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Hotel Cambodiana’s sweetheart deals

Hotel Cambodiana’s sweetheart deals

There are several culinary treats on offer for those looking to spend an evening with a loved one at the Hotel Cambodiana.

The hotel’s Executive Chef Song Teng has prepared two Valentine’s Day dinner options. The first is a five-course candlelit dinner for two at L’Amboise, Hotel Cambodiana’s French fine-dining restaurant. This set is priced at $120 per couple and includes a glass of Kir Royal.

The second option, priced at $33 per person, is a dinner buffet overlooking the Mekong River on the hotel’s Mekong Deck. Guests will dine to the accompaniment of a string quartet and will receive a red rose upon arrival.

Should one choose to stay the night, the hotel is offering a special rate of $69 on February 14, which includes a half-bottle of champagne. Reservations can be made by contacting the hotel at 023 426 288 ext. 888.

As well, from February 10 onward, bakery and café La Brioche Dorée will be offering an assortment of Valentine’s Day mousse cakes as well as chocolates.

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