The Viking Club of The Radisson Blu Hotel marked its year end with a members’ night celebration perked with dinner and all night fun of games, presentations and prizes. The annual year end occasion offers its health club members and families to come together to celebrate and the hotel and club managements to thank its members for their continuous support and patronage of the club.
The event commenced with the Radisson Blu Hotel General Manager Philippe Pellaud expressing his brief message of welcome and gratitude to everyone who came to grace the occasion. The speech was immediately followed by games for the kids and prizes for the lucky draw. Viking Club freestyle dance instructor Christian Balingit took center stage with seven young kids and teenagers dancing to a medley of hiphop moves. Dinner immediately followed while Kuwait’s popular group ‘Al Hassan Brothers’ entertained everyone with medley of classic and contemporary guitars and Spanish Portuguese vocal renditions to the delight of the crowd. In addition, Viking Club fitness trainer Teodora Valcheva exhibited one of her paintings and was up for auction, proceeds of the sales was intended for charity donations.
The host of the occasion also announced the soon to be opened 'Azur' infinity pool located by the beachfront of the club. The double level pool aims to provide additional relaxing aqua experience paired with a spectacular view of the Arabian Sea. Additional facilities such as the 'Blu Route', a running track pavement along the beachfront and a good area for fishing enthusiasts. Kayaks are also available for members use in addition to beach volleyball and basketball courts leisurely located along the beachfront.
“Radisson Blu Kuwait has earned the respect, trust and confidence of Kuwait as a good result of highly competitive and international standard hotel facilities, services and outlets, hardworking staff that anticipate our clients’ needs. We thank everyone for their usual and kind support to the hotel,” commented Mr. Pellaud. Director of Recreations Ivan Tzenkov said, “The Viking Club will continuously provide the best service to its clients and will never cease to exhaust its resources to give members and guests excellent facilities and added value for their membership fees.”
Viking Club hosts 2,300 active members with complementary 16 free cardio and aerobics classes held on a daily basis, three pools, outdoor sports facilities, sauna, steam, massage services and equipped gym. Discounts are given to the hotel for club members. Further developments and additional facilities for the Viking Club are currently in the pipeline.
By Ricky Laxa