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Entice and be enticed at Cupid’s Enclave


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The romance that kindled between two passionate souls who secretly nursed and nurtured their devotion for each other, whispering their promises within the walls of a mansion that yet stands as the monument for their love, can be relived once again this Valentine’s Day as Mount Lavinia Hotel invites you to the Cupid’s Enclave. Romance is imbedded in every nook and corner of this colonial heritage hotel around which is intricately woven the passionate story of Sir Thomas Maitland and his secret love, Lovina. 200 years on and more, the Mount Lavinia Hotel has been the choice of many a couple to spend their most romantic events, be it a first date or an anniversary; a wedding or a honeymoon. Cupid’s Enclave will give every couple a chance to wine and dine and celebrate their love on this special day, with a wide variety of cuisine as well as locations to choose from. A Clandestine Cuisine – The Governor’s Restaurant offers a delightful Valentine’s dinner buffet with a magnificent spread of sumptuous dishes, opening to the Pool Terrace with a view of the Colombo skyline and the beautiful Indian Ocean. Seafood Seduction – The Seafood Cove will come alive with a three-course menu, prepared and intimately laid. Let the romance build as you sit down with your loved one and share a meal together. Vintage Love – Opt for a more private dinner at the love camps and huts on the Paradise Beach. Rustic and cosy with only the sea, sand and stars around you will make this Valentine’s Day a memory to cherish. Bid for Your Love – Visit the Mount Lavinia Hotel Facebook page and start bidding to grab one of the most romantic places to take your lover to, the Baywatch Tower on Paradise Beach. Set up high above and away from the rest, the venue offers private dining for two with your own butler. Love and Thereafter – Join the after party at the Tropical Hut as you celebrate your love to the wee hours of dawn, with free entrance to all couples who dine at any of the other venues in the hotel. Cupid’s Express – Make your own memories as you visit the photo venue made especially for you. Feel free to hop into the Cupid’s Express and click your romantic self away! Enter the Cupid’s Enclave this Valentine’s Day and create memories of a lifetime. For more details and reservations call 011 2 711 711 Ext. 430/446 or visit www.facebook.com/mountlaviniahotel.

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