A romantic V-Day dinner for Rs.20,000 near Chennai

Chennai, Feb 13 (IANS) A romantic dinner by the beach with waves touching the feet at Rs.20,000 per couple at the InterContinental Chennai Mahabalipuram Resort or wowing your lovely partner for eight more Sundays with Courtyard by Marriott’s tasty brunch at a discounted rate, are two offers among others from star hotels for Valentine’s Day.

There is also the offer of massage, meals and a night stay for Rs.11,999 at Taj Club House for Valentine’s Day.

But certainly what is curious and interesting is the Rs.20,000 dinner per couple at the newly opened resort property managed by InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG).

“We have earlier sold such private dining options at a price ranging between Rs.15,000-25,000. The setting and the food is great,” Vijai Singh, general manager at InterContinental Chennai Mahabalipuram Resort, told IANS.

The spa at the resort offers three hours of digital detox and togetherness with a body polish, massage, a stimulating facial from Thalion, and a lavish Cleopatra bath, with roses and milk for Rs.15,000 plus taxes per couple.

On the other hand Courtyard by Marriott is making a different offer to vow your beloved with eight more Sunday brunches at a discount.

According to an official, 50 percent discount is offered to couples for the next eight Sunday brunches if they enjoy the brunch at their Paprika restaurant on February 14 for Rs.1,300 plus taxes.

The next costliest food offer is from Italian restaurant Prego at Taj Coromandal at Rs.10,000 per couple for a five course meal with champagne.

At the Vivanta by Taj-Fisherman’s Cove, another beach resort offers couples dinner at Rs.9,000 plus taxes at its BAYVIEW restaurant while at the recently refurbished Upper Deck restaurant the price of food per couple is Rs.7,000 plus taxes.

The other star hotels of Taj group also offer aphrodisiac food at different price ranges depending on their star category.

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