REVEALING THE NEW FACE OF il MARE AND THE RETURN OF JAKARTA’S MOST SENSATIONAL SUNDAY BRUNCH

Revealing the New Face of il Mare and the return of Jakarta’s Most Sensational Sunday Brunch

Jakarta, 5 November 2019 – Strategically located at the centre of business and lifestyle district, Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta represents the very best of Jakarta dining, where uncompromised culinary offerings and extraordinary service present an unforgettable experience for every guest. il Mare, an award-winning Italian restaurant at Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta, has reopened its door with the new elegant and contemporary ambiance.

The long-established Italian dining venue has maintained its position as the destination for authentic Italian dining and sensational Sunday Brunch in Jakarta, with focus on featuring a Northern Italian fare and freshest ingredients, helmed by native Italian chefs to maintain the authenticity of the cuisine. With recent revamp having been completed, the popular dining venue has revealed its new décor flaunts a stunning centre piece, spacious seating, marble tables, pizza bar and refined detailed work in every element of the restaurant, presenting a warm, intimate yet lively atmosphere for the guests.

In conjunction to the revelation of the new face of il Mare, the celebration continues where the dining venue will keep the wine flowing when guests spend a minimum of IDR 500,000 per person for dinner every Friday & Saturday.

The Sunday brunch at il Mare is an institution; renown as a fare to celebrate one’s Sunday with friends and family; indulging in a feast. The culinary ideology with its strong traits of quality and taste, is accentuated with friendly service and flair.

Il Mare is open daily for lunch from 12 p.m to 2:30 p.m.; dinner from 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. and Sunday brunch at 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Reservations can be made to http://bit.ly/ilMarebooking or call at +6221 5747777

 


About Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta

Established since 20 September 1997, Hotel Mulia Senayan is internationally renowned for its finest quality of facilities, impeccable hospitality and unrivalled service excellence. The hotel is adjacent to the only golf course within the city centre, and minutes away from Jakarta Convention Center. Each of its 994 guest rooms boasts unparalleled views of the city’s skyline, while an international art gallery features exquisite art pieces both within the rooms and in public areas. In 2015 the Hotel introduced The Suites at Hotel Mulia Senayan, reflecting pure elegance and sophisticated craftsmanship that define Mulia’s signature style of luxury. Every detail in The Suites bears the insignia of Mulia, beginning with personalized greeting from the moment of arrival, with discreet Butler service that is ready to anticipate guest needs and bespoke furnishing with exquisite amenities. Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta is home to one of Southeast Asia’s largest ballroom, which accommodates up to 4,000 guests. With service excellence as its foremost priority, Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta has received various international awards, including ‘The Best Hotels in the world’ 2017, Condé Nast Traveler USA – Reader’s Choice Awards.

For more information, please contact:
Hanny Wahyuni
Director of Communications
Hotel Mulia Senayan Jakarta
Phone: +62 21 574 7777 ext.4502
Email: [email protected]
Website: hotelmulia.com

Highlight of the Singapore Grand Prix – 22 September 2019

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Victorious Vettel slays his critics

After a season with more down than ups, and more than twelve months since he last stood on the top step of an F1 podium, Sebastian Vettel won the Singapore Grand Prix ahead of teammate Charles Leclerc, who had started the race on pole. Ferrari gambled on an early pitstop for Vettel, and when both drivers had returned to the track on fresh rubber it was theGerman who remained ahead, triggering radio complaints from Leclerc.

“To be completely honest with you, I don’t understand the undercut. We will discuss it after the race. My head is down and it will be down until the race–I just want to let you know my feelings,”said Leclerc on the Ferrari team radio.

Vettel was able to hold on to his lead through several Safety Car restarts, with Leclerc around 0.9s behind for most of the closing stages. After 61 laps, the four-time champion took the chequered flag with a 2.6s margin over his teammate, with Red Bull’s Max Verstappen completing the podium.

