Once in a lifetime, we all dream of travelling to the North Pole. Especially at the time when we watch those snow Christmas movies which showcase Santa’s enchanted village in a magical setting. For the first time in Indore, Marriott recreated a scene from Santa Claus Village, a Christmas-themed amusement park in Lapland.
Although, not everyone is planning on visiting Rovaniemi in Finland, for Christmas, know that Santa Village is celebrating their 15th anniversary this year. And Marriott Indore has found a way to recreate the same vibe as this interactive holiday hub, by introducing festive elements from towards the North Pole.
From creating a large Gingerbread house to serving mulled wine and hot chocolate to the guests, the most luxurious hotel of Indore swayed its guests away with a pre-Christmas event on December 02nd. This event kicked-off by lighting a ‘special’ Christmas tree which withheld donated books in its structural core.
Each one of these books brought to the event by either guests or associates will be further given away to the Create Stories NGO on 01st January 2019. A noble cause which was both a celebration, as well as, a message of compassion. All through the evening, a lovely music band sang Christmas carols to bring forth the traditional values of this festival. Together with a 6-feet sexy rocking Santa playing the saxophone!
On this evening Candy castle (built by Marriott) was beyond the name of a gaming App. Out and out, it was an unusually-good reality with inclusions, such as the Iceman, the traditional ornamentations, and even the authentic Christmas appetisers.
Then again, the ‘wonderful’ collection of Christmas goodies was yet another enticing element of this evening. Now, who wouldn’t want to shop for Christmas goodies right from inside the Santa Village, right? On that note, we wish everyone a Merry Christmas, and if visiting Indore in December, then you might as well take a trip to Marriott to get the real feel of the North Pole and the Santa Village from the Arctic.
All in all, the event turned out to be a musical pre-Christmas party with timeless elegance.