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Winter comes to CÉ LA VI as it hosts official White Walker party in Sri Lanka


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The Kingsbury’s CÉ LA VI will be the place to be on Friday 25 January as it hosts the official White Walker party alongside beverage behemoth Johnnie Walker. The Whiskey is an official collaboration between Game of Thrones and Johnnie Walker.

Fantasy enthusiasts will be able to journey to CÉ LA VI from 7 p.m. onwards, as the lounge will be converted into the land of the seven kingdoms. Fans will recognise the familiar statues, Iron Throne as they enter the land of ice and snow atop the Kingsbury rooftop. Guests will be among the first in Sri Lanka to taste the notes of caramelised sugar, vanilla and fresh berries of Johnnie Walker’s iconic White Walker beverage at the official White Walker party. Partygoers will sway to a global beat as both local and international DJs, notably DJ Eve Carey from the UK take centre stage and keep the party going. Furthermore, guests are invited to take a side and deck themselves out as a Warrior of Westeros or as an invading White Walker. The Kingsbury Hotel is located in the heart of Colombo featuring stunning views of Sri Lanka’s iconic Galle Face Green. The hotel boasts a collection of varied cuisine from its outlets – The Kings, Yue Chuan, Harbour Court, Honey Beach Club, The Gourmet Station, The Grill and The Ocean. Since its inception, The Kingsbury Hotel, Colombo has consistently catered to the diverse needs of customers. As the newest offering, the award winning Singaporean dining and entertainment brand CÉ LA VI takes entertainment and nightlife to a new pinnacle. The Kingsbury has earned global accolades including Regional Winner Luxury Business Hotel in South Asia and Best Luxury Business Hotel in Sri Lanka. 


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