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Magical celebrations at Galle Face Hotel this season


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This year, the Galle Face Hotel has all the trimmings to make this festive season even more delightful for guests and their loved ones. South Asia’s leading grande dame set the tone for the season with the traditional lighting of the Christmas lights in abundance of festivity on Thursday. The pre-Christmas celebration which was graced by in-house guests, other special invitees and media enjoyed festive canapés and drinks at the North Wing Lobby. Choro Calibre, a popular ensemble of male and female voices, added to the true festive spirit with a joyful line up of Christmas carols

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