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Will you be my Valentine?

14 Feb

It’s the 14th day of February, famously known as the Valentine’s day. Happy Valentines to you all, lovers of this day.

This day causes a lot of commotion around the world and Kenya is no different. The good thing this year is that Valentines falls on a weekend this year which makes it a Valentines weekend for all. Many hotels are offering competitive Valentines packages to suit one’s pocket and give value for money. For instance one can look at the Valentines weekend special. In its advert it states, “Panari Hotel on Mombasