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Turn up the dark to raise awareness about ‘Earth Hour Day’ at Radisson Blu

New Delhi [India]: Supporting the core theme of the annual ‘Earth Hour Day’, Radisson Blu Paschim Vihar is all set to ring in the day by participating and turning off the lights for an hour to save energy between 8:30 and 9:30pm.

The posh hotel in West Delhi will celebrate the day by organizing a special candle light dinners for all their guests and patrons.

Every year, ‘Earth Hour’ is observed across the world from ‘8:30 pm to 9:30 pm’ during which people demonstrate their commitment to planet earth by switching off unnecessary lights for an hour and taking part in outdoor activities such as night walks, night treks and candle light dinners.

Across the entire hotel, the lights will be dimmed to conserve energy. To make the night even more interesting, guests can indulge in a candlelit dinner at Level 2 and Indyaki. The hotel offers distinctive dining options with fresh concepts such as live Indian food counters, show kitchens and extensive Tea menus.

Level 2, an all day dining restaurant offers world cuisine and interactive kitchens; Indyaki, an Indian specialty theme restaurant imparts a truly global appeal.

ORO, The Bar for the discerning guest offers Tapas style snacks and an international range of wines and spirits; Chinese by the Pool for exotic culinary journey of South East Asian flavors while experiencing the majestic evening at an alfresco location, and the Tea Lounge that offers surprisingly elaborate tea or coffee menu and Cups Cakes is a Pastry Shop that offers mouth watering range of freshly baked sweet and savory delights.

The menu features Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian Pre-fixe meals along with a’ la carte menu with seasonal offerings.

However, the Oro Bar and lounge will be serving unique Earth Hour cocktails and mocktails along with live music – Violinist and Lantern flying. First Earth Hour cocktails or mocktails will be free of cost.

“More than just a symbolic participation, we wanted to conceive a concept that helps create awareness among our guests. We also wanted to showcase what the community can do beyond just the designated Earth Hour, to contribute to saving energy sustainably,” said General Manager Radisson Blu Paschim Vihar, Arun Arora.

“We hope that once our guests go back home, they will host similar community get-togethers on a regular basis, so they can switch off lights in several homes by joining in such social gatherings,” added Arora.

With the observance of the Earth Hour Day Celebrations, the hotel aims at giving back to the community by taking a step in the right direction towards combating climate change and global warming. (ANI)