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Cinnamon Lakeside readies to unveil ‘tallest secret’


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Having brought the longest yule log in Sri Lanka last year, the premier five-star urban resort Cinnamon Lakeside has come up with yet another spectacle to entice its guests this December. Dubbed the ‘tallest secret’, Cinnamon Lakeside’s team have kept this delicious DFT-23-01top-secret under wraps but is finally ready to unveil a sumptuous 16 feet tree of treats! Cinnamon Lakeside is inviting all to head over to The Lounge on 19 November at 12 noon to find out what this delicious secret entails. There are over 1,000 yummy treats to choose from! For inquiries, call the hotel’s Hospitality Desk on 0112491884 or log on to the Cinnamon’s city hotels seasonal website www.cinnamonhotels.com/cinnamonchristmasinthecity for more information.


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