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Galle Face Hotel listed as one of world’s most romantic hotels for Valentine’s Day

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Elite Traveller Magazine has rated South Asia’s leading grand dame as one of the world’s most romantic places to spend Valentine’s Day in 2019. 

The Galle Face Hotel with its colonial charm and cantaloupe sunsets portray a unique character that no other property can resemble. Whilst many travellers visit Sri Lanka which is rated number one travel destination of this year by Lonely Planet, the hotel is firm in being recognised around the world. 

The property has many events historically that have converted in to stories that last in the hearts of many. Bringing more stories to life the Galle Face Hotel Valentine’s Day offer for 2019 is also listed in the Gift Guide for Billionaires in the Elite Traveller Magazine. The offer ‘Wild at Heart Valentine’s Safari’ is sold at $ 99,000 per couple, and comprises of a night in the same suite where Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh once stayed. The three-day package also includes a private helicopter trip to the ruins of Polonnaruwa and Angammedilla National Park.

On Valentine’s Day the hotel will have a dreamy setting on the Chequerboard by twilight and will have an exclusive number of guests dining on this historical location which is one of the must visit places on a bucket list. The night will be filled with entertainment by Thanuja Perera and will have a specially curated menu to impress your loved one. 

For more information contact +94 112541010.

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