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This is the season to be jolly and very soon Christmas is going to be on us. It is a time of indulgence (a quite a bit of overindulgence too). And to kick off the festive binge, gingerbread houses have begun to spring up in some of the star hotels across the city. These life-size (and sometimes bigger) houses are all about that warm, cozy feeling that Christmas can bring in. Check out these 4 hotels that have some great gingerbread houses on display this season.
Christmas at The Ritz-Carlton, Bangalore is a festive affair every year with the pathway leading up to the hotel brightly lit up with fairy lights. A giant Gingerbread House stands on the 3rd-floor lobby, a testimony to the joy of giving during this season. Guests can make donations per brick of the house by approaching the Front Desk and the proceeds from this go to cheering up the children to Make a Wish Foundation.
The Market, Ritz-Carlton, 99 Residency Road, Bangalore
A Gingerbread House Store at Sheraton Grand
This Christmas season is double the joy for the Sheraton brand – they have just completed “80 Years of Sheraton” and the festivities are well on its way. The Gingerbread House here, complete with a candy cane pillar entrance is also a store for a whole host of Christmas goodies. If you are looking for gift hampers of cakes, wines and other Christmas specials, you now know where to go.
Sheraton Grand Bangalore
A Block, 26/1, Doctor Rajkumar Road, Rajaji Nagar, Bangalore
There is no Christmas season ever at Hilton Bangalore Embassy GolfLinks, where re:cess, the 24-hour coffee shop does not come out with their quirky best. Be it the colossal Santas in variations or the whooping chocolate Christmas bells; you name it and it is there. In case you are looking to buy a life-size gingerbread house for this season, then Hilton Bangalore Embassy Golf Links is where you should be headed.
Hilton Bangalore Embassy GolfLinks
Embassy Golf Links Business Park, Off Intermediate Ring Road, Bangalore
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