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Valentine’s Day at Mövenpick Hotel Colombo


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  • Prepare to get loved-up because it’s the most romantic time of the year again

 

 

Fall madly in love with what the Mövenpick Hotel Colombo has to offer. Woo your sweetheart with these romantic options in the heart of Colombo. 

Whether you’re blissfully in love or a superbly happy singleton, Valentine’s Day at Vistas is going to be a blast! With the best DJ in town, spend your evening 24 storeys high, while DJ Neco spins the best tunes. Tickets are priced at Rs. 5,000 per couple, inclusive of a welcome drink and canapes. Gaze across the lights and landmarks that define the city at night and feel on top of the world. Explore Colombo from an entirely new perspective.

Treat your loved one at Santina and say it with dinner. A five-course dinner is priced at Rs. 10,000 nett per couple and offers the finest Mediterranean cuisine in the city. Inclusive of a glass of bubbly, the menu offers a prawn and avocado tian, wild mushroom soup, pan seared barramundi meuniere with wild asparagus, slow roasted herb crusted lamb loin and frozen cappuccino parfait or home-made chocolate pralines. 

Take away something special from the Lobby Lounge as the hotel’s talented Pastry Chef offers guests an array of special Valentine’s Day cakes and chocolates. Cakes priced at Rs. 2,800 and upwards. 

Fancy something extra? Then capture the romance of old Ceylon combined with ancient Ayurveda wisdom in a precious natural range of majestic formulae and rituals to soothe, calm, hydrate and treat the body, mind and soul this Valentine’s Day with Spa Ceylon, located on the 23rd floor, and indulge in a couples’ massage with the best ocean views in town. 

For inquiries please call 7 450 450 or email hotel.colombo.fb@movenpick.com.


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