Renowned hotels in the city are vying with each other to become the ultimate destination for fun, food and celebration for the New Year revellers.
Radisson Blu Hotel off Main Road will organise two events — one at Heroes restaurant on the ground floor and another in the lobby has The Great Kabab Factory, Skylit Lounge and Waterfront Cafe.
At Heroes, 60 couples will be allowed on first come, first served basis, provided they are above 18 years.
Guests can enjoy music, dance and snacks upon the payment of an entry fee of Rs 799. If couples wish to have dinner, they will have to shell out Rs 1,499.
“Beverages will be charged extra,” said food and beverage manager Kumar Susheel Saurabh.
Executive chef Ram Chandra Oraon said couples would have to pay Rs 9,449 for everything, including food and beverages at the lobby.
There will also be a special package of Rs 15,449 that will also cover the cost of a room for night stay.
Hotel Le Lac on Line Tank Road will organise a similar event called Winter Glitter where they will bring in a Russian dancer and a dance troupe from Calcutta.
“There will also be special games for both adults and kids,” general manager Shankar Dutta said.
While a couple will be charged Rs 6,000, those accompanying them and aged between six and 16 years will be charged Rs 1,500 per person.
“Children below six years will get free entry,” Dutta added. The hotel will also offer room packages at Rs 9,999 for a night’s stay and Rs 10,999 for two nights.
Capitol Residency on Station Road will come up with an event called Pop the Cork at both its restaurants — Fluid and Melange — along with DJ mixes and dance.
“Fluid will exclusively host couples, charging an all-inclusive entry fee of Rs 5,000 per couple. Melange will be open for all and the entry fee has been fixed at Rs 2,500 per head,” food and beverage manager Asit Kundu said.
Clubs are also ready to cash in on the New Year euphoria.
Ranchi Club on Main Road will have a DJ and a live band flown in from Mumbai to jazz up the night.
“Entry to the event will be restricted to our members and their outstation guests only,” club president Sandeep Kapoor said, adding that local guests of the members will not be allowed.