On Friday night, Grey Goose – World’s Best Tasting Vodka teamed up with award winning boutique hotel, Villa Monticello for a night of celebration and fun.
Grey Goose Vodka & Cocktails was the theme of last night’s soirée.
Villa Monticello Boutique Hotel, located in Airport Residential Area, was recently awarded the title “Ghana’s Leading Hotel 2012” by the World Travel Awards. The night served as an opportunity for the hotel to celebrate its award while continuing to increase awareness about the hotel.
The opportunity came when Grey Goose Vodka agents, Marina Mall, decided to come on board as the main sponsor. The entire ground floor of the hotel was branded in Grey Goose paraphernalia, including, 2 light-up Grey Goose drinking bars and a floating Grey Goose emblem in the pool. To top it off there were 5 specialty cocktails being served, each one representing a different entity involved in the event.
“I really liked the Grey Goose cocktails, said Megritta Morrison”. “I’ve never had one before, but I really enjoyed them.”
Grey Goose was not the only wow factor of the night. Upon entering into the hotel, guests were amazed at the 55” flat screen televisions displayed throughout the ground floor of the hotel by the night’s second sponsor, Samsung- The World’s Most Sustainable Technology Company. In addition to the televisions, Samsung had a display table with the new Samsung Note available for guests to try out.
A video montage was featured on every television screen about Grey Goose and Villa Monticello. Also featured on the video montage was the logo of the events company who put the Cocktail Night together, Kobalt Blue Events Ltd.
“I hadn’t heard of Kobalt Blue before today, but their events are very nice, said David James”. “I look forward to ones in the future.”
The more than 300 guests in attendance were served Grey Goose Vodka cocktails, as well as champagne and an assortment of other drinks. In addition to the drinks, there were three tantalising menu options, including a live grill by the poolside.
The party lasted until 2 am and when guests left happy and full.