New Ibiza hotel to open the most expensive restaurant in the world

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A new hotel in Ibiza is set to open the world's most expensive restaurant - at a whopping £1,235 a head.

The Hard Rock Hotel, opening in Playa d'en Bossa on 18 May, will be home to the Sublimotion restaurant, which will offer a 20-course meal on its menu that will set you back a tidy £1,235 a head.

According to the Daily Mail, Michelin-starred chef Paco Roncero is behind the luxury resort's concept, which aims to take 12 guests at a time on a "an experience for all the senses".

A spokesman told the paper: "The dishes will cause a stir among the most neglected senses; from moments of humour, pleasure, fear, reflection and nostalgia, diners will be wandering through a world of sensations from the North Pole where they will enjoy a cold snack that they carve on their own iceberg or to the baroque Versailles where the elegance of a rose is sure to melt in their palate."

According to thelocal.es, the Sublimotion will offer a "gastro-sensory" spectacle its lucky 12 guests, including lights, sounds and levitating dinner plates.

Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza is set to include 493 rooms, as well as VIP services. According to its website, at Hard Rock you will be a true "superstar".

It adds: "Fusing Mediterranean-inspired vibes with legendary Hard Rock electric energy, Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza - opening in 2014 - is sure to be the kind of place where you create some of your life's most unforgettable moments.

"From our hotel's stunning room amenities like private swim-up pools and balconies with awe-inspiring views to hotel treats like our Rock Spa and world-famous Rock Shop to live performances from some of the world's most renowned musical performers, we're ready to really rock this already dynamic and magnificent island-Hard Rock-style."



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