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Raffles has 'just you and me'

Raffles has 'just you and me'

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An overnight couples package is being offered in honour of Valentine’s Day by Raffles Le Royal for $1,300.

The deal includes a romantic couple’s dinner at the Poolside Garden in the evening as well as a one hour aromatherapy massage.  

The couple get a one-night stay in a Raffles Le Royal suite and buffet breakfast for two at Café Monivong.

When the couple arrives, they can have a “signature mocktail” and cold towel, fresh tropical fruit platter in the room, 24-hour butler service, a copy of The Phnom Penh Post and access to the Jacuzzi, the steam room, sauna, gymnasium and swimming pool at Amrita Spa.

People who want to stay at Raffles for this Valentine’s Day package can telephone 023 981 888, extension 1228, or email [email protected]

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