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20% savings at Galle Face Hotel with NTB American Express and MasterCard


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All Nations Trust American Express and MasterCard cardmembers will be able to enjoy 20% savings on dinner every day of the week at the historic 1864 Restaurant and Wine Cellar and the iconic Sea Spray restaurant at the Galle Face Hotel from 1 September to 31 October 2017. 

The 1864, which takes its name from the year in which four British investors set out to build the Galle Face Hotel to be the ‘finest hotel east of the Suez’, is a fine dining restaurant and wine cellar serving perfectly prepared modern European cuisine. The Sea Spray restaurant located almost at the edge of the sea boasts stunning panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and a casual chic setting that introduces an alfresco dining experience to Colombo, serving up traditional Sri Lankan seafood prepared in a variety of cooking styles.

Discussing the promotion, Head of Cards at Nations Trust Bank Niluka Gunatilake said: “When choosing a place to dine, the food is the most important factor but it isn’t the only one. The location is important, so is the ambiance, the service and atmosphere. Both of the restaurants featured in this offer deliver stunningly on all accounts. The food is fabulous and with the Galle Face Hotel being a constant for over a century and a half. We’re happy to be able to provide cardmembers with this exclusive opportunity to save at both this iconic restaurants.”

The 20% savings on dining at 1864 and the Sea Spray are available exclusively for Nations Trust Bank American Express and MasterCard cardmembers and for dine-in customers only. Reservations can be made by calling 0112 541010.

For terms and conditions and to find out more about this and other offers, visit Nations Trust Bank American Express online at www.americanexpress.lk. Nations Trust Bank American Express can also be contacted on their 24-hour customer service hotline on (011) 4 414141.

Nations Trust Bank Plc is amongst the top 25 business establishments in Sri Lanka, ranked by Business Today Magazine and is the benchmark for customer convenience, ably providing a host of financial products and services to a wide range of customers. Nations Trust Bank operates 93 branches across the country, boasting an ATM network covering 137 locations. It is the issuer and sole acquirer for American Express® Cards in Sri Lanka.


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