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Romance it up in the Hills


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This Valentine’s Day take your romance to Amaya Hills Kandy for a special evening with your loved one. The F&B team has laid out a unique dinner menu just for 14 February followed by a dance at the one and only Le Garage Club. 

The Dumbara Bar will serve up a variety of Valentine’s cocktails from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. so make sure not to miss out. The Pool Terrace will be all decked up and ready with a violinist to set the romantic mood for all the happy couples. Two glasses of sparkling wine, a rose for the lovely lady and special gift for the gentleman await as they dine. Soon after dinner, couples can head to Le Garage to continue their night of romance and groove to some of the best hits of today.

Tickets are priced according to how you would like to spend the evening at Amaya Hills. If it’s just to spend a quiet evening with some music and fine dining, tickets are priced at Rs. 2,000 per person. If you want to take things one notch higher and do dinner as well as dance the night away then the tickets are priced at Rs. 5,000 per person. If it’s only the dance at Le Garage, then it’s Rs. 1,000 for the gentleman and ladies of course walk in free.

Make sure to hold on to your entrance tickets as there will be a grand draw that will give a lucky couple a two nights stay at Amaya Beach Pasikudah. 

There will be plenty of surprises, competitions and prizes so call now on 0763-286-169 to book your tickets.

 


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