Italian Buffet Every Wednesday Night At Kantary Bay Hotel, Rayong.

General Press Releases Thursday January 24, 2019 17:56
Bangkok--24 Jan--Cape & Kantary Hotels

Every Wednesday night from 18.00-22.00 hrs., at the No. 43 Italian Bistro, Kantary Bay Hotel, Rayong, come and join our special Italian buffet dinner in elegant surroundings with a wide selection of delicious dishes such as Italian pizza, home-made pasta, salad bar and a full range of luscious desserts. Enjoy an exciting array of tempting specialities for only 480 Baht net per person. Children under 12 receive a 50% discount. This promotion will be valid from now until 31 March 2019.

More details are available from Kantary Bay Hotel, Rayong on: 038-804-844 or 038-619-025 or visit our website at: www.kantarycollection.com.

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