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Cinnamon Grand celebrates 13th anniversary


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Cinnamon City Hotels Sector Head and General Manager Rohan Karr, the management and Cinnamon Grand associates at the religious ceremony

Priests from all four doctrines invoke blessings on Cinnamon Grand and Hotel Associates

 

 Cinnamon City Hotels Sector Head and General Manager Rohan Karr cuts Cinnamon Grand’s 13th birthday cake

Cinnamon Grand Associates attend the religious ceremony to celebrate the Hotel’s 13th anniversary at the Atrium Lobby

Cinnamon City Hotels Sector Head and General Manager Rohan Karr addressing the gathering

Cinnamon Grand celebrated 13 years of operation and hospitality excellence on 26 November with festivities that included a religious ceremony with priests from all four doctrines coming together to invoke blessings on Cinnamon City Hotels Sector Head and General Manager Rohan Karr, the management and Cinnamon Grand associates.

Thereafter, the Cinnamon Grand birthday cake was cut and enjoyed by all. In his address, Cinnamon City Hotels Sector Head and General Manager Rohan Karr thanked all associates for 13 years of hard work and dedication while emphasising that every individual is an integral part of the Cinnamon Grand family, and that collective effort is what has brought Cinnamon Grand to the forefront of the hospitality industry.

This also marked the start of a week-long set of celebrations which includes the Associates Appreciation Week that features several events for Hotel Associates, as well as a Talent Show and Fashion Show.

 


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