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Hotel heralds in festive season

Kalesi Mele
Monday, December 04, 2017

STAFF members of Tanoa International Hotel on Friday held a Christmas tree lighting initiative to kickstart the festive season for the group.

Each year the Tanoa Group of Hotels holds events to mark religiously significant dates celebrated in the country.

Last Friday, the tree lighting was their way to mark Christmas the birth of Jesus widely celebrated by Christians across the world.

Group Human Resources manager Sharol Kumar said:

"We basically want to be the head starters in the industry," she said.

"We know December has just started and we have when preparing for Christmas for quite some time now.

"The Christmas tree lighting today basically means our doors are open to our clients and our guests and to tell them we are here to make their Christmas worthwhile."

Staff members sang Christmas carols and held a devotion before hosting guests to a cocktail function later in the evening.

"This isn't just for Tanoa International but for the rest of our hotels in the country as well.

"We are ready to host our guests to a Christmas they will remember,"








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