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Romantic getaway at the Montenotte

Wednesday, 5th February, 2020 4:39pm

Are you stuck for date inspiration this St Valentine’s day? The Montenotte Hotel could have exactly what you’re looking for!

To celebrate 14 February, loved up guests can enjoy brunch, afternoon tea or dinner at the Bistro followed by a couples massage at the Bellevue Spa before rounding off the evening with a stroll in the garden or a movie at the in-house Cameo cinema.

The hotel has installed their very own love seat and heart-shaped floral arch which is a must visit during the romantic weekend. This Insta-worthy spot is the perfect place to capture the moment, share a kiss, or to get down on one knee.

Make sure to tag @montenottehotel on Instagram and use the hashtag #loveatmontenotte to be in with the chance to win an overnight in the luxurious Merchant Suite for two people sharing with breakfast, a three-course dinner and a one hour spa treatment each in the Bellevue Spa.

If you are a hotel guest or evening diner at the hotel, you are invited to show your Insta post at the bar and receive a complimentary hot whiskey upon return from the garden, a great way to warm up together!

The Panorama Bistro & Terrace is the hotel’s main restaurant and bar, serving breakfast, all day food, afternoon tea and drinks with live piano music each Friday and Saturday from 19.30pm.

Advance booking is recommended to avoid disappointment when it comes to dining over the Valentines Weekend and essential for The Bellevue Spa or Cameo Cinema.

If you are looking for the perfect Valentines gift, why not consider giving a voucher? Choose from lunch, afternoon tea or the popular dinner and movie package. Treat your loved one to a spa treatment, or a luxury overnight stay and you’ll be sure to score maximum brownie points with your significant other!

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