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Christmas celebrations at Cinnamon’s city hotels


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This Christmas, look no further than the popular Cinnamon’s city hotels – Cinnamon Grand, Cinnamon Lakeside and Cinnamon Red to experience the true magic of the season through a line-up of extensive gastronomic and beverage offerings.

Cinnamon’s city hotels highly acclaimed chefs will showcase their prowess with a range of decadent feasts during Christmas Eve and on Christmas day, going all out to put on the best dining experiences in the city!

Christmas Eve

On Christmas Eve, diners will be privy to several lavish spreads, designed to give guests a unique experience before the clock strikes 12. 

At Cinnamon Grand, the 24-hour coffee shop Taprobane will offer a memorable Christmas Eve dinner buffet, hosting two sittings at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. at Rs. 6,000 for adults and at Rs. 3,000 for kids. The London Grill will set the tables for a seven-course gourmet dinner set menu at Rs. 9,000. For a traditional Christmas Eve, Cheers Pub is the place to visit. At Rs. 4,500 for adults and Rs. 1,500 for kids, the buffet will feature some of the classic Christmas fare that one can never tire of. A special Italian buffet will be served at Echo at Rs. 5,000 for adults and Rs. 3,000 for kids while Noodles will present the opportunity for diners to enjoy an all you can eat a-la-carte dinner menu at Rs. 3,000 for adults and Rs. 1,500 for kids in two sittings.

Cinnamon Lakeside is presenting an international buffet with some of the most popular dishes from the world being laid out at Rs. 6,000 for adults and Rs. 3,000 for kids. Hosted at The Dining Room, dinner will be in two sittings. Come on board the floating restaurant Eight Degrees on the Lake for a smooth sailing and a memorable Christmas Eve. This is priced at Rs. 6,000 for adults and Rs. 3,000 for kids.

Flavoured at Cinnamon Red will host an extensive spread as well at Rs. 4,500, with a range of great beverage offers, to dine above the city.

Christmas Day 

Christmas lunch at Cinnamon Grand consists of two dining experiences. The Taprobane will offer an extravagant buffet with two sittings – 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at Rs. 6,000 for adults and Rs. 3,000 for kids. Cheers Pub takes a more traditional trend with its typical British spread, priced at Rs. 4,500 for adults and Rs. 1,500 for kids.

Christmas Day dinner at The Taprobane will be in two sittings - 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. at Rs. 6,000 for adults and Rs. 3,000 for kids. The London Grill will prepare a delicious seven course gourmet dinner at Rs. 9,000; Cheers Pub Christmas dinner is priced at Rs. 4,000 for adults and Rs. 2,000 for kids, and at Noodles one can enjoy all-you-can-eat a-la-carte feast at two sittings at Rs. 2,500 for adults and Rs. 1,500 for kids.

Cinnamon Lakeside is hosting a Christmas brunch at The Dining Room at Rs. 5,500 for adults and Rs. 2,750 for kids, while at the same time at 8 Degrees on the Lake a bubbly brunch will be hosted at Rs. 6,000 for adults and Rs. 3,000 for kids.

The Dining Room will put on yet another fabulous spread for dinner at Rs. 5,000 for adults and Rs. 2,750 for kids. 

Cinnamon Red’s Christmas lunch at Flavoured is priced at Rs. 4,500 and promise to please you palate and keep you in the most cheerful of moods. At Dinner, the eclectic food and great atmosphere at the restaurant is bound to make Christmas night, one to remember. The buffet is priced at Rs. 4,500.

Christmas has always been special at Cinnamon’s city hotels, but this year they go beyond expectation; curating a range of dining options catering to all palates to make the season a truly memorable one! 

For reservations and inquiries, call Cinnamon Grand on 0773136778, Cinnamon Lakeside on 0112491884 and Cinnamon Red on 0710600948 or log on to Cinnamon’s city hotels seasonal website www.cinnamonhotels.com/cinnamonchristmasinthecity.


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