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Four Points by Sheraton Brings in Mandap Pop Up 2.0

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Four Points by Sheraton commenced 'Mandap Pop-up 2.0'
Four Points by Sheraton commenced ‘Mandap Pop-up 2.0’

  • Pop-up showcased unique tents such as cabanas, dinner under the night sky, bougainvillea by eminent designers like Jasleen, Swati, Abhinav Bhagat etc.
  • The event witnessed a footfall of 300 couples

In an attempt to help Delhiites decide for their Big day, Four Points by Sheraton, Delhi Airport recently commenced ‘Mandap Pop-up 2.0’. It brings together eminent and best designers of India such as Kaveri Abhishek, Abhinav Bhagat, Jasleen, Manvir, Swati and Rashi Nidhi to name a few. The Hotel which is popular for its impeccable business services, decided to experiment and innovate with the times. Four Points by Sheraton took this opportunity to showcase its capabilities in every sphere, particularly when it comes to hosting and meeting customer demands while arranging for a Big Fat Indian Wedding.
 
The event is organized in collaboration with WedMeGood, a one stop shop of Indian Wedding Planning where one can find the best wedding vendors with prices and reviews at the click of a button. This one of a kind planning event witnessed a footfall of 300 couples, which was almost 70% higher than last year. Post which the guests enjoyed magical evening with Sufi music by Niazi brothers, who have also performed at esteemed platform like Coke studio.
 
Sharing his view on the occasion, Mr. Sumit Bansal, General Manager – ‎Four Points by Sheraton said, “We understand that the industry is constantly evolving, there are innovations every day, but we strongly believe that the center has to be the services and the resulting experience that the customer derives out of it. When one hosts a wedding it’s the biggest day for them, At Sheraton it becomes equally big for us too, as we want our guests to have the best. This event was conceived keeping in mind to showcase our capabilities to the attendees and help them choose us as their final destination over the rest.
 
He further added, “We take immense pride in being an integral part of Delhites ‘D’ day by helping them in each possible way – that is from ensuring the right color of fabric for their wedding, to the right amount of flowers for the mandap, by keeping hot coffee flowing and bonfire alive in this chilly season. Another advantage which we believe, we have over others is our proximity. There have been days when Delhi has witnessed upto 30,000 weddings in a day. We are located right on the NH8 which helps to curb traffic and can be easily reached by our guests in Delhi, Gurgaon or Dwarka.”
 
Mandap Popup 2.0, allowed its visitors to plan and interact with India’s 8 leading wedding designers and work on creative ideas for their weddings. The event was the one stop destination for all the wedding requirements.About Four Points by Sheraton
 
Four Points by Sheraton is a Starwood Hotels & Resorts hotel brand, targeted as a premier upscale five star hotel chain for business and leisure travelers. Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, LLC is a subsidiary of Marriott International.

Hotel Four Points by Sheraton is a hidden gem (Delhi’s Best Kept Secret) nestled in the lush foliage amid the bustling city of New Delhi. This world Class 70 bedroom property is surrounded by three expansive green lawns & a tranquil pool which provides a relaxing & soothing backdrop for your any special occasion. From wedding to parties, the hotel is the best choice with its 3 incredibly beautiful and huge lawns which can happily accommodate 2000 people.
 
Turning around over 200 plus social functions every year one is bound be completely impressed with the personalised service of the hotel along with their impeccable staff looking carefully into a guest’s every need.

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