Masa Square Hotel held the first ever Moet & Chandon Champagne brunch at the hotel’s rooftop venue. A classical affair that ticked all the right boxes for those who have been dying for something like this locally, the event was a success.
Transforming the Rooftop, the organisers had transformed the venue into a classy and beautiful setting that romanticised the intimate crowd in attendance. The event was held in association with and sponsored by Moet & Chandon. Staying true to the theme of the day, guests wore their finest attires, and some truly illustrated that they respected themes for any event. The likes of Mothusi Lesolle of iZaura and his famous legs came out to play. Dressed in a Japanese inspired kimono and black short and vests, the designer was fabulously dressed as well as a few others who also impressed.
The sweltering Gaborone heat did very little to dampen the spirit of those who came out to chill and party with their peers. Fifi Africa and Dj Kels provided a wide variety of music. Champagne lovers were welcomed with a tantalizing glass of Mimosa. The welcome drink was just the beginning as highlights of the intimate session included Champagne that was free flowing, and a brunch to die for.
The food station proved to be a hit, and a number of the guests made several trips to the station to nit-pick everything that tickled their fancy. On the menu, Executive Chef Melisa Ngoni and her team had gone all out to prepare a brunch that tied in well with the theme of the day. There was an assortment of appetizers and salads, fresh seafoods, and a handpicked selection of international cheese, charcuterie, and breads, and sweet treats for those who wanted to sweeten the deal. According to the Sales and Marketing Manager for the Hotel, Botho Mogami, love is effervescent and as a Hotel they continue to celebrate it just in time for the end of the month romantic gestures.
“As a hotel, we have noticed an undeniable growing appetite for Champagne through out the world, and so we decided to bring that beverage wonderland to Botswana for our first ever Champagne breakfast in association with and sponsored by Moet & Chandon. Our rooftop venue is perfectly positioned to host this world class champagne brunch as it overlooks the bustling Gaborone central business district,” she explains.
She further says that nothing says Sunday like a good feast, and that they sought out to create a world class experience for guests to enjoy as they unwind with friends and family on the weekend. “We are excited to potentially host more of these one of a kind experiences for our clients as we always strive to cater to their needs and go beyond just being a place, they can lay their heads to rest,” says Mogami.