Friday night hotel stay for two PLUS 3 course meal each for £50pp @ Malmaison
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Friday night hotel stay for two PLUS 3 course meal each for £50pp @ Malmaison

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SuperEd
Found 23rd May 2017
Hi all, just noticed Malmaison have launched an offer on Friday nights at various locations - some have better availability than others.

Offer is if you spend £50 in their restaurants you'll get the room for £50 BUT thing is they've also launched a spring menu which you can get a 3 course meal for £24.95pp, which would bring your min spend of £50 very very close (Plus you'll end up buying a drink so would meet it anyway)

You can also get a 2 course meal for £19.95 but would be £10 off the min threshold.

Whats the menu i hear you ask?

SPRING FIXED PRICE

Two courses £19.95 Three courses £24.95

STARTERS

Cauliflower velouté
Pickled cauliflower and spiced onion frita
Fresh burrata
Creamy style Mozzarella, herb purée, heritage tomato salad
Grilled masala spiced mackerel
Sweet potato and lime pickle, cumin raita
Spring lamb Benedict
Slow braised Dorset lamb shoulder, American glaze, brioche and mint Béarnaise

MAINS

Chicken Milanese
Breaded chicken breast, Burford Brown fried egg, truffle mayonnaise and rainbow chard
Gloucester old spot pork belly
Braised gem heart, fresh peas, Ramsay black pudding and Bramley apple purée
Pan-fried river trout
Pea and broad bean purée, Anya potatoes and truffle vinaigrette
Fresh spring vegetable and wild garlic risotto
Pea shoots and extra virgin olive oil

SIDES/£4

Mixed spring greens
Anya potatoes with chive vinaigrette
pan roasted Jerusalem artichokes

DESSERTS

Warm Valrhona caramel chocolate brownie
Brown butter pecan ice cream
Rhubarb trifle
Yorkshire rhubarb, vanilla custard and ginger crumble topping
Iced coffee and praline parfait
Chocolate sauce
Seasonal fromage slate
Fruit chutney, quince and crackers

You can obviously choose anything at the restaurant as the offer on menu isn't valid unless you order before 7.30pm, which won't be an issue for most.

https://www.malmaison.com/media/502369/mal-dundee-07-02-14-_mg_0252.jpg

Make sure you select the Friday and Saturday for the offer to apply

http://i.imgur.com/LOlf04O.png

There's also an offer for other stays from £109 here LINK


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Brilliant post thank you
Checked Brighton and Edinburgh - no dates available.
Original Poster SuperEd
stingergb

Checked Brighton and Edinburgh - no dates available.



SEARCHING:
EDINBURGH, JUN 2017, 1 ROOM, 2 ADULTS
EDIT YOUR SEARCH

YOUR RESERVATION

CHECK IN FRI 16 JUN 2017
CHECK OUT SAT 17 JUN 2017
TOTAL: £50

Edited by: "goonertillidie" 23rd May 2017
goonertillidie

SEARCHING:EDINBURGH, JUN 2017, 1 ROOM, 2 ADULTSEDIT YOUR SEARCHYOUR … SEARCHING:EDINBURGH, JUN 2017, 1 ROOM, 2 ADULTSEDIT YOUR SEARCHYOUR RESERVATIONCHECK IN FRI 16 JUN 2017CHECK OUT SAT 17 JUN 2017TOTAL: £50



It says you need to book it for two days. It does not allow you to book one day only.
stingergb

It says you need to book it for two days. It does not allow you to book … It says you need to book it for two days. It does not allow you to book one day only.



Cold then.
When I check different places and dates it always says 'MINIMUM STAY LENGTH ON THIS DATE IS 2 NIGHTS'.
no dates in Belfast
Original Poster SuperEd
stingergb

When I check different places and dates it always says 'MINIMUM STAY … When I check different places and dates it always says 'MINIMUM STAY LENGTH ON THIS DATE IS 2 NIGHTS'.



Seems an issue with the site but you can book 1 night - just click the Friday and Saturday (where aval) and total will be £50 (long as you spend £50 at the restaurant)
Confirmed, minimum booking is 2 days. In most cases this is impossible as the Saturday has no availability, poop.

Goontillidie, why did you delete my post?
Original Poster SuperEd
The_Hoff

Confirmed, minimum booking is 2 days. In most cases this is impossible as … Confirmed, minimum booking is 2 days. In most cases this is impossible as the Saturday has no availability, poop.Goontillidie, why did you delete my post?



hey, was in error, Apologies - the offer is for 1 night and can be booked?

http://i.imgur.com/ah3hO3K.png
http://i.imgur.com/7JTVYY2.png

Just booked for Liverpool on the 2nd June. £50.
When you book do you need to pay the £50 then they refund when you go for a meal?
goonertillidie

hey, was in error, Apologies - the offer is for 1 night and can be … hey, was in error, Apologies - the offer is for 1 night and can be booked?



Indeed, seems each hotel location is running different terms - Brighton and London are all marked for 2 nights, Liverpool on the other hand allows for a single night.

If your spend in the brasserie is less than £50, the difference in cost … If your spend in the brasserie is less than £50, the difference in cost will be added to your room rate e.g. if you spend only £25, a £25 addition will be made to your room rate, making the room rate £75.



At least there's not a massive penalty for missing the target on food/drink and it's just the difference - meaning it works out the same overall.
Glasgow requires two night booking, would be a great deal otherwise.

