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High-end Valentine’s Day Packages at Raffles Hotels

High-end Valentine’s Day Packages at Raffles Hotels


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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