Treat your Valentine to a Romantic Dinner at Cocos Cafe

General Press Releases Friday February 8, 2019 14:51
Bangkok--8 Feb--Bangkok Hotel Lotus Sukhumvit Managed by Accorhotels

Coco's Cafe invites all you couples to join us for a passion filled evening. Spice up your Valentine's with a delightful buffet, desserts & music! Our ingredients of love, care & cheer, bring a menu filled with romantic dishes for you and your sweetheart.

Couples will receive a complimentary glass of sparkling wine per person and a box of heart shaped chocolates on Thursday 14th February 2019 from 18.30 pm onwards.
Available exclusively only for Valentine's Day, couples can dine for THB 1300 net per couple.

AccorPlus Members can get on top 10% discount

For reservations and more information, please call 02 610-0111 Ext. 4900 or email: restmgr@hotellotussukhumvit.com , or click on https://www.facebook.com/CocosSoi33/
www.cocosukhumvit33.com

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