Hard Rock Hotel Maldives unveils festive activities for the season

PUBLISHED December 09, 2019

Hard Rock Hotel Maldives has announced its calendar of events for the months of December and January.

December 22: The hotel will prepare its Island Food Fun Fair at the Sessions venue.

The fair shall offer guests the opportunity to learn alongside the resorts chefs.

Guests can wear a hat and apron as they learn from live cooking stations. Prepared foods will hail from countries such as Indonesia, Japan and Saudi Arabia.

December 23: On December 23 there will be the annual tree lighting ceremony at one of the resorts outdoor lawns. The event will feature festive food such as cookies, as well as fruit punch.

Christmas Eve and day: On December 24 and 25, Sessions, the resorts international eatery, will prepare a selection of colourful festive dishes for guests. On Christmas day at The Elephant and the Butterfly there will be a pink-themed Christmas brunch to match the vibrant décor.

December 27 and 29: The Elephant and The Butterfly on December 27 will host a live music event featuring a range of seafood dishes. Following this on December 29 will be the Seafood Market at the resort, showcasing Sessions selection of daily catches.

December 31 and January 6: The Hard Rock Hotel will host its own pink-themed New Years Eve party. Consisting of cocktails, champagne and beer all served in shades of pink.

The party will bring in latino band Sugar for live entertainment, along with acoustic guitarist Luca Stricagnoli.

Finally, there will be a closing party on January 6, giving guests live entertainment, drinks and a range of different foods.

Hard Rock Hotel Maldives gives guests an all-access pass to the good life in Emboodhoo Lagoon, the first integrated resort destination in the Maldives. Only a 15-minute boat ride from the airport, the hotel offers direct access to The Marina @ CROSSROADS—an entertainment island with dining, shopping, and more. Our Maldives beach resort takes inspiration from the tropical surroundings, incorporating authentic notes of regionally-inspired music memorabilia throughout.


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