The Staff at Sunset Enjoy a Memorable Christmas Party

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The Flinstones!

Last Wednesday evening, all the staff here at Sunset enjoyed a fun packed Christmas Party held in our Moonlight Theatre.

This year we all had to dress up in fancy dress! It was great to see the effort and imagination that some members of staff put in to their costumes. Some of the group efforts produced great laughs (just look at the photos of the Maintenance team dressed up as babies and the supermarket staff’s Flinstones tribute!). It’s hard to point out a best fancy dress as there were loads of great candidates.

The food was fantastic! We were treated to an amazing buffet prepared by our Head Chef, Paul Tugwell, and his great team; prawns, selection of meats, salads, ham, cheeses, wonderful desserts….. makes my mouth water just thinking about it!

As is tradition here at Sunset, the hotel management team presented awards to key members of staff who have been working at the hotel for 10, 15 and even 20 years! The following staff members received beautiful Waterford Crystal gifts as recognition of their dedication and years of work:


Pedro Podadera González  (Director of Administration)

Miguel Ángel Fernández  (IT Manager)

José Luís Jiménez Morales (Maintenance)


José Gallego García (Chef)

Susana Luomavuori  (Leisure Desk)


Jesús Bonilla Fernández  (Mantenance)

Mª Carmen Montosa Martín (Kitchen)

Domingo Torres Torres  (Maintenance)

Congratulations to all!

Another of the highlights of the evening was the show staring members of staff. The Reception team prepared a Bollywood number and as you can see by the photos, they really looked the part. The second show wasn´t quite as professional; a very “interesting” rendition of a Beyonce classic……but it certainly got some laughs!

Here are some of the photos from the evening. I’m afraid we can’t upload all of them as some have had to be censored!!! 😉 Who do you think has the best fancy dress costume? Can you recognise anyone?

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