Rosewood London's annual Christmas campaign in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity returns to London from the 1st to the 12th of December. This year's Rosewood Mini Wishes will feature Nicole Scherzinger as the face of the campaign to raise awareness for the children's charity that funds advanced equipment, pioneering research, and the refurbishment of vital medical facilities.
Rosewood Mini Wishes 2017 will once again see Father Christmas spreading cheer across London in his iconic red Mini convertible each day of the campaign.
Father Christmas will visit local children's schools and bustling London locations while encouraging the public to make their Christmas wishes in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity (GOSH Charity).
Londoners can track the whereabouts of Father Christmas via our tracker where they can also make a Christmas wish for £1 with all proceeds going directly to GOSH Charity.
At the end of the campaign at the annual Gala Dinner, three special wishes will be granted, with last year's wishes including a luxury spa day for a mother-daughter duo, a bike for little Esmerelda, and library books for Doverdale School.
With those students also meeting Father Christmas on the Westminster Bridge during a field trip to London.
To further its fundraising efforts, Rosewood London will be donating £1 from all bills with festive elements directly to GOSH Charity for the entire month of December.
This includes £1 from every bill from the Monkey 47 Winter Lodge, £1 from every Festive Afternoon Tea in the Mirror Room, and £1 from every festive pie sold in Holborn Dining Room.
Additionally, £1 from every hotel room bill during the campaign will go to GOSH Charity.
Rosewood London, centrally located in the heart of London on High Holborn and housed in the original headquarters of the Pearl Assurance Company, showcases a sensitive renovation of the 1914 Edwardian, Grade II-listed building.
Combining English heritage with contemporary sophistication, the retained Belle Epoque architectural features include the original carriageway entrance to the grand courtyard and a spectacular Pavonazzo marble staircase which rises over seven storeys. The hotel has the feel of a stylish London residence and houses 262 guestrooms and 44 suites including the Grand Manor House Wing, an exclusive six-bedroom suite with its very own postcode.
Tony Chi and Associates created the interiors of the public areas including 12 event spaces and the Mirror Room, serving elegant, innovative cuisine and afternoon tea.
The Martin Brudnizki-designed Holborn Dining Room, with outdoor terrace, offers British classics with a twist whilst Scarfes Bar serves creative cocktails and curries alongside live jazz and cabaret.Visit website
Help support those in need this festive season whether it be a Pearl stocking filler or a table at our annual fundraising gala dinner, all proceeds will be donated to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.
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Help support Christmas initiatives created to lift the spirits of the children and families of GOSH Charity with the spectacular fundraising gala dinner in the bejewelled Mirror Room. Indulge in a champagne reception followed by a seasonal menu along with live entertainment and a live and silent auction with prizes that money cannot buy.Tell me more
As part of Rosewood Mini Wishes, on 1st December a festive narrative will unfold on the front of the Grade II-listed Edwardian heritage building through digital mapping to create an illumination show. The activation will be showcased daily in intervals between 5:00pm to 9:00pm until 31st December 2017.
The concept behind the digital display takes inspiration from Rosewood Mini Wishes campaign where the story unfolds of a young girl at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and the journey of her Christmas wish.
Travelling through a cityscape silhouette to a Christmas tree forest and a candy toy-land, the elegant design also captures the essence of Christmas and the nostalgic feeling of anticipation one feels as a child. The final effect is a stunning three-dimensional digital display that highlights how the public's wishes can raise vital funds to help make a difference to seriously ill children from across the UK who are treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Rosewood London and Samsung unite to bring the magic of Christmas to life through a unique sensory digital experience in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital. This Christmas, Rosewood London has partnered with Samsung to transform its iconic High Holborn facade and Archway into a Christmas sensory experience.Tell me more