Hotel offers an olive branch of Christmas-New Year joy for guests

 |Nov 27, 2016
From left - executive sous chef Azhar Bah, food and beverage manager Eric Cheng, senior sous chef Fauzi Ilias and pastry chef Andy Chin Wai Ming rolling out the Christmas goodies at Olive Tree Hotel in Bayan Baru, Penang ... MO Pix.
From left – executive sous chef Azhar Bah, food and beverage manager Eric Cheng, senior sous chef Fauzi Ilias and pastry chef Andy Chin Wai Ming rolling out the Christmas goodies at Olive Tree Hotel in Bayan Baru, Penang … MO Pix.

At Olive Tree Hotel in Bayan Baru, Penang, celebrations are more meaningful in the way the hotel does a little more for their guests.

Known to be different, Olive Tree Hotel strives to make each guest’s visit a memorable experience with dynamic service from the hotel staff.

Little gestures go a long way, as in customising the menu, giving discounts and special room packages during the school holidays seasons.

For their Christmas-New Year celebrations this year, there will be buffets, irresistible getaways and heart-warming carols to liven the joyous atmosphere.

The hotel’s Christmas eve dinner and luncheon buffet highlight traditional indulgences with decorative, delicious meat loaf, chicken terrine and seafood platters.

Guests will be presented with roast turkey, roasted lamb leg and lamb chops cooked perfectly by the hotel’s chefs.

This holiday season; treat your sweet tooth to an array of favourite Christmas desserts with puddings, sweet pies, pastries, ginger bread and an assortment of cookies.

To liven up the festivities, the hotel will organise some simple games for the guests to take part.

Olive Tree Hotel’s tradition to ensure that all guests receive a gift after their meal has always been a surprise and delight to look forward to.

For Christmas and New Year’s eve diners, they can enjoy a live band sessions in the hotel’s 7 Lounge where they can continue with merry making.

There will be a countdown to welcome 2017 where guests would be entertained by the talented and engaging performers as they party on.

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Doris Lim is a Malaysia Outlook contributor with a keen eye for details developed form her background in architecture and design. Her affable personality and passion to celebrate life is captured in her stories of the community. Doris’ love for all things beautiful and quirky is tempered by her love for writing, photography, food, art and travel.