Mövenpick Hotel Colombo celebrates 5 years of gratitude
‘’Despite the pandemic the group will be opening over 10,000-star classrooms this year across the globe,” said Hotel’s, General Manager, Roshan Perera.Having faced many remarkable highs and also some very deep lows caused by tumultuous external challenges, in its 5 years of existence, the Anniversary theme for Mövenpick Colombo is aptly, ‘Celebrating 5 years of Gratitude’.Commenting on this significant milestone the Hotel’s General Manager, Roshan Perera said, “Last five years also did comprise many challenges for the hospitality industry. There is no doubt that we have come thus far, because of the trust that our customers and partners placed in us, allowing us to be part of their cherished moments.
In order to say ‘Thank You’, we have created an array of ‘Gratitude Offers’,” he said. Mövenpick Colombo seeks to celebrate its customers and partners, whose loyalty supported the hotel and gave it wings to fly high and rise above choppy waters, to remain filled with purpose and optimism.The Hotel has planned ‘Gratitude Offers’ that showcase its appreciation of guests and partners. A 25% discount will be presented at any restaurant of choice, on all a la carte meals. An extended 3-hour Happy Hour at Vistas, will start from 5 p.m. till 8 p.m. Robata Grill and Lounge, the Hotel’s Asian Inspired Restaurant will also gift a free bottle of wine to diners who dine in groups of five, in addition to the 25% discount available on a la carte.
These F&B offers are available until January 16.Meanwhile Ayu will serve a special Weekend Celebration Buffet at affordable rates.Also on offer will be staycation deals, with all-inclusive Junior Suite offers for just Rs 22,000 per night, with special pampering touches such as breakfast in bed and, high tea for two at Ayu restaurant. Mövenpick Colombo considers the safety of guests and employees as priority and therefore is stringently focused on guest safety and adheres to the highest safety standards stipulated by the AccorHotels Group. He also said the bookings are picking up and they forecast a better 2022.