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The Westin Pune Koregaon Park rings in the Christmas Festivities!!

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Pune (Dec. 03, 2014): The infectious Christmas spirit has spread with dazzling ambiences, beautiful decorations and the jovial atmosphere. The Westin Pune Koregaon Park was amongst the first hotels in Pune to present to its guests a special Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony to felicitate and welcome the festive season on Saturday - November 29th 2014.

Showcasing the true Christmas colors, the hotel displayed an array of twinkling lights, sparkling candles, wafting aromas of balsam and spice cookies. Ushering in the festivities The Westin Pune staged an incredible ceremony which was picture perfect with a brightly lit up Christmas tree, traditional hand crafted Ginger Bread House, pies, cakes, candies, carols and hymns.

The venue was filled with joy and cheer as guests witnessed the lighting up of the 40 ft high Christmas Tree and sang carols along with the melodious choir from the Mercedes Benz International school and Prelocate Interculture Training Center.

“After the cake mixing ceremony organized at the hotel last month, lighting of the Christmas tree is our next step towards the celebrations for Christmas. We are glad to have all our guests and patrons participate in this fun activity and embrace the festive mood. We have kick started the year end celebrations with opening our festivity desk and have lined up exciting New Year party packages for our guests." said Mr. Sujeet Kumar, General Manager, The Westin Pune Koregaon Park.”

The evening saw an air of merriment and joy as Santa came along with his sack filled with goodies for the kids. Laughter, fun and cheerfulness surrounded the walls of The Westin Pune as guests of all ages participated in creative and fun activities like carol singing, kids letter writing and posed to click pictures with Santa Claus.

The lobby adorned the festive look with the beautifully decked up Christmas tree and a Ginger Bread House stalked with yummy goodies and hampers.