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Galle Face Hotel: Romantic destination for a Valentine’s Day like no other


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Valentine’s Day is almost upon us, and the star crossed lovers the world over are excitedly waiting to celebrate the day with a romantic getaway. Galle Face Hotel is all set for ushering a most memorable evening for your romantic rendezvous complemented with scrumptious cuisines and soothing music amidst an opulently set romantic ambiance. 

Galle Face Hotel’s ‘The 1864 Restaurant and Wine Cellar’ is ideal to relish a candle lit dinner topped with a unique gastronomical experience enriched with delectable European flavours. The 1864 offers elegant cosy interiors with a fine blend of music, letting you completely unwind. And if you’re up for a romantic getaway under a starry sky, revel in the chilled breeze and the view of the pristine beach, ‘The Verandah’ offers all that and more to spend a perfect romantic night.

Celebrating the month of romance, Galle Face Hotel invites those who yearn for the succulent taste of love cakes for a delightful surprise. Drop in between 12 to 15 February, and order tea or coffee and express the magical words ‘I Love Cake’, and you will be served with a complimentary piece of love cake to tickle your taste-buds. What’s more, Galle Face Hotel will be offering a complimentary love cake for anyone pre-booking a Valentine’s Day Dinner at the hotel. 


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