Edited by: "blammo" 23rd May 2017
Title says £50 per person. Is that correct?
So basically it is £100 per night and you can only stay one night at this rate as the Saturdays are usually more expensive. Friday night in hotels is easy to get cheap as business folk are not staying there. Personally I would expect a cheaper rate than this as I have had great hotels and meals with a glass of wine for £80 for two, but for Malmaison food / hotel it probably isn't too bad a deal - except who wants to stay on a Friday night?.
T's & C's

VIEW OFFER DETAILS
Spend £50 at dinner on food and drink in the brasserie and receive the room from just £50 per night. Based upon our Malmaison standard room. Advance bookings essential. Excludes breakfast, lunch and items ordered in advance for the room.

Rate can be cancelled up to 4pm day prior to arrival without penalty.

*London from £75

Excludes Oxford

Room must be taken on the same evening as the £50 food and drink is spent. If your spend in the brasserie is less than £50, the difference in cost will be added to your room rate e.g. if you spend only £25, a £25 addition will be made to your room rate, making the room rate £75. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Offer is subject to availability. Supplements may apply for superior rooms and upgrades.

Valid on Fridays until 31st August 2017

Subject to availability
Now they are being more up front about it I have copied and pasted my quote from another thread:
"Okay so here I am in the swanky Manchester Malmaison.....check your T&Cs folks - for £40 I had a Sunday Sleepover which meant I needed to spend an extra £75 in bar/restaurant to secure this rate! Now as we travelled 4 hours by train for a wedding anniversary we didn't say no and paid said £75 which was enough for a two course meal with wine. We also received one voucher for a glass of champagne (between us?????????) so all in all it was decent value if you consider room only on the night was £139. Stay AWARE of 'hidden' costs you could incur"
So...you need to spend £50 in the restaurant to get the room rate of £50....so.it's £100 then for room and food (minimum).

Cold
Inform your mothers that I am free every Friday for the foreseeable future.
So it's £100?
Disco.Dave

So it's £100?


Correct based on hotel stay for TWO plus 3 course meal.. £50.00pp = per person x 2 so £100.00
stingergb

It says you need to book it for two days. It does not allow you to book … It says you need to book it for two days. It does not allow you to book one day only.


oh damn i got already extcited......
heat added anyway
booked. thanks opp. Wifes birthday and our wedding anniversary on one of those Fridays so result!
Used this offer a couple of weeks ago in Manchester. The £50 food spend is on any food/drink - you do not have to stick with the full menu, anything from the bar works too.

Disco.Dave

So it's £100?

bambam0074

[quote=Disco.Dave] So it's £100?



Incorrect, minimum spend total is £100. You get the £50 room rate when you spend a minimum of £50 in the restaurant. It's not based on the number of persons.
Banned
Wow, good find. Heat added, thanks op!
bambam0074

I am correct.. The price is £100... My response said "based on" as in … I am correct.. The price is £100... My response said "based on" as in giving an example.. sort your life out saddo... If all you can do is troll around looking to cherry pick you need to find a hobby ! Also when you cherry pick get it right !!



Why the insults?

You were wrong, and are still wrong. I was just clarifying the deal is not based on two sharing.

So please keep your insults to yourself.

Pea shoots and extra virgin olive oil

is that really a main course?
joesmum42 m ago

Pea shoots and extra virgin olive oilis that really a main course?


To be fair you do get a lot of olive oil.
£25 with £75 spend on a Sunday!
Booked this for Birmingham.
We were not allowed to order off theset menu - had to choose of the a la carte menu
Edited by: "lovefrommarkxx" 7th Aug 2017
Cor there's some proper tight people on here, a 3 course meal and room for the night for a 100 quid, really, people are voting cold because of this. Have a day off. I've booked Liverpool and can't wait. Stayed there before, lovely hotel.
spenspuma23rd May

So...you need to spend £50 in the restaurant to get the room rate of …So...you need to spend £50 in the restaurant to get the room rate of £50....so.it's £100 then for room and food (minimum).Cold

Whys that cold are you a McDonald's happy meal sort of person yeh 2 3 course meals and a double room £100 is a right deal
Booked for Leeds on 18th right deal
What happened when you finish dinner and then they have no rooms left?
Beaware of this offer: In June (when this deal was originally posted) I booked July 7th at the Birmingham Mailbox Malmaison. All was fine until we went down for dinner. The waitress/head person came over and said as you on the 50:50 room offer you cant have the fixed price 2 or 3 course menu. She said we could have the items if we wanted but they would be individually priced and not £19.99/£24.99 per person as the deal suggests. She simply said cant mix promotions. I thought this was outrageous but didnt make a big deal as it would put a downer on the meal and stay otherwise.

Just something to be wary of!
Edited by: "muradxs" 11th Aug 2017
muradxs5 m ago

Beaware of this offer: In June (when this deal was originally posted) I …Beaware of this offer: In June (when this deal was originally posted) I booked July 7th at the Birmingham Mailbox Malmaison. All was fine until we went down for dinner. The waitress/head person came over and said as you on the 50:50 room offer you cant have the fixed price 2 or 3 course menu. She said we could have the items if we wanted but they would be individually priced and not £19.99/£24.99 per person as the deal suggests. She simply said cant mix promotions. I thought this was outrageous but didnt make a big deal as it would put a downer on the meal and stay otherwise.Just something to be wary of!


i would of thought straight away they wouldnt allow you too have set meals with this room offer
fattyuk11th Aug

i would of thought straight away they wouldnt allow you too have set meals …i would of thought straight away they wouldnt allow you too have set meals with this room offer


in hindight yes. but just went with the headline if this post "£50pp with a 3 course meal anda nights stay".... the only way to achieve that really is with the set menu.

Wasn't a big deal but thought i'd warn those thinking about it,
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