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Nutcrackers highlight of hotel’s festive affair


THE majestic sight of a six-metre tall Christmas tree decked in thousands of red and gold baubles with twinkle lights can take one’s breath away.

For good reason, a tree lighting ceremony was held at the lobby of St Regis Kuala Lumpur to usher in the festive season launched by the hotel’s general manager Renato De Oliveira and One IFC Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Carmen Chua.

The event themed after Christmas nutcrackers was to also unveil festive treats, food promotions and Christmas sale at the hotel until Jan 1.

This was accompanied with Christmas carols sung by Of Feathers & Chapters a cappella group.

Four tall wooden nutcracker soldiers were placed around the hotel for added effect.

(Above) Santa’s Kitchen has a gingerbread man and gingerbread house. (Left) De Oliveira (right) and Chua at the tree lighting ceremony. — Photos: RAJA FAISAL HISHAN/The Star
Santa’s Kitchen has a gingerbread man and gingerbread house.   

St Regis also unveiled its Santa’s Kitchen where guests can purchase and indulge in sweet treats such as lollipops, gingerbread house and chocolates.

For people who fancy elegant holiday gifts, they can choose from the hotel’s Holiday Trunk.

The travelling trunk is wrapped in finely crafted faux leather with brass locks and studs featuring the iconic St Regis crest.

The Holiday Trunk comes in two types comprising a luxury hamper priced at RM938++ and the classic hamper at RM518++.

The luxury hamper has a bottle of Veuve Clicquot champagne, gingerbread house, gingerbread man, Christmas stollen, Christmas cookies, Christmas fruit cake, nougatine, Terre Bormane Colombino Extra Virgin Olive Oil, classic panettone with raisins and candied fruits, Weiss Li Chu 64% chocolate bar, Larnaudie Terrine de Canard, and Larnaudie Terrine de Canard aux Cepes.

The classic hamper has all the items except the Veuve Clicquot champagne.

St Regis also takes orders for roast lamb rack and whole roast turkey.

For details, call 03-2727 6696.

Central Region

   

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