They built a never-before-seen ‘sustainable’ Christmas tree and also a life-size walk-in gingerbread house
The Kathmandu Marriott Hotel is all set for an opulent holiday season. They celebrated a tree-lighting event in a magnificent and unique way. They built a never-before-seen ‘sustainable’ Christmas tree out of throwaway bottles. Their team of engineers not only built a recycled Christmas tree, but also a life-size walk-in gingerbread house.
On Saturday, December 3, 2022, HE Mr. Thompson, the US Ambassador to Nepal, inaugurated the event at the Kathmandu Marriott Hotel, a hotel that combines modern style with native ingenuity.
The kids singing Christmas Carols simultaneously established the tone for the celebration.
The tree they built took 6000+ waste plastic bottles from their estates, and it stands 12 feet tall and has 8 foot circumference. They allegedly spared a tree from being chopped down by doing so, guaranteeing that it continues to absorb 22 kg of CO2 each year.
This year, as a first, their pastry chefs and engineers accepted the task of creating a life-size walk-in gingerbread house. This is the first and only one in the valley. This gingerbread home opens to reveal a festive desk stocked with unique delicacies, hampers, and other holiday specials.
With its dedication to always put people first, Kathmandu Marriott Hotel has challenged itself and pushed the boundaries to provide unique experiences for its guests. As a result, the event was a success in this spectacular setting.