Exclusive. Welcome cocktail by ABT-ACTE Russia on the terrace of the So / Sofitel Saint Petersburg hotel (23 August 2018 – photo gallery)
Exclusive. Welcome cocktail by ABT-ACTE Russia on the terrace of the So / Sofitel Saint Petersburg hotel (23 August 2018 – photo gallery)
TOHOLOGY, 26 August 2018

On August 23, a welcome cocktail of ABT-ACTE Russia, the association of business travel, was held on the HI-SO terrace. Private event was organized for acquaintance of the 5th Saint Petersburg Business Travel Forum’s participants.

An entertainment programme included such activities as cocktail, DJ set on the summer terrace of the So / Sofitel Saint Petersburg hotel with a spectacular view of St. Isaac's Cathedral, a raffle, and elegant images of guests with evening hats.

Photo gallery of the cocktail by ABT-ACTE Russia on the terrace of So / Sofitel Saint Petersburg

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