R Hotel Rancamaya Golf and resort today officially launched its inaugural Christmas and New Year festivities at an intimate Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. Officiated guests, colleague and children choir from Bina Harapan to witness the spectacular moment where the 4.5 meter tall Christmas tree was illuminated with twinkling colorful lights, adding a magical sparkle to the tree’s crystal-red baubles. Throughout December, guests will be greeted by the majestic Christmas when arriving through the lobby evoking a woody feel of snowman and deers.
The R Hotel Rancamaya Golf and Resort hold its annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in the evening of December 2nd 2017, and welcomed the event with both excitement and joy. The activities began at 6:00 p.m. at lobby area, with Bambi mascot, hot chocolate, finger food passed around and Christmas Carol performance by our little friends from Bina Harapan Orphan Foundation. The event was well attended and every one enjoyed themselves a heartwarming night and had a great time with all the activities that took place.
On that night, the children of the Bina Harapan Foundation sang the sweet, nuanced song of Christmas. Approximately 6 songs are alternately sung by using angklung and saxophone instruments like Holy Night. Feliz Navidad, Jingle Bells and many more. Guests feel stunned and entertained by the sung songs. As the highlight of the event, together the children have turned on the Christmas tree lights to signify the Festive Season in December 2017 has begun. Furthermore, the children have put their hope of Christmas gifts in the Christmas tree (Giving Tree), and the guests will contribute to make their dreams and wishes come true.
We welcome each and every one of you to R Hotel Rancamaya Golf and Resort,” said Ulrich Hahn General Manager of R Hotel Rancamaya Golf and Resort. “We are going to celebrate the season of spirit; the spirit of hope, love, joy and peace. As we know that the season of holiday is a time for giving to each other and forgive one another, embrace one another and reach out to the community, families and friends.”