Restaurant Lets The Great Outdoors In For World Environment Day

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) June 02, 2009 -- Food and art lovers are being invited to dine with a difference this World Environment Day (5 June 2009).

The AA Rosette award-winning JB’s Bar and Restaurant in Park Plaza Victoria London has teamed up with fine art photographer Joseph Eta to bring the outdoors in and create the experience of dining inside an art installation.

A delicious all-organic menu, which uses elements from around the world, will be served alongside stunning images from the natural world. Proceeds from the event will be donated to Greenpeace.

“I am delighted to be taking part in what promises to be a stunning evening to stimulate the senses,” says Eta.

Born and raised at the foot of a Cameroon mountain, Eta has been influenced by the beauty of nature his entire life.

“My images capture extraordinary moments in an ordinary day - a simple flower or a local beach transformed by the iridescent light of dawn. My wish is to help people see the beauty in the world around them, every day,” says Eta.

“We are delighted to be celebrating World Environment Day in such an exciting way,” says Ramesh Costa, General Manager at Park Plaza Victoria London.

“The protection of the natural world is incredibly important to all of us – but we want to celebrate Mother Nature in a fun way, to help people appreciate it.”

The World Environment Day experience will take place on the evening of Friday 5 June 2009. To book a table, call 020 7769 9999.

View Joseph Eta’s online gallery at http://www.Xemival.com and Park Plaza Victoria London on http://www.parkplaza.com

About Xemival and Joseph Eta

Joseph Eta is a self-taught art and landscape photographer whose images have sold all over the world. Born and raised in Cameroon, Eta was massively influenced by the natural world around him. He worked in IT and software engineering before returning to his first love of photography full-time. As well as his collections of stunning landscapes, nudes and flowers, Eta is also working on a collection documenting everyday life in Cameroon for a forthcoming book and exhibition.

To find out more about Joseph Eta or to view his collection, log on to http://www.xemival.com.

About Park Plaza Hotels Limited

About Park Plaza Hotels Limited is owner, operator and franchisor of hotels in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The majority of the group’s hotels operate under the Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts brand (part of Carlson Hotels Worldwide), over which the Group has exclusive rights in 56 countries in EMEA, or art’otel, a brand which the company fully owns. Park Plaza Hotels also manages the luxury all-suite Plaza on the River – Club and Residence, London.

Through its strategic partnership with Carlson, one of the world’s largest travel and hospitality companies, Park Plaza Hotels has access to Carlson’s powerful reservation and distribution system, airline partnerships with 21 airlines, loyalty programmes such as goldpointsplusSM for guests and Look To Book® for travel agents and cross-selling opportunities.

There are currently 38 hotels and aparthotels and over 7,000 rooms in the Group’s portfolio. By the end of 2012, the Group’s committed projects and territorial franchise agreements are expected to increase the number of rooms to over 13,000.

Projects under development include Park Plaza Marrakech (2009), art’otel Marrakech (2009), art’otel Cologne (2009), Park Plaza Nuremberg (2010), art’otel Amsterdam (2010) Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London (2010) and art’otel London Hoxton (2012).

Park Plaza Hotels’ shares are admitted for trading on London’s AIM Stock Market.

About Results PR

To arrange interviews or for any further information, please contact:


For Joseph Eta:
Alex Valk, Results PR
Tel: 020 7953 7529
Email alex.valk@resultspr.co.uk


For Park Plaza Victoria London:
Leila Stocker, Rooster PR
Tel: 020 7953 8781
Email leila.stocker@rooster.co.uk

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