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Sofitel offers ‘magnifique’ overnight romance stay

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Sofitel is offering an overnight stay for couples for $260 that includes a bottle of champagne on ice, a romantic gift of chocolate or flowers upon arrival, breakfast served in-room and late check-out at 4pm.

Other Sofitel offerings include a Love Dinner at La Coupole Restaurant including a live band, red roses for ladies, fine dining of prime cuts, fresh crustaceans, a cheese selection, pastas and range of desserts.

The $49 per-person dinner includes a glass of champagne.

The offer is good today from 6:30 to 10:30pm.

At Sofitel’s adjacent Do Forni Italian restaurant, a Valentine’s Day menu has been prepared called My Romantic Dinner with a five-course meal tailored for love-birds available tonight from 6pm to 10pm, for $80 per person, including a glass of champagne and live piano entertainment.

Sofitel will also be offering chocolate hampers ranging in price from $12 to $95 including homemade truffles, macaroons, and for the more expensive $55 and $95 hampers, champagne and Michel Cluizel Eclats De Cacao.

Sofitel’s So SPA is offering a 60-minute Duo Massage for $115 per couple, or a one hour massage plus a 30 minute scrub or facial for couples, for 90 minutes at a cost of $170 per couple.

The So Spa treatments include complimentary use of the steam room, signature tea, specialty chocolate and 10 per cent off on Clarins & Ytsara products.

Sofitel can be reached by telephone at 023 999 200, or by website.

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