Bells Will Soon Be Ringing With Holiday Activities At Hotel Crescent Court, A Rosewood Hotel

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Uptown Dallas hotel transforms into Holiday Central.

Holiday Decor
On November 30, the hotel will unveil its unforgettable Christmas tree and lobby centerpiece.
The centerpiece of the lobby will be Executive Chef Gianni Santin's sugar crystal palace. Perched 12 feet in the air, the palace will be tinted ice blue and teal and feature various towers and drawbridges. The centerpiece:
Contains more than 180 pounds of sugar
Has been in the works for three months
Represents an estimated 240 hours of work

Children's Holiday Activities
Hotel Crescent Court, A Rosewood Hotel will once again offer their much anticipated series of gingerbread house decoration classes for children.
Santa also will be paying the hotel a visit for Breakfast with Santa each Saturday morning leading up to his big work day.

Adult Holiday Activities
Adults will be able to take part in an afternoon tea, which will be offered each weekend of December.
Served in beau's lobby lounge.
Offers guests various teas, mini pastries, freshly baked scones and assorted finger sandwiches.
Hotel Crescent Court, A Rosewood Hotel will also offer two adult gingerbread house decorating classes that will feature gingerbread martinis and hors d'oeuvres from Nobu-Dallas.

Holiday-Themed Spa Treatments at The Spa at The Crescent
Sugar Plum Fairy pedicure, which features:
Sugar plum scrub
Sugar plum mask
Relaxing foot massage with sugar plum whip moisturizer

Leftover Wrap:
Cranberry pomegranate sugar scrub or ten grains and spices scrub
Pumpkin and yam enzyme wrap
Pumpkin cream massage

Holiday Cheer package, which features:
Cabernet scrub
Wine and honey wrap
Sauvignon massage
Champagne refreshments

Quotes
Attributed to Linda Wan, managing director Hotel Crescent Court, A Rosewood Hotel
"We don't hold anything back when it comes to the holidays. During the weeks leading up to Christmas, our property is transformed into a holiday dream, and it has become a must-visit destination for area residents."

Attributed to Gianni Santin, executive chef, Hotel Crescent Court, A Rosewood Hotel
"This is without a doubt my favorite time of year. Every year, I have kids in the Gingerbread class who are still giddy because they've just met Santa at breakfast, and then get to come build a gingerbread house - it has become a holiday tradition."

About Hotel Crescent Court, A Rosewood Hotel
Located within walking distance of the art, culture and energy of Dallas, the hotel consistently wins hearts and accolades as one of the best hotels in the United States. With a bold palette of rich colors, chic newly renovated guest rooms, modern amenities, innovative New American cuisine and the serenity of The Spa at The Crescent, Hotel Crescent Court offers discreet and professional service complemented by Texas charm.

About The Spa at The Crescent
Within its quietly opulent 23,000-square-foot facility, The Spa at The Crescent offers 77 one-of-a-kind treatments and services for men and women in 20 state-of-the-art treatment rooms. Luxurious product lines and discreet and knowledgeable service create a spa rivaling others in far-flung locations around the world.

About Rosewood Hotels and Resorts
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Rosewood Hotels & Resorts manages properties worldwide including The Mansion on Turtle Creek and Hotel Crescent Court in Dallas, The Carlyle in New York, CordeValle in San Martin, California, Inn of the Anasazi in Santa Fe, Las Ventanas al Paraíso in Los Cabos, Mexico, Hotel Seiyo Ginza in Tokyo, Japan, and a triumvirate of world-class Caribbean properties - Little Dix Bay on Virgin Gorda, Caneel Bay on St. John and Jumby Bay on Antigua. For more information on Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, please call 888-ROSEWOOD, or visit http://www.rosewoodhotels.com.

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