Hard Rock Hotel Maldives is ready to rock ‘n’ roll this December with an array of music-themed festive activities being offered throughout the holiday season. After a successful inaugural campaign in 2019, Pink Festivity is back as a signature annual event, where the resort decks its halls with rose-colored decorations, accessories, and beverages. Guests are invited to Hard Rock Hotel Maldives dressed pretty in pink to complement the theme.
The festivities kick off on Dec. 21 with an intimate tree lighting ceremony where guests, including the little Rock Stars, light the islands’ Christmas Tree accompanied by delicious Christmas cookies, fruit punch, and heart-warming mulled wine for adult rockers. On Dec. 22, guests will take to the beach in style with live band performances and barbecue on the beach with an exciting lineup of activities, including an art class by the pool, a live DJ, and pool games for those who want to chill and hang out with the band. Hard Rock Hotel Maldives will also host a signature beach volleyball game on the sunset.
“We’ve created a lineup of fun events full of good vibe to enjoy this new tradition at Hard Rock Hotel Maldives,” said Tolga Unan, General Manager of Hard Rock Hotel Maldives. “The festivities are designed with the utmost care and incorporate a great deal of local flair for the holidays by utilizing local products, local bands and entertainers to show our care to our community.”
On Dec. 31, Hard Rock rings in the New Year with all things pink, where a sumptuous feast at Sessions tickles the tastebuds, and everything from gin, to cocktails, to champagne and beer, are all served in shades of pink. Live entertainment, including a performance by resident DJ ensues by the beach with the Pink After Party featuring the Maldivian local band The Wood.
Hard Rock’s SAFE + SOUND program implemented at Hard Rock Hotel Maldives ensures that guests can enjoy their Pink Festivity experience in a safe and sanitary environment. Hard Rock International partnered with world-renowned public health and safety organizations like EcoSure, an Ecolab Division, and NSF International, formerly known as the National Sanitation Foundation, to ensure its properties are SAFE + SOUND, meeting the highest standards of safety, sanitation, food handling and employee training. The enhanced SAFE + SOUND safety protocol includes, but is not limited to procedures such as a state-of-the-art, non-intrusive thermal temperature screening process before entering, social distancing measures and protective mask requirements for all team members.
For more information and booking, please visit www.hardrockhotels.com/maldives.