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Christmas festivities kick off at Bahi Ajman Palace Hotel

AJMAN, December 3, 2017

The holiday season has officially kicked off at the Bahi Ajman Palace Hotel with the lighting of Christmas Tree at a spectacular ceremony attended by more than 300 people on November 30.

The magnificent tree forms the centre-piece of the hotel's lobby and is the tallest in the Northern Emirates measuring 49.2 feet high. It is studded with over 9,857 sparkling micro lights and 4,618 decorations. The hotel has established an extraordinary tradition for Christmas and New Year celebrations and this year too has a magical festive programme lined up.

Turning on the lights, Rene Vincent-Ernst, general manager of Bahi Ajman Place Hotel, said, “It is great to share this special moment with our guests, associates and families. As we push the button to light up the Bahi Ajman Palace Hotel Christmas Tree, I take this opportunity to thank all those who have been involved in creating this exceptional evening and the dazzling celebrations ahead."

The festive spirit pervaded all around the Bahi Ajman Palace Hotel as guests from different nationalities and ages watched the gorgeous tree being illuminated and sang with the choir their favourite Christmas carols. On site is also a larger-than-life Ginger Bread Village featuring irresistible selection of traditional delights.

Elaborating on the festive programme Vincent-Ernst added: "We promise to take you on a journey of sensory delights wrapped in luxury this Christmas and New Year. Throughout the holiday season we have an exciting array of activities lined up at the Bahi Ajman Palace Hotel designed to keep you entertained. Join the fun and enjoy our festive treats that will make your celebration all the more special. Stay in our luxurious accommodation, feast on the finest food in the magical 5-star settings and indulge in our spa as you soak up the gorgeous atmosphere." - TradeArabia News Service
 




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