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Galadari brings to life the Magic of Christmas and New Year


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With the seasonal cheer just around the corner the Galadari Hotel is abuzz with activity to ensure that an explosion of seasonal festivity is celebrated in style. 

Commencing this hive of activity is the Seasonal Cocktails available at the Lobby Bar from 1 to 31 December. Seasonal Goodies will be available at the Café 64 from 9 to 31 December. Kids come and send a letter to Santa, from 11 to 24 December in the Lobby in Santa’s Mailbox. Santa will be at the Lobby from 18 to 25 December, you can also listen to carols sung by Choro Calibre on 21, 22 and 23 December.

Christmas High Tea is on 17 December at the Lobby Bar, Christmas Eve Dinner will take place in two seatings on 24 December at the Coffee Shop with Kismet and a four-course set menu will take place at the California Grill. 

Lunch with Santa will take place at the Coffee Shop on 25 December, with unending surprises including a magic show and free photograph for kids. Live music by Kismet and carols from Choro Calibre, also on this day enjoy a four-course dinner set menu at the California Grill. Enjoy an extravagant Christmas Day dinner buffet at the Coffee Shop with music by Kismet.

The hotel’s 31st night celebrations come alive with a spectacular international buffet at the Coffee Shop with Kismet and the Effex DJs. Enjoy a night of high entertainment with music by the Effex DJs at the Margarita Blue, a five-course sit down dinner at the California Grill with Mignonne, Russ and Suraj, the night will be unimaginably entertaining. 

Let the seasonal cheer fill your heart as you step into the Galadari to celebrate Christmas in all its glory and greet in the New Year with much excitement and joy.


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