktail, smoked salmon mousse in cucumber cups and other small bites, along with an open bar. RED Bar + Restaurant, 4/F,Two IFC, 8 Finance St., Central, 8129-8882; RED SoHo, 2/F, Kinwick Centre, 32 Hollywood Rd., Central, 8199-8189 . Deck The Malls Mysterious airships, polar express trains, surreal Cirque du Soleil shows and a giant rabbit (no, they did not mix Xmas up with Easter) are just a few of the festive surprises at our holiday institutions, i.e. shopping centers. Pacific Place The “Real Christmas Spirit” display will see the mall transformed into a winter wonderland of traditional Christmas bells including one giant bell above Santa’s Place in Garden Court. Bell sounds courtesy of hand-bell group Bells Alive and... dancing bells. Have your photo taken with Santa for $60. 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 2844-8900 IFC This high-end mall has been decked out with a gigantic indoor airship. Standing almost three stories high (around 40 foot), the festive balloon will be piloted by the most cheerful of aviators—Santa! “Dream To Fly” also features French performance group Les Farfadais, who’ll stage a unique aerial show starring a singing diva in a giant scarlet dress, some playful unicyclists and shimmering acrobats. 8 Finance St., Central, 2295-3308 The Landmark Celebrity event designer and decorator Preston Bailey has transformed the luxury shopping space into “Santa’s Glistening Garden.” The centerpiece will be a floating crystalline rainforest chandelier, allowing well-heeled shoppers to stroll beneath a fairyland of twinkling stars. Explore a grotto with a classic European twist on the first floor. The walls, flowers and crystals are all decorated with a French floral brocade motif. Listen out for the sound of carols and other musical performances from 12:30pm-2:30pm and 3:30pm-7pm from Dec 1-26. 15 Queen’s Rd., Central, 2842-8428 Festival Walk Called “Festival Fantasia,” the main attraction is an enormous 70-foot Christmas tree with its own spellbinding light and music show. Santa’s fairies fill the mall with yuletide tunes as part of their music-themed Christmas celebrations. You can also follow the Christmas parade as it weaves through the mall offering displays of magic, acrobatics and drumming. And have your photo taken with Santa for $60. 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Yau Yat Chuen, Kowloon Tong, 2844-2223 Cityplaza Watch as the Cityplaza Polar Express pulls up to the platform of a charming old-fashioned train station and welcomes shoppers aboard. Pass by the 30-foot Christmas tree or watch a resurrected Michael Jackson moonwalk, displays of skiing and ice skating plus performances of Montage starring a former Cirque du Soleil artist. Dec 21-Jan 3. 18 Tai Koo Shing Rd., Tai Koo Shing, 2568-8665 Harbour City The overall theme is “Christmas Blossom,” so skip through the dreamy fairy garden and dance among the giant gold and violet pink Christmas trees and foliage. Oh and view the mechanical 5ft-tall fairy singing carols inside a giant crystal ball. 3-27 Canton Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 2118-8601 Times Square Our favorite: “A date at the Times”, staged at the second floor atrium and the open piazza. Renowned Taiwanese illustrator Jimmy’s signature characters jump out from 2D into our 3D realm. Kids and adults will love walking freely amidst the whimsical landscape (giant rabbit and penguins outside the mall, and on the escalator ride to the atrium; eight-meter-tall Trojan horse in Jimmy’s Wonderland in the atrium). There will also be Santa (another one!?!) caroling, pulling lucky draws and handing out gifts which include moon cushions and the “The Perfect Child 2010” calendar by Jimmy. Until Jan 5, 2010 at Times Square 2/F atrium and Dec 26 at the Open Piazza. 1 Matheson St., Causeway Bay, 2118-8900 Merry in Macau Sleep, eat, or spa retreat—there are many ways to celebrate the holidays at our sister city. Sofitel Macau Have a very French Christmas and New Year at Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16. Aside from the festive French-Mediterranean feast at Mistral, the hotel is also offering a special “Festive Glamour” stay package from Christmas Eve to January 2, 2010. For $12,888 per night, stay at the award-winning The Mansion at Sofitel presidential suite and receive a welcome basket with a bottle of bubbly, an in-room lobster and wine dinner, breakfast for two, mini bar service, Christmas souvenir and round-trip limo service. Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16, Rua do Visconde Paco de Arcos, Macau, (853) 8861-7312 . Altira Macau It’s a dining extravaganza at Altira Macau. A series of fantastic festive feasts are lined up for the hotel’s five signature restaurants. Take advantage of their special package (from MOP2,080) until December 31 and get one-night accommodation in the Waterfront View room, a rebate offer on spa treatments and breakfast for two at the recently Michelin-starred Aurora restaurant. Altira, 1 Estrada Do Istmo, Macau, (853) 2886-8866 . Four Seasons Hotel Pamper yourself silly this winter at Four Seasons Hotel Macao. A special holiday retreat package (available until February 28, 2010) goes for MOP2,000 and includes a signature polish, massage and aromatic facial, all tailored to your personal specifications. Another great seasonal spa choice is the “Winter Spice” treatment, available until the end of December. The treatment involves a body exfoliation, soothing massage, and back compress—all mixed in with the tension-relieving scents of festive spices. It costs MOP1,300. Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Estrada da Baía de N. Senhora da Esperança, Macau, 2881-8888 . Sound of Christmas “Silent Night,” “Jingle Bells” and “Mary’s Boy Child” are just a few of the classic Christmas songs being performed by The Macao Orchestra at a special free Christmas concert in the beautifully baroque St. Dominic’s on December 23. The conductor is Chan Wing-wah and the concert will last 70 minutes without interval. The Macao Orchestra Christmas Concert, Dec 23, 8pm, St. Dominic’s Church, Leal Senado Plaza, Macau. Free. www.icm.gov.mo . Hotel Deals Escape the festive furore with a cheeky winter staycation Four Seasons Create your own “Suite Memories” with this indulgent package that includes one night’s accommodation at one of the hotel’s luxurious suites, a bottle of welcome champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries and a spa treatment for two. If that’s not enough, you’ll also be entitled to executive club privileges, such as a full breakfast buffet, afternoon tea, evening supper and more. The package is available until February 28, 2010. Rates for this extravagant package start at $9,888. 8 Finance St., Central, 3196-8888, www.fourseasons.com/hongkong . Kowloon Shangri-La A “Festive Treats” package costs $2,500 per night for a minimum of two nights until New Year’s Eve. Apart from the room accommodation, a bottle of red wine and box o’ chocs await guests in their suite, and the package also includes a daily buffet breakfast for two at Café Kool, discount in the many dining outlets within the hotel, and a scarf or tie souvenir. You can also upgrade to a Deluxe Harbour View Room for an extra $400 per night. 64 Mody Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 2721-2111, www.shangri-la.com . Grand Hyatt Dine at any of the hotel’s fantastic restaurants and take advantage of one of the best holiday hotel deals in the city. During the period of December 24-30, the hotel’s dinner guests are eligible to enjoy the special “Take the Elevator Home” package, which is priced at only $988 per couple and includes one night’s accommodation (with late check out at 2pm the next day) and a buffet breakfast for two at Grand Café. 1 Harbour Rd., Wan Chai, 2584 7038, www.hongkong.grand.hyatt.com . Le Méridien Cyberport For a break from the bustling city center, head out to Cyberport for a mini winter staycation. The festive getaway package includes one night’s accommodation in the hotel’s SMART room, a buffet breakfast and Cyberport Broadway Cinema tickets for two, plus $1,000 dining allowance and free shuttle bus service from the hotel to IFC. The package is priced at an extremely reasonable $2,288, available from Dec 19 to January 10, 2010. 100 Cyberport Rd., 2980 7788, www.lemeridien.com .