Many people indulge in a perfect holiday at 5-star hotels. For example, if you stay at a 5-star hotel in Bangkok you literally do not have to do anything because there will always be staff to take care of every need. However, in Melbourne, a 5-star hotel will do something different which is not very common for luxury hotels.
The Langley Group was forced to cancel an event at the Intercontinental Melbourne. Since the cancellation for the event was done at the last minute, it was too late for the Langley Group to get a refund. The company will push through with the event but it will be held in-house. In order not to waste the scheduled public breakfast, Langley decided to donate it to charity.
Hundreds of homeless and underprivileged people will enjoy a free lunch at the hotel courtesy of the Langley Group. According to MahtaManzouri of Langley, normally, these people will never have the opportunity to experience 5-star dining. Most of the diners will be homeless youths and asylum seekers.
Even if the hotel cooperated with Langley Group, assembling a hundred disadvantaged people to free lunch at the hotel is not easy particularly since there is only a week to prepare. Manzouri had to call several charities but they were unable to organize that many diners given the little time.
However, Melbourne City Mission, St. Mary’s House of Welcome and Brigidine Asylum Seekers Project were successful in gathering people together. House of Welcome will be sending 30 of their regulars for the free lunch.
Several of the young visitors are about to restart their lives with a career in hospitality so that the hotel will take them on a tour of the facility after the free lunch. The event will be something special for these underprivileged people and will go a long way in easing their pressure.
Every year the sameset of guests return to 5 star hotel in Bangkok because the rooms are clean and comfortable with technology right at their fingertips. Many of the guests prefer to stay in Bangkok to escape the bitter cold of winter in their countries.