Mövenpick Hotel & Residences Nairobi has partnered with the world’s leading cognac maker, Hennessy to mark the beginning of the festive season at the Hotel’s Kijani restaurant – an event to also celebrate and reflect on the unpredictable year 2020 has been.
The collaboration with #HennessyKE is much anticipated as it will majorly feature new ways to make cocktails -a much-needed kind of culinary experience to not only entertain guests but also have them end the year in style.
Movenpick on its side is also set to entertain guests with a series of feasts as the festive season kicks in, with celebrations such as the corporate end of year parties and Christmas eve celebrations at its unique one of a kind rooftop restaurant, The View. Other feasts on the line up to entertain guests include Christmas day brunch and New year’s eve party.
At an event marked with guests following strict COVID -19 guidelines, General Manager, Michael Flint noted he is looking forward to the collaboration between Mövenpick and Hennessy in continuing to offer our guests quality services and products. “We are excited particularly at a time when the hospitality industry is slowly returning to higher levels of business, of course in adherence to the government’s directives regarding the COVID-19 pandemic,” noted Flint.
He continued to add that the partnership will allow both Mövenpick and Hennessy to synergize their efforts and support each other in exciting product launches and upcoming events. Michael further invited the Media to enjoy the evening and sample the delicious #HennessyKE Cocktails and Canapes showcased by their Executive Chef Aris Athanasiou and his team.
Hennessy on its side represented by the Market Manager for Eastern Africa, Alexandre Helaine noted: “This year has not been easy and in as much as we can’t have everyone come together, as Hennessy we are happy to partner with Mövenpick to curate these festive season experiences to ensure that everyone has a feel-good time even by themselves, as they look forward to closing the year.