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Marriott Hotels in Kuwait unveil exclusive accommodation and dining offers for Valentine’s Day
February 9, 2017, 2:27 pm

Marriott Hotels in Kuwait invite guests to celebrate the most romantic day of the year with special room packages and series of elegant dining experiences.

JW Marriott Hotel Kuwait has created a diverse range of romantic packages, including a scrumptious valentine buffet, handpicked red roses for the ladies and music at the newly opened Crossroads Restaurant. The celebrations continue at Kuwait’s best steak house, Terrace Grill, with a lavish Valentine set menu dinner accompanied by a live jazz band set in an intimate candle-lit ambience.

Courtyard by Marriott Kuwait is also offering a selection of fine-dining experiences, perfect for both couples and families. Guests can indulge in a mouth-watering valentine-themed buffer for dinner. With three restaurants in one, Atrium, Sushi and Soul & Spice restaurants combine to offer guests an unforgettable Valentine’s Day experience. The dinner will feature an international upgraded Valentine buffet with specialties that have been carefully crafted by Marriott’s talented chefs, in addition to music and special decoration.

Moreover, Blendz Restaurant at Residence Inn Kuwait will offer its guests a special set menu on Valentine’s Day to celebrate the occasion in style. Furthermore, JW Marriott Kuwait, Courtyard by Marriott Kuwait and Residence Inn by Marriott Kuwait have launched a special room package, valid on 14 February . The package includes one night stay at one of the three hotels, the valentine’s dinner for two and complimentary breakfast the next day.

George Aoun, Cluster General Manager of Marriott Hotels in Kuwait, said “we are raising the bar this Valentine’s Day with our tailor-made and exclusive packages. Our goal is to constantly offer our guests unique and memorable experiences that exceed their expectations.”

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