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Holiday celebrations at Grand Hyatt Macao
    2017-December-1  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

CHRISTMAS is around the corner and Grand Hyatt Macao is decking its halls with a range of eco-friendly and eye-catching designs. In keeping with a tradition of re-using existing hotel materials, five digital Christmas trees will be placed around the hotel lobby, bidding guests and visitors to get into the holiday spirit.

The tech-forward designs include a towering 6.5-meter tree made from 36 recycled television screens and 80 recycled computer monitors. There will also be three 5-meter trees made from 100 recycled computer monitors each. The recycled screens and monitors will display festive images and designs in vivid colors.

Guests can also marvel at an elegant 5-meter tree made from 120 recycled gift boxes from previous years. The boxes feature many beautiful designs, including peacock, butterfly and art deco motifs.

In addition to an abundance of visual pleasures, the hotel will offer a delectable range of sweet offerings throughout the holiday season including a Shortbread House of Edinburgh gift box, a variety of French pastries, Christmas cakes, and the iconic gingerbread man cookies. These will be on display and available for sale at a vintage-style Christmas van in the lobby.

The hotel will host a grand New Year’s Eve celebration, where guests count down to the New Year over a glass of champagne accompanied by music and dancing. A cascade of 30,000 black, gold and silver balloons will fall from the ceiling when the clock strikes 12.

Time: 11 p.m. until late, Dec. 31

Fee: 369 MOP (US$47.3) net per person (inclusive of a glass of champagne); free admission for in-house guests and restaurant patrons(Debra Li)

 

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