Final 50% Off Wine Wednesday event at La Cantina on Sept. 28
TUMON, Guam—The Tsubaki Tower announced its new Fall food festival, called Tsubakifest, themed Friday dinners at Casa Oceano in October. The resort paired the festival with an indulgent resident staycation package, which can be booked now.
The Tsubaki Tower will offer themed dinners each Friday in October at Casa Oceano, the resort’s all-day restaurant. The cost is $80 for adults and $48 for children (ages 6-11), plus a 10% service fee.
Joel Davis, assistant general manager at The Tsubaki Tower, said, “We are thrilled to bring back our themed dinner events in October at Casa Oceano through our Tsubakifest events. Our guests truly enjoy dinner at Casa Oceano, because our delicious, free-flowing wines enhance the experience. Casa Oceano is fast becoming the island’s favorite dinner spot to enjoy new and delicious wines.”
According to Davis, the Casa Oceano menu will change each Friday, and guests can expect all-you-can-drink Japanese sake to accompany the Japanese dinner on Oct. 7; French wines to complement the French-themed dinner on Oct. 14; Spanish wines to pair with Spanish dishes on Oct. 21; and South American wines to enhance the flavors of the South American cuisine on Oct. 28. Detailed menus will be available on The Tsubaki Tower’s Facebook and Instagram pages (@thetsubakitower).
To further enhance the experience, The Tsubaki Tower combined the Tsubakifest event with its October Staycation package. Guests can now make reservations for their next staycation to coincide with the food festival on Fridays in October.
Each October staycation package includes a one-night stay and Tsubakifest dinner for two at Casa Oceano:
Camellia Room Package ($370 + 11% tax) Camellia Club Package ($470 + 11% tax)All Club rooms and suites include Club Lounge benefits. Rooms are limited.
Wine Wednesdays at La Cantina to end on Sept. 28
The Tsubaki Tower will host its final Wine Wednesdays promotion at La Cantina, the resort’s wine bar on the 27th floor. The last Wine Wednesday event is scheduled for Sept. 28 and will offer a 50% discount on select wine bottles. This promotion cannot be combined with other discounts.
La Cantina, which means “wine cave” in Italian, has become a favorite spot for the island’s wine enthusiasts. With its expansive menu of premium and hard-to-find labels from around the world, La Cantina also boasts an elegant setting with spectacular views of the island, Tumon Bay, and Guam’s famous sunsets over the Pacific Ocean.
La Cantina also offers inventive cocktails, premium spirits, and beers, and live music completes the experience. La Cantina is open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 5pm to 10pm and Fridays and Saturdays from 5pm to 11pm (hours may be subject to change).
The Tsubaki Tower team is ready to receive reservations or answer questions about Wine Wednesdays, Tsubakifest at Casa Oceano, or the Tsubakifest Staycation package. Reservations can be made by phone at 671-969-5200.
The Tsubaki Tower is Guam’s newest luxury resort experience. The Tsubaki Tower’s mission is to be an authentic ambassador of Guam’s culture, natural beauty, and unique history. Located along the shores of stunning Gun Beach, the 27-story resort will offer guests panoramic views of Guam’s famous sunsets and the warm blues of the Pacific Ocean. The resort is nestled in the northern part of Tumon Bay and features 340 breathtaking oceanfront rooms and suites, all within walking distance of Guam’s most beautiful white-sand beaches and a world-class marine preserve. The resort features two types of dining, three types of bars, a lobby lounge, deli, club lounge, swimming pools, garden plaza, multifunction room, and a chapel in the sky. For further information about The Tsubaki Tower visit tsubakitower.premierhotel-group.com/guam/ or engage with them on Instagram and Facebook (@thetsubakitower).
Premier Hotel Group has been managing hotels for more than 15 years. PHG is a member of Ken Corporation Group, a pioneer in the high-end real estate rental market in metropolitan areas. Currently, PHG owns and operates a total of 32 hotels – 23 properties throughout major cities in Japan, such as Tokyo, Osaka, and Okinawa, and nine hotels in Guam, Saipan, and the U.S. in collaboration with several international hotel chains. For more information about Premier Hotel Group, visit premierhotel-group.com/eng/. (PR)