During the recent Grand Opening of the Four
Points by Sheraton Kuching, the hotel managed to set a new record for the Tallest Cupcake Display in Malaysia, an attempt
endorsed by The Malaysia Book of Records.
The record attempt was
witnessed by the Prime Minister as well as Datuk Danny Ooi,
Managing Director of The Malaysia Book of Records.
Spearheaded by Four
Points’ Executive Chef, Liou Chong Yaw, the building of the
cupcake display also raised funds for the annual UNICEF Check Out
for Children Challenge.
“We wanted to set the record, but our
attempt was more than that. Our culinary team also wanted to give
back to the community and we have an ideal platform to do that
through the Check Out For Children programme,” said Chef Liou. “We
chose to use the cupcake as it is not only one of Four Points’
most recognizable brand icons, it is also a Feel Good Treat that
promotes a feel good feeling.”
Four Points by Sheraton Kuching, the first Four Points hotel in
South East Asia, is located 2 kilometres from the
Kuching International Airport and just 15 minutes from
the heart of the city.
All 421 rooms at the Four Points by
Sheraton Kuching feature the
Four Points by Sheraton Four Comfort Bed, 32-inch LCD
televisions, large working desk, High Speed Internet Access, WiFi
and a rainforest shower.
The hotel also has
three Food and Beverage concepts, ten meeting spaces including a
1,456-square metre ballroom, 24-hour fitness centre, outdoor
swimming pool and 24-hour business centre.
added service to guests, Four Points by Sheraton Kuching offers guests complimentary shuttle
transfers between the hotel and the airport as well as to and from
the city’s commercial center.
The hotel’s General Manager is Giuseppe Ressa.
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