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Love is in the air at The Okura Prestige Bangkok

The Okura Prestige Bangkok aims to match the mood of the most romantic weekend of  the year with a choice of dining options, new signature cocktails created by guests, sweet

sensations at La P?tisserie and a Limited Edition Valentine’s Hamper as the perfect love gift.

Valentine’s Day, named after the 3rd day of the year but the celebrations at The Okura Prestige Bangkok extend throughout the entire week-end (14 - 16 February 2014).

The hotel’s romantic dining choices begin at the signature Japanese restaurant Yamazato with a set lunch priced at Baht 800++. Dinner options include a special Teppanyaki

menu featuring grilled lobster and Japanese beef sirloin priced at Baht 3,500++.

Up & Above restaurant offers a four course set menu priced at Baht 4,200++ per couple.

Elements restaurant provides a sparkling choice with a five-course set dinner created by new chef de cuisine Henry Jordan that includes a complimentary bottle of pink sparkling

wine. This special Valentine’s dinner is priced at Baht 9,900++ per couple.

From 10 to 17 February 2014 at Up & Above Bar, guests can create their own signature love cocktails by choosing from a tray of ingredients and mixing with Prosecco (Baht

2,500++) or Champagne (Baht 5,500++). The best cocktail created on Valentine’s Day (14 February 2014), as judged by hotel Sommelier Marc Bittner, will win a dining voucher

Above prices are subject to service charge and government tax.

Finally, La P?tisserie, the hotel’s retail outlet on the first floor, offers a tempting selection of themed items including a red velvet Valentine’s cake priced at Baht 700 net. The hotel

has also created a Limited Edition Valentine’s Hamper. Each red Hamper simply oozes affection and includes a selection of top quality items such as a bottle of pink sparkling

wine, caviar , ‘love creations’ from the Pastry Chef including a Valentine’s cake, pralines, macaroons and cookies plus, of course, a red rose. These Limited Edition Valentine’s

Hampers are priced at Baht 6,999 net.

Reservations are recommended, please call 02 687 9000 or email

or visit for more information.

 century Roman saint, is traditionally the romantic

Park Ventures Ecoplex, 57 Wireless Road, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Tel: +66 (0) 2687 9000 Fax: +66 (0) 2687 9001


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