Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel adds to the Christmas cheer by flagging off a Tree Lighting Ceremony 

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This is that time of year when everyone comes together to celebrate Christmas, and the Tree-lighting ceremony is the threshold to the festive season celebrations. Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel welcomed the festive season by putting up the Christmas tree, decorated with colourful lights and ornaments that cheered everyone with joy and happiness.

The hotel’s lobby was lit up with fairy lights and filled with festive decor that gave one a little extra smile and a feeling of celebration. One of the timeless traditions includes the gingerbread house that was covered with icing, candy, and sugar drops, which for sure sparked all the kids’ imaginations of fairyland. As the choir team from St. Anthony’s Church performed beautiful Christmas carols, our very own Santa Clause joined the group and made the evening’s celebration most memorable. The event began with a welcome note from SagarGaonkar, EAM-Rooms, who later inaugurated the tree-lighting along with kids. It concluded with a thank-you note from Mahesh Padala, Cluster Director F&B, and was followed by a delicious spread of hors d’oeuvres and wine.

On this occasion, Mr. Mahesh Padala, Cluster Director, F&B expressed, “It is always a beautiful experience to organize a Tree Lighting activity at our property, as it brings cheer not only to us but also to all of our associates, kids, and guests. We have a few events lined up for this December at our hotel, starting with an exclusive Christmas eve dinner and brunch, followed by themed New Year’s parties.

Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel wishes everyone a Merry Christmas!

Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel, Gachibowli offers a 5-star experience in the heart of the Financial District and is located 30 minutes from the Airport. Surrounded by the top IT and financial companies like Microsoft, Google, Amazon and more, it becomes an ideal destination for both business and leisure travellers. The hotel offers 272 thoughtfully designed rooms and suites, including 56 serviced apartments with comfortable beds, elegant bathrooms, high-speed Wi-Fi and premium amenities. We deliver tailor-made enriching experiences for corporate and social guests. After a long day’s work, indulge in a pampering session at The Spa, take a relaxing dip in the outdoor pool, or do an intense workout at our well-equipped fitness centre. Our chefs will ensure you savour the most delectable cuisines at any of our three restaurants; Feast, Zega or Link our lobby Bar and lounge. Whatever the reason for your visit, we look forward to welcoming you.

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