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Relive the romance at OZO Colombo this Valentine’s Day


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Love is in the air at OZO Colombo this Valentine’s Day, whether it is an intimate dining experience, a fun-filled dinner party or a romantic getaway complemented by the picturesque view of the Indian Ocean. Cupid dinner buffet at EAT Guests may indulge in an exquisite buffet dining experience with live entertainment and a glass of bubbly, with a romantic card and a rose for the lady at the all-day dining restaurant EAT, priced at only Rs. 3,000 nett per person. Valentine’s dinner dance ON14 offers an intimate affair – the ultimate Valentine party experience for the young at heart. Enjoy delectable tapas, romantic cocktails, live DJ entertainment, prizes and surprises, plus the Valentine’s Queen of the Night competition at this chic rooftop bar and lounge. One lucky couple For those looking for ultimate exclusivity, ON14 offers a special celebration in a private terrace on the 15th floor, providing a perfect view for those looking to impress their loved one or to simply chill out in a swanky surrounding with a private bartender and tailor-made menu to satisfy your food cravings this Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s getaway package If anyone wants to sit back and indulge in a romantic weekend with their loved one, the hotel offers a 15% discount on Valentine’s Day bookings, and 25% discount on Valentine’s weekend bookings. The rate includes free breakfast buffet for two. To avail of this special promotional rate, make a reservation online using the promo code VALENTINE 15. Whether you’re observing the day of love for the first time together or looking to spice up a ‘holiday’ routine, you can make this year the most magical date yet at the coolest hotel, OZO Colombo. Terms and conditions apply. For more information or to make a reservation, please contact OZO Colombo at +94 (11) 255 5570.

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