Thursday, December 31, 2009

Bristol turns into Santa’s inn for X-mas celebrations

Week long X-mas celebrations start at Santa’s inn in Bristol
Catch the Christmas festivities at Santa’s inn in Bristol Hotel
Mouth watering Christmas delicacies await at Santa’s inn in Bristol

Chandigarh, December 24
Catch the festivities of Christmas Yuletide at Santa’s inn in Bristol Hotel and Resort amidst grandeur of the festivity season and mouth watering delicacies.
The entire place has been converted into Santa’s inn with the largest Christmas tree in region and a big star donning atop. At menu would be Santa’s favorite food and drinks and a vibrant carnival coupled with joy rides, fun games and many more attraction for kids.
“Christmas is a time for great food. Not many families eat together these days. Christmas dinner is a great time to spend time with family members who you may not often see. Its rightly said that The tree is up, the lights are aglow, it's time to celebrate with folks we know ,” said Mr. Sunny Virk, MD, Bristol Hotel & Resorts
He added that with this concept in mind, a visual treat, the Santa’s inn, would be abuzz with activity and tastiest of delicacies. The menu for week long celebrations from December 24 till the dawn of new year would be Cheery Hot Chocolate, The Best Cinnamon Bread, Pear Mouse, Mrs. Claus’s Favorite Lime Pie, Ho-Ho-Holiday Omlet, Starry Biscuits, Chocolate Chip Pie on a Cloud, Rudolph’s Peanut Butter Oat Treats, Fantastic Fudge, Crunchy Paprika Chicken and Chocolate-dipped Apple Slices.
Mr. RS Rawal, CEO, Bristol Hotel & Resorts said, Christmas celebrations are incomplete without a Christmas tree. Santa’s in would house the largest tree in region plump with gifts, toys and chocolates for children.
Santa himself would be round the corner playing with children and loading his favorite child with surprise gifts. Glittering stars, bells painted gold and silver, candy sticks, tinsel, balloons and ornaments from glass, metal, wood and ceramic would find their way out of Santa’s bag into children’s hands.

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