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Calamander Unawatuna Beach adorns perfect romantic setting for Valentine’s dinner


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Calamander Unawatuna Beach is providing the perfect backdrop to a romantic, candlelit dinner for two, on their beachside pier. Showcasing a six course dinner menu, Valentine’s night promises to be a treat for the taste buds as well as a celebration of love and passion with that special person in one’s life. Speaking about the promotion, Calamander Unawatuna Beach Director Paloma Scott said, “Our Valentine’s dinner is great value at Rs. 6,900 nett, for a couple. Book early if you want to dine on the pier, as space is limited, although there is plenty of al fresco dining space at our Blu bar, where you can enjoy fabulous Valentine inspired sun downer beverages.” She further added, “And if our selection of beautiful, Valentine inspired cakes is more your cup of tea, enjoy tea and a cake for Rs. 400.00 nett in our lounge area, the perfect place to relax after a day out. Of course, for those who want to bring the family to celebrate love and togetherness, our stunning beachside restaurant serves great value lunch buffet for Rs. 2,800 nett per person, where you can enjoy a variety of freshly cooked cuisine from around the world.” In the evening all guests can savour the Valentines ambience including Mediterranean and International food and enjoy sweet melodies from a pianist including a happy hour from 5-7 p.m. on set to relax and treat the one you love. For the Valentine weekend, the hotel offers a special luxury room for a couple at Rs. 23,000.00 nett. For reservations call 091 438 4545.

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