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High-end Valentine’s Day Packages at Raffles Hotels

High-end Valentine’s Day Packages at Raffles Hotels


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Both Raffles Hotel Le Royal in Phnom Penh and Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor in Siem Reap are offering Valentine’s Day experiences this year.

Here in Phnom Penh, Raffles has a $255 package on from today until February 19 that includes a renovated suite with a private balcony, daily buffet breakfast at the Café Monivong, a bottle of champagne, as well as complimentary internet and access to the Raffles spa. Guests can check in beginning at 10 am, and check-out times have been extended to 3 pm.

The Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor in Siem Reap is offering a three-night stay in a private villa. The $19,888 Valentine’s package, on offer until February 20, includes designer hats and a custom-fitted dress by designer Eric Raisina, personalized embroidered bathrobes, a 30-minute hot air balloon ride at sunset, a three-hour spa treatment for two, a poolside dinner with a bottle of Chateau Petrus, a champagne breakfast on February 15, and golf at the Angkor Golf Resort.

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