Hotel Yak and Yeti's Wish Tree: Illuminating Hope and Generosity

22, Dec 2023 |

The Wish Tree stands tall, not just as a festive decoration but as a symbol of compassion, unity, and the boundless joy that comes from giving back to the community

In the spirit of spreading joy and fostering a sense of community, the Hotel Yak and Yeti have embarked on a heartwarming tradition for the past six years—the creation of the enchanting Wish Tree. This symbol of hope and generosity has become a beacon of light, adorned with heartfelt wishes from underprivileged children who find solace and joy in the magic of the season.

Unlike conventional holiday festivities, Hotel Yak and Yeti have seamlessly blended the joy of the season with a deeper sense of purpose. Rather than sticking to the norm of cake-mixing ceremonies, the hotel has ingeniously combined the beloved gingerbread house decoration competition with the inauguration of the Christmas Wish Tree. This innovative approach has proven to be a resounding success year after year, creating a unique and unforgettable experience for all involved.

On December 1st, the children eagerly gathered to pen down their cherished wishes, each one a beacon of hope hanging from the branches of the Wish Tree. The atmosphere was filled with anticipation and excitement as the children poured their hearts onto the paper, dreaming of the gifts that would make their Christmas dreams come true.

Fast forward to December 21st, a day filled with warmth and joy as the hotel played Santa Claus to the eager children. The carefully chosen gifts, each representing a wish from the tree, were joyfully presented to the children, who, in turn, reveled in the magic of the moment. It wasn't just about the material gifts; it was about creating a shared experience that transcended the boundaries of socio-economic differences.

To add to the festivities, the children were treated to a delightful lunch in the scenic Hotel Yak and Yeti gardens. Laughter and smiles echoed through the air as the children enjoyed not only the delicious food but also the company of those who had come together to make their wishes a reality.

Monika Scheilblauer, the General Manager of Hotel Yak and Yeti, expressed the philosophy behind the Wish Tree tradition, stating, "The Wish Tree's idea comes from a simple desire: to spread joy! It's a way for the hotel and everyone involved to give back and spread smiles by simply fulfilling the wishes of children and creating a beautiful, shared moment."

For hotel Yak and Yeti, giving back to the community is not merely a choice; it is a responsibility woven into the fabric of their values. Recognizing their role in the larger ecosystem, the hotel sees supporting underprivileged children as a means to create a positive impact and contribute to a brighter, more hopeful future.

As the Wish Tree continues to blossom each year, Hotel Yak and Yeti remain committed to this tradition, ensuring that the magic of the season extends beyond the walls of the hotel and into the hearts of those in need. The Wish Tree stands tall, not just as a festive decoration but as a symbol of compassion, unity, and the boundless joy that comes from giving back to the community.

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