On commemorating the second anniversary, The Sunset Bali Hotel & Restaurant undertook more social activities. It was commenced by visiting an orphanage in Gianyar and holding an outing to foster familial relationship. The most glorious moment at the time was the fun game involving all the employees as well as the ad hoc department and management office of PT Jayatama Bali Property in Jakarta.
Jokes and laughter actually graced the racing activities. Type of games varied, so that all the staff and employees could get involved. Among them, there were competitions of making up others in covered face, kepo quiz, inserting nail into a bottle, eating bananas in pairs, clamping balloon run, clogs and sunset game namely a game that only existed in The Sunset Bali Hotel & Restaurant.
The festive atmosphere was also visible at the night peak of the program. All the present participants gave pride slogans to the owner and management. Singing of birthday song marked the celebration and then it was resumed with the cutting of cake and rice cone by Fofo Sariatmadja (owner), accompanied by Susi Sariatmadja and Jongy Manalu (commissioner), Krishna (president director) and Tirta S. Dewa (General Manager of The Sunset Bali Hotel & Restaurant).
Dewa Tirta said the celebration of the second anniversary this year featuring the theme ‘New Spirit of New Brand Sunset’ was to foster a new spirit and better work by developing service considering the current tight competition in the business sector. “Our mission is to serve, so that we still have to serve guests with typical quality services of The Sunset,” he said.
Other than services, added Dewa Tirta, the facilities were also very supportive. Room facilities covered an area of 32 square meters, while the other facilities were free high speed internet access in the entire hotel area, standard amenities and a restaurant with a variety of tasty menus. “We also hold a dinner every night as a service to our guests,” he said. (BTN/015)
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