Christmas: Sheraton hotels in Nigeria to end 2020 on ‘magical note’ for guests

Posted: December 11, 2020 in travel & tourism
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Sheraton Hotels in Lagos and Abuja have announced readiness to thrill guests this Yuletide with special offers, cuisines, room rates, as they assure on delivering ‘a memorable Christmas experience this season to end 2020 on a magical note.’

New Cluster General Manager Rex A.G Nijhof explained that ‘2020 has been a difficult year and our Sheraton hotels in Nigeria want to spread Christmas cheer from discounted room rate offers to culinary delights there will be something for everyone.’

According to Nijhof, the Lagos and Abuja Sheraton hotels already kick-started the festive season with a Christmas lighting cocktail which saw the hotel’s dazzling decorations come to life with our loyal Marriott Bonvoy members connecting and enjoying bite size selections from our Christmas menu and sampling our delicious cakes with the intent to order later.

“Going forward, Loyal Customers and Patrons at the Sheraton Lagos Hotel will enjoy our discounted room rates from the 1st of December till January 17th, 2021 from as low as N56,000. This special rate will include buffet breakfast for 2 adults, welcome drink on arrival and more.

“Christmas meals will start off with a special breakfast on the 25th December from 06:00am-10:30pm, a spectacular Christmas day gala buffet lunch on the same day from 1pm-5pm with rates inclusive of select non-alcoholic beverages. A scrumptious Christmas day dinner will lend more merriment to the day from 7pm –10:30pm.

“Boxing Day – 26th December will open to breakfast from 06:00am – 10:30am while Boxing Day lunch on the same day will be available from 12:00noon-4pm and dinner from 7pm-10:30pm.                      

“To usher in the New Year with family and loved ones a New Year’s Eve gala buffet dinner will be offered on the 31st December from 7pm- 12:30am and prices will be inclusive of select non-alcoholic beverages all with a glass of champagne at 12midnight to light up the New Year.

“On New Year’s day, guests will enjoy the first breakfast of 2021 from 06:00am while New Year Day lunch will be available from 12:00noon with a live band at the Hotel’s the Pumpkin leaf restaurant.

New Year day dinner will be set from 7:00pm.

“The Hotel will offer traditional Christmas cakes on sale at festive prices from N6,800 to be enjoyed with friends, family and loved ones throughout the season of cheer.

“In the spirit of Yuletide cheer, Sheraton Lagos Hotel will team up with a local orphanage to bring three days of spirit lifting Christmas caroling for the 23rd, 24thand 25thof December 2020.

Continuing, Nijhof said the Abuja Sheraton Hotel  will reinforce the excitement of the season with special packages.

“Patrons are encouraged to book stays from 18th Dec -11th Jan, 2021 and stay from 18th Dec -11th Jan, 2021.

“Our special room rate offers starts from NGN44,999 a night and includes family packages as well with free Buffet Breakfast, 0-6yrs kid’s meals, free access to our recreational facilities, free WIFI and more (T&C’s apply). 2 adults once you book on our website http://www.sheratonabuja.comwith the cluster code XCX.

“All patrons coming over Christmas to dine will savor our hearty Christmas day lunch at the Papillon Restaurant for just N13,000 per person inclusive of a refreshing bottle of water and an energizing bottle of soft drink (T&C’s apply)

“While New year’s day lunch will be available for just N13,000 per person as well inclusive of a refreshing bottle of water and an energizing bottle of soft drink ( T&C’s apply).

“Luigi’s Italian Restaurant will be open and will offer your favorite pasta’s, pizza’s and a whole selection of delicious gourmet meals,” he said.

The Sheraton hotels’ chief encouraged ‘all to come through our doors and revitalize themselves through our illuminating Christmas because we are sure that it will be a very merry Christmas for all,’ adding that ‘at Sheraton, the world comes together and infuses the energy of our guests coming into our spaces.’

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