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Visit Galle Face Hotel at the Wedding Show 2018


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  • Create an unforgettable wedding experience

The Galle Face Hotel will be present at The Wedding Show 2018, an exclusive bridal exhibition organised by Asia Exhibition & Conventions Ltd. The show will roll out from 16-18 February at the BMICH from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Galle Face Hotel stall numbers are B14 and B15.

South Asia’s leading Grande Dame offers the perfect destination for a wedding celebration. It is an all-inclusive venue that offers not just breathtaking locations but detailed services for planning and managing weddings, among other celebrations. A wedding day at the Grand Ballroom or Jubilee Ballroom of the Galle Face Hotel is a truly unforgettable and joyous occasion. Dramatic windows flood the space with natural light, while the magnificent colonial architecture and ambience blend historical splendour with easy modernity. Elegant surroundings, subtle embellishments, and discreet attention will always remind you of the best day of your life. The property offers a unique location that combines beauty and convenience with the magical backdrop of the sun setting over the Indian Ocean in the heart of the city. This romantic wedding venue is the ideal place to say “I Do” with memories that can be cherished forever.

For more information, please call 0777410995.

 


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