Hotels Across India Are Lighting Up To Spread Some Cheer In These Trying Times

by Gizel Menezes
Hotels Across India Are Lighting Up To Spread Some Cheer In These Trying Times

While the coronavirus pandemic has majorly affected all our lives, those in the travel and hospitality segment have been particularly devastated. But, amidst all this gloom, the industry is still trying to spread love and cheer across the world.

Hotels In India Are Lighting Up To Spread The Message Of Love And Hope

Hotels across India might be running empty right now, but they’re full of love, light, and hope. In a heartwarming attempt to spread this message of hope in these times of crises, they’re illuminating their windows to show us that light always conquers the darkness.

Here are some of the hotels that are spreading this message of positivity.

1. Radisson Blu Noida lit up their rooms in the shape of a heart. This heart signifies “their love for guests that they miss and look forward to welcoming again.”

2. Taj Gurugram also lit up in the shape of a heart with a beautiful message of hope.

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3. Creativity at its best, Raddison Blu Amritsar lit up in the shape of a mask to remind people to stay safe.

Image Courtesy: Conde Nast Traveller India

4. About 270 Marriott International Hotels across Asia Pacific lit up their hotel rooms to form a smiley for their initiative called ‘Light For Hope!’

Watch this video below to see how Marriott hotels in India gave everyone a reason to smile by lighting up their building facades.

5. Novotel Pune also joined in and lit up with the message of hope – a reminder to us all that this too shall pass!


Well, apart from lighting up, several hotels across India are providing free stay and protective gear to those on the frontlines of the pandemic. They’re also distributing food and essentials to those in need. By doing their bit, they’re continuing to strengthen the fight against COVID-19.

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