Taj Palace, New Delhi, welcomed the celebrated iconic fashion designer Roberto Cavalli, who will be staying in the TATA Suite, the grand presidential suite in the hotel from Dec 6th – 9th, 2012.
On arrival, Cavalli was greeted by six women associates of the hotel who donned traditional Indian attire and showered petals on him. Cavalli arrived at the venue with style and splendour in a personalized limousine that had Roberto Cavalli etched on it.
On 8th December’2012, The Blue Bar, at Taj Palace, will celebrate its third anniversary in the presence of Mr. Roberto Cavalli. The event shall witness crème de le crème of the capital city gather at the Blue Bar to relish a splendid evening of glamour and panache together with Roberto Cavalli.
The TATA suite, replete with style, elegance and luxury has had many distinguished guests in the past. Eminent iconic personalities from the world of fashion, Hollywood, Heads of States and royalties have stayed at the Tata Suite.
President Nicolas Sarkozy and the First Lady, Carla Sarkozy Bruni, the Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, US secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, Celebrated Hollywood Actor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Queen Of Bhutan, Jetsun Pema to name a few.
The suite offers an unforgettable experience that encapsulates a slice of history, legend, contemporary comfort for the true connoisseur of luxury. The chefs at the hotel will be crafting a special dinner menu for Mr. Cavalli in the suite with hand-picked dishes from their signature restaurants – The Orient Express and Masala Art.
India Infoline News Service / 09:04, Jan 22, 2015
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