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Valentine’s Day Specials at Sofitel

Valentine’s Day Specials at Sofitel


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Three of Sofitel’s restaurants are offering Valentine’s day set menus for a romantic dining experience in Phnom Penh.  Do Forni Italian Restaurant,  Hachi Japanese,  and Fu Lu Zu Chinese are each offering special multi-course Valentine’s Day set dinner menus at $88 for two.

Sofitel is also offering couple’s packages for overnight stays during the month of February including breakfast served in the room each morning, a complimentary bottle of champagne, a gift of chocolate or flowers upon arrival and a late check-out until 4 pm.

Sofitel’s So Spa is offering a 50% discount for lunch at any of the Sofitel restaurants with any facial or massage treatment, and is open from 10 am to 10 pm daily.

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