This Day (Lagos)

13 February 2013

Nigeria: Southern Sun Fetes Customers At Valentine

As part of its plans to make this Valentine season a memorable one for its numerous guests, Southern Sun Ikoyi Hotel has put together a lavish offer for the season. Packaged specially for the season, the essence of the Valentine weekend special offer is to create an atmosphere of love at an affordable rate to its numerous and prospective guests as they share in the love of the season.

The package would run from February 14 to 17 and guests will enjoy a special room rate of N42,500 which covers bed and breakfast for two people, room service breakfast, 10 per cent discount on laundry and dry cleaning, complimentary gym with sauna and steam room facilities and guaranteed hi speed internet service at no extra cost.

According to Mark Loxley, the hotel's General Manager, "for all our guests who loves sea food, the Thursday valentine sea food dinner buffet would come with a 20 per cent discount. Not forgetting the 20 per cent discount that comes with our popular Sunday brunch with guest enjoying priority table reservation". He further added that guests can upgrade to executive rooms as well as enjoy early check in and late check-out privileges upon availability.

Southern Sun Ikoyi Hotel is a global brand renowned for its tradition of customer focus and excellent service delivery. With a sublime atmosphere, soothing rooms and personalised services, its facilities offer modern comfort, perfect for business and leisure.

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