Home / Lifestyle/ Romance is afloat at Mahaweli Reach

Romance is afloat at Mahaweli Reach


Comments / {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}} Views / Tuesday, 12 February 2019 00:00

Facebook

 

Make this Valentine’s Day truly memorable for that special someone. Treat your Valentine to an enchanting six-course candle-lit dinner on 14 February at the Gangula Terrace by the flowing waters of the Mahaweli River, serenaded by their musicians. Sparkling wine and complimentary gifts with red roses for the ladies makes this event even more exceptional. This exclusive event has very limited seating. For reservations please call 081 2472727 early to avoid disappointment.

During this month of romance, pamper yourself and your partner with a soothing Couples Massage at Spa Ceylon, the luxury Spa in Kandy! A sensual, relaxing massage is all you need to spice up your love life. The special treatments at the Spa Ceylon Luxury Spa will rejuvenate the body and spirit. Call 081 2472727 for reservations. 

Sweeten your Valentine’s Day with our special edition cakes, chocolates, cookies and macarons in different delicious flavours. Delight your loved ones with these delicacies or simply indulge.

This Valentine’s season, Mahaweli Reach is offering more chances of getting one of these special edition Valentine’s Cakes for free when you buy their coffee of the month at Café M. Purchase a truly delicious Goldie Latte from Café M on Peradeniya Road and fill in the ‘Love Puzzle’, take a selfie and tag them on Facebook when you share the selfie. 

Visit Café M from 11 to 18 February to try their Coffee of the Month and enjoy a Red Velvet Bonanza as they are giving a free Red Velvet Cupcake with every Coffee of the Month, to create a yummy combination that will tease your taste buds.

To truly impress your Valentine and have an unforgettable experience, participate in their Facebook competition to win two Cinnamon Air tickets! 

Visit their Facebook page www.facebook.com/MahaweliReachHotel to learn more about this easy peasy competition and fly away with free air tickets to mesmerise your beloved Valentine.

Let that special person know you are thinking of them with a bespoke bunch of fresh flowers from Leaves & Petals...the ultimate florist in Kandy.

So, are you in the mood for romance? If you are, please call them on 081 2472727. Plan it together to surprise and impress your loved one!


Share This Article

Facebook Twitter


DISCLAIMER:

1. All comments will be moderated by the Daily FT Web Editor.

2. Comments that are abusive, obscene, incendiary, defamatory or irrelevant will not be published.

3. We may remove hyperlinks within comments.

4. Kindly use a genuine email ID and provide your name.

5. Spamming the comments section under different user names may result in being blacklisted.

COMMENTS

Today's Columnists

“Sri Lanka’s future lies in producing exportable manufactured goods”: Dr. Howard Nicholas

Monday, 22 July 2019

Drawing lessons from Vietnam’s experiences The Sri Lanka-born economist attached to The Hague based Institute of Social Studies – Dr. Howard Nicholas – addressing a packed audience consisting of the alumni of the Postgraduate Institute of Manag


We should sell our water

Monday, 22 July 2019

When you read the title of this article, you will probably feel disgusted with me as selling our water has been a controversial topic since a long time ago. By the way, I am talking about virtual water trade and you would be surprised to know that we


A voice of compassion amid howls of zealotry

Monday, 22 July 2019

The unrestrained freedom extended by the current regime to a bunch of saffron-clad street vendors of Sinhala Buddhist zealotry is pushing Sri Lanka once again into a cauldron of ethnic and religious convulsion. The nationwide spread and virulence of


Roger Beteille: The man who reinvented the commercial airliner

Monday, 22 July 2019

The visionary engineer, pilot and manager who led Airbus to some its most significant decisions, passed away last month. Beteille, who was the head of French aircraft manufacturer Sud Aviation’s flight testing section, was made technical director


Columnists More