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Share the love at Hilton Colombo – Creating memories this Valentine’s!


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Hilton Colombo is creating memories this Valentine’s Day with a host of love smitten activities to entertain the young and the old!  Embark on a journey with sweet memories with your loved one and be spoilt for choice.

Indulge in love bites and cakes from Café Kai from 1 to 14 February; a selection of handcrafted chocolates, Valentine specialty cakes and lovey-dovey gifts for the significant other. Surprise her with a bunch of flowers (a girl’s favorite!) from the Flower Shop by Poru located at the hotel’s lobby from the 1st onwards until Valentine’s Day.  They also promise to do some unique gift wrapping with flowers!  Open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Say hello to the hotel’s very own Valentine Mascot who will be parading in the Lobby from the 7th onwards until the 14th, 12 noon to 2:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Complimentary Love Mellows for those love-birds who spot the “Heart” and snap a picture, post it on Instagram with the hashtag #LoveatHiltonColombo and stand a chance to win an overnight stay at the Hilton Colombo. 

It’s lights out on 9 February at Il Ponte for the ‘Power outage date night’! A night made for romance unhindered by the distractions of the outside world; no phones, just the two of you revelling in each other’s company, enjoying a four-course candle-lit dinner for Rs. 3,888 nett per person. Love cards on deck!

“Old is gold”; It’s never too late to celebrate this crazy little thing called “love”!  Reminisce on those beautiful moments and share your love on 13 February at Graze Kitchen during lunch and dinner enjoy a 50% off on food for couples over 55 years.  Conditions apply.

On Valentine’s Day, 14 February, the ‘Love dinner buffet’ at Graze Kitchen is perfect for travel-loving Insta-couples who enjoy adventure inclusive of a rose for the lady, priced at Rs. 4,888 nett pp.  And at Il Ponte, get cosy with a five-course dinner (Rs. 8,888 nett per couple) with live entertainment perfecting the mood. Includes a chocolate heart and rose for the lady of all time.

To cap it all, a Valentine’s private dinner by the poolside; a sophisticated celebration of love for couples who have a taste for the finer things in life can relish a five-course dinner in their private cabana with Valentine trimmings from sparkling to strawberries and cream, chocolates, love cards and a rose for the lady. Rs. 18,888 nett per couple.  

Advance bookings are required for all events. For reservations, please call the F&B Reservations Desk on 2492492/www.hiltoncolombo1.com/fb/HiltonColombo.


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