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Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Cinnamon’s city hotels

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Cinnamon’s city hotels; Cinnamon Red, Cinnamon Lakeside and Cinnamon Grand have created a range of dining options to help guests celebrate Valentine’s Day on 14 February, in style. 

Cinnamon Red is offering two dining options for this special day of romance at the hotel’s stunning rooftop venue, Cloud red, and multi-cuisine restaurant, Flavoured. 

Cloud Red offers an intimate setting under a starry sky, a delicious tapas menu and a complimentary bottle of wine for couples who choose to dine above the city. Priced at Rs. 8,000 nett per couple, couples will also get two delicious signature red cupcakes, created by the chefs to add a sweet note to the celebration.

Those looking for a more vibrant ambience complete with a sumptuous spread can avail themselves of the Flavoured dining experience. Diners are entitled to a complimentary glass of wine and a Red signature cupcake. The Valentine’s Day buffet is priced at Rs. 2,800 nett per person. For reservations call 0112145145.

Cinnamon Lakeside, is offering an indulgent Valentine’s Day feast at the Dining Room for couples, friends and families celebrating the beautiful renditions of love. The lavish buffet is priced at Rs. 3,150 nett. For reservations call 0112491930. Goodies, the hotel’s popular café will also have on sale a range of Valentine’s Day inspired dainty cakes, chocolates and confectionaries to help make those expressions of love, even more enticing. 

Cinnamon Grand is offering three special Valentine’s Day dinner options; an Italian culinary romance at Echo with an infinity buffet of delights, a feast for family and friends at Taprobane and an exquisite gourmet, six-course sit down dinner at the fine dining restaurant, the London Grill.

The Echo Italian speciality dinner is priced at Rs. 3,713 nett per person, and Taprobane’s international buffet is priced at Rs. 3,713 nett. London Grill’s six-course gourmet dinner, is priced at Rs. 8,468 nett. Reservations can be made on 0112497437. 

That’s not all, for those looking for cupid-inspired expressions, Coffee Stop, will offer a range of unique items that are guaranteed to impress. Shaped cakes, handmade chocolates, cookies and sweets are some of the delightful treats on offer to create Grand Valentine’s Day memories! 




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