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 Sofitel So Bangkok will be celebrating mother's day throughout the month of August. At the heart of, and serving as powerful inspiration for the series of month-long promotions, is the commemoration of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit's 81st birthday on August 12th, which also marks the Thai Mother's Day.

“August is an important month for Thailand as it celebrates the birthday of Her Majesty the Queen. Also, though lesser known, the first of August is Thai Women's Day, which is marked in honor of, and with support from Her Majesty. Thailand's Queen has long been devoted to the economic and social welfare of women, stressing not only their role in the family, but empowering them to contribute to society and the country. It is with these inspirations that we are preparing an entire month of promotions to honor Her Majesty, mothers, and women everywhere.” says General Manager Gilles Cretallaz.

Special promotions will be offered at Chocolab, Mixo, Red Oven, and Park Society, exclusively for mothers and women at Sofitel So Bangkok throughout the month of August:
Chocolab: A special collection will be available throughout the month, made of exquisite French Bonnat chocolate, from the oldest cocoa plantation in the world. The chocolate creations, inspired by women's fashion accessories, are crafted into jewelry, earrings, handbags, and diamond rings.

Mixo: All female guests partaking in an afternoon tea set will receive a complimentary “Women's Collection” souvenir from Chocolab.

Red Oven: Any table with a woman amongst the diners will receive a THB 1,000 voucher when spend up to THB 3,000 after any discount applies. The voucher can be used on the next visit to any restaurants and bars at Sofitel So Bangkok with a minimum spending of THB 3,000.

Park Society – Outdoor Terrace: All ladies, whether they come alone or with a group of girlfriends, will receive a complimentary pink cocktail with no minimum spend requirements.

On Mother’s Day 12th August, all mothers will enjoy additional specials at Red Oven and Chocolab:

Red Oven: A special Mother's Day brunch starts from noon to 3:00 p.m., priced at THB 1,900++ per person including unlimited wine, drinks, and juices. All mothers at the brunch will receive a complimentary Grilled Western rock lobster with herb butter & baby leaves, plus a “Women's Collection” souvenir from Chocolab.
Chocolab: On this particular Mother’s Day, mothers receive a 50% discount on Cocoa Rush Hour from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

For more information and reservations, please call +66 (0) 2624 0000 or e-mail H6835-FB3@SOFITEL.COM.



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