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Win a helicopter tour of Colombo this Father’s Day at Hilton Residences


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  • Take advantage of an all-inclusive family brunch package of Rs. 8,500 nett at FLOW

 FLOW at Hilton Colombo Residences announced their Father’s Day promotion to be held on Sunday, 17 June. Reservations made for the Sunday Brunch qualify a family of four to enjoy a spectacular helicopter tour of Colombo. Celebrations include a dedicated Dads’ Corner and beverage deals.

Family package for international brunch

FLOW will have an elaborate, exquisitely crafted international brunch by Executive Sous Chef Premila Fernando, with its distinct cuisines of Sri Lankan, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, and Western with a free-flow of brewed beverages available for Rs. 4,500 nett per person. This package can be upgraded to include two adults and three children under the age of eight years for Rs. 8,500 nett.

Win a helicopter tour of Colombo

Stand a chance of winning a complimentary helicopter tour of Colombo for a family of four with the raffle draw held during the brunch.

Beverage Deals for Father’s Day Brunch

The international brunch buffet includes a free flow of brewed beverages.

Dads’ Activity Corner

Dads can unwind as they play mini putting golf or test their competitive streak with a game of foosball.

Speaking of the Father’s Day promotion, the hotel’s Food and Beverage Manager Priyal Wijesuriya is confident that it will surpass expectations in terms of the array of food and service. “I believe we have the Hilton expertise and touch when it comes to dining; we have included beverage packages, group offers, golf and foosball activities along with a chance to win helicopter ride that fathers will enjoy immensely,” Wijesuriya added.

For more information, contact the team on 0-115-344-644 extension 635, via flow.lk or find FLOW on Facebook for details on the offers.

 


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