Avani Hotels and Resorts launches honeymoon packages

Offerings include an island – hopping tour, discounts on spa treatments and complimentary breakfasts

The package at Avani Kalutara in Sri Lanka features a three-nights or longer stay
The package at Avani Kalutara in Sri Lanka features a three-nights or longer stay

Avani Hotels and Resorts has launched honeymoon packages at three of its properties in Thailand and Sri Lanka.

Offerings at Thailand’s Avani+ Samui features three nights or more at the property’s pool villas or beachfront pool villas, an island-hoping tour on a long tail boat, followed by a private beach BBQ with bubbles, floating breakfast as well as a couple’s massage. The offer is valid until 24 December, 2019.

Avani+ Riverside, Thailand’s couple package features a two-night or longer stay, a dinner for two at its SEEN restaurant & bar or Skyline restaurant, a 60 – minute couple’s massage and daily breakfast.

The package at Avani Kalutara in Sri Lanka features a three-nights or longer stay, daily dinner at the Mangrove restaurant, discounts on treatments at its Anantara spa and complimentary soft drinks from the mini bar.

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