Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Hotel Updates: Kempinski Seychelles Resort Baie Lazare


Kempinski Seychelles Resort Baie Lazare Launches Into Festive Season with New "Concertini" Initiative to Promote Local Talent


This Monday, guests at Kempinski Seychelles Resort Baie Lazare were invited to attend the hotel’s annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremony and the official launch of their exciting new Kempinski Concertini initiative, which aims to promote local musical talent to the hotel’s international clientele.




Kempinski Concertini is a series of interactive mini-concerts, which are designed to introduce guests to Creole music and local talent. Baie Lazare’s very own St. Francis Choir were invited to kick off this Christmas edition of the Concertini campaign, as they declared the festive season officially open with their angelic choruses.
Hotel guests, both young and old, joined in singing traditional Christmas carols and were dazzled when an enormous floating Christmas tree lit up the night from its position in the centre of the luxury hotel’s private lagoon. Kempinski’s floating Christmas Tree is quite unique to Seychelles, standing at over 26 ft tall and weighing an impressive 250 kg. It took a team of four people seven days to erect the towering tree, which can be seen shimmering on the hotel’s lagoon every evening this December. 


“Everyone at Kempinski Seychelles Resort Baie Lazare appreciates the magical performance of the St. Francis Choir,” says Masami Egami, General Manager of the hotel. “These talented musicians are full of enthusiasm for their music and we are delighted to support them by offering a beautiful stage, where our guests from near and far can appreciate the memorable moments they create.”