Ultra-luxe lebua has always gone above and beyond for special occasions, and expect no different this Valentine’s Day.
The brand is offering a variety of packages across its soaring venues, from tasting menus to exclusive Champagnes. Of them all, Sirocco’s seven-course dinner and Flute A Perrier-Jouët Bar’s bubbly stand out the most.
The dinner menu features the likes of Challans foie gras with celeriac purée and wild Atlantic turbot with Jerusalem artichokes, mussels, leeks and black truffle, all paired with Champagne and fine wines. Meanwhile, the Flute A Perrier-Jouët Bar offers an exclusive bottle of Blason Rose – Perrier-Jouët Brut and a complimentary rose, adding ambiance to romance. Expect to pay around 24,000 Baht for the dinner and around 21,000 Baht for the Champagne experience.
The Peninsula Bangkok
Undoubtedly the most unique Valentine’s Day offer in town comes by way of The Peninsula.
The hotel’s Fly High Champagne Afternoon Tea is a truly lofty luxury experience. Following a welcome drink on the rooftop, couples hop in a helicopter for a private ride above Bangkok. Afterward, they settle in to tea with handcrafted sweet and savoury dishes at the Paribatra Lounge and, finally, enjoy a bottle of The Peninsula Champagne. And those staying in Terrace Suites for the occasion will also enjoy a private six-course dinner in their room.
A bonus to those waiting for the perfect moment to pop the question: successful marriage proposals are rewarded with a one-night stay in a deluxe suite.
The helicopter ride with afternoon tea and Champagne is priced at 88,888 Baht for two while the Terrace Suite package will cost 141,888 Baht.
Although black might not be the colour one often associates with Valentine’s Day, L’Appart is setting out to reshape that preconception.
The chic Black Valentine’s Party at Sofitel Sukhumvit’s rooftop bar and restaurant features special love potions and letter as gifts, games for singles and couples, decadent chocolates and lollipops, and a lucky draw giving away a one-night stay in the hotel’s Luxury Club Millésime room with club benefits.
DJ Sebastian Keusch of the Kolour crew will man the decks all night, and beverage packages offer free-flow wines, spirits and cocktails.
The riverside’s iconic hotel offers special dining experiences at all its outlets: Le Normandie, Lord Jim’s, Ciao Terrazza, thee Authors’ Lounge and BBQ Riverside Terrace. Each dinner comes with a complimentary drink, a full view of the fireworks display and a special, personalised gift.
Valentine’s packages for two, including an overnight stay at the Mandarin Oriental and Champagne, are available upon request.
Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant
Throughout February and March, Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant, the Pullman Hotel Bangkok G’s rooftop restaurant, celebrates France’s seasonal apples and pears with a special menu, offering a different way to treat your sweetheart.
The bounty comes by way of the Mouneyrac family, who has sourced the highest quality apples and pears from farmers across France for three generations.
Scarlett will recreate a traditional harvest market while showcasing the produce in dishes that include poached lobster with Granny Smith apples, foie gras with Passe Crassane pears poached in red wine, and duck breast pan-seared and served with Conference pears with honey and Szechuan peppercorn.
Anantara Riverside Bangkok
Satisfy the senses with any of these special treats from Anantara Riverside this Valentine’s Day.
The brand is offering two cruises, private dining beside the pool, a chocoholic’s dream dinner and range of floral arrangements and gifts for purchase.
Of the options, the private overnight cruise on the Anantara Dream stands out as the most luxurious way to lavish love upon your significant other. The lovingly restored antique rice barge rolls up the river while you enjoy – among other privileges – a 90-minute couple’s spa treatment, a candlelit five-course dinner (including a bottle of Moët & Chandon Champagne), a night in a luxury cabin and then breakfast with mimosas the next morning.
The price for this romantic river excursion is a fixed 78,000 Baht.
While Siam Kempinksi has a range of culinary creations to spoil your sweetheart with, the hotel is also offering a more unique way to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Throughout February, couples can sign up for a three-hour-and-fifteen-minute treatment, with options available for men and women if they so choose.
The treatment for women includes an aromatic rose and hot oil massage, a body scrub with pink Himalayan sea salt and a facial featuring rose quartz and collagen. For men, the treatment starts with an aromatic dark chocolate and hot oil massage and continues with a body scrub using Dead Sea salt, an anti-aging collagen facial and a white wine bath.
To end the experience, visit Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin, where diners will enjoy an eight-course menu crafted by Chef Henrik Yde Andersen. All women will receive a complimentary bouquet of flowers, too.
Medici, Babette’s and The Speakeasy at Hotel Muse all have something different to offer on Valentine’s Day.
At Medici, a four-course dinner spread features fine Italian cuisine, including lobster risotto with buratta, as well as some sparkling wine to go with it. Babette’s, on the other hand, is offering private dining for two couples, a treat that includes a bouquet of red roses and a box of chocolates as well.
The Speakeasy keeps it simple and romantic, with a chef’s platter of tapas for two served with a bottle of Prosecco.
Ratchadamri’s stateliest hotel, Anantara Siam, is offering a perfect staycation (or vacation) package this Valentine’s Day. With any two-night suite booking, enjoy a breakfast spread for two, a relaxing, 60-minute couple’s Thai massage and a decadent afternoon tea spread, featuring gourmet teas from time-honoured French label Mariage Frères.
Every suite booking also comes with complimentary access to the exclusive Kasara Lounge.