Singapore Safety Car record remains unbroken

Despite little action towards the head of the pack, the Singapore Grand Prix was an action-packed affair with three Safety Cars and all manner of near misses. The Marina Bay StreetCircuit has seen at least one Safety Car at every running of the grand prix, and while the firstSafety Car of the 2019 race did not come out till the half-way point, between laps 36 and 50 it  made three appearances. George Russell was hit by Romain Grosjean, and required recovery, and three laps after racing resumed Sergio Perez parked his Racing Point in the approach to Turn 14, bringing it out for a second time. On lap 50, Kimi Raikkonen retired following a collision with Daniil Kvyat, bringing out the third and final Safety Car.

Midfield battles beset with drama

The ‘best of the  rest’ championship saw several pendulum swings in Singapore on Sunday night, with extreme highs and lows from the midfield teams. Antonio Giovinazzi briefly led the race during the pit stop window, the first time an Alfa Romeo has led a grand prix since 1983.Racing Point saw accident damage for Lance Stroll and a retirement for Sergio Perez, leading to the second Safety Car of the race. The Renault-McLaren battle saw winners and losers on both sides, with Daniel Ricciardo dropping back after contact with Giovinazzi on lap 34.McLaren suffered on lap one, with Carlos Sainz suffering an early puncture, leaving it to Lando Norris to pick up points for the team.

Off-track Entertainment

Off the track, the event’s stellar entertainment line-up over the race weekend includedSwedish House Mafia, Muse, Gwen Stefani, Fatboy Slim, Hans Zimmer, as well as Toots and the Maytals, with Red Hot Chili Peppers closing the action-packed weekend to a 65,000-strong crowd at the Padang Stage after the chequered flag was waved.Overall, the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2019 recorded an  attendance of 268,000, its second highest ever attendance since the inaugural night race.

ABOUT THE FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX

Singapore has successfully hosted a decade of night racing and Asia’s only street race on theFormula 1®calendar in the Republic since 2008. The Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix will continue to enthral crowds with its unique combination of night race action and world-classent ertainment till 2021. See the world’s finest drivers go wheel-to-wheel under lights at speeds of up to 320km/h, threading the barriers around Singapore’s picturesque Marina Bay featuringa spectacular backdrop of iconic heritage buildings, modern architecture and a stunning skyline.

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Twelfth Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix attracts highest attendance since the inaugural night race

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22 September2019, Singapore – The Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2019has set a new record for the second highest attendance in its 12-year history, overtaking the previous one set last year.

With more than 130 hours of entertainment across 10 stages, innovative hospitality offerings, and exciting gastronomic experiences throughout the Circuit Park, the twelfth edition of theFormula 1 night race drew 268,000 spectators to the Marina Bay Street Circuit over the three-day action-packed weekend.

An exciting showdown is in store for spectators at 2010hrs tonight, with Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc taking pole position in Singapore for the first time–his fifth of the season and third in a row–ahead of the 61-lap Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2019.Four timeSingapore Grand Prix winners, Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel roundoff the top 3 taking second and third place on the grid respectively.

Off the track, the event’s stellar entertainment line-up over the race weekend included SwedishHouse Mafia, Muse, Gwen Stefani, Fatboy Slim, Hans Zimmer, as well as Toots and the Maytals, with Red Hot Chili Peppers slated to close the action-packed weekend at the PadangStage after the chequered flag is waved

ABOUT THE FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX

Singapore has successfully hosted a decade of night racing and Asia’s only street race on theFormula 1®calendar in the Republic since 2008. The Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix will continue to enthral crowds with  its unique combination of night race action and world-class entertainment till 2021. See the world’s finest drivers go wheel-to-wheel under lights at speeds of up to 320km/h, threading the barriers around Singapore’s picturesque Marina Bay featuring a spectacular backdrop of iconic heritage buildings, modern architecture and a stunning skyline.

For media queries, please write to [email protected]

For media kit and hi-res images, please visit bit.ly/SGPmedia.

For the latest on #SingaporeGP, find us @F1nightrace on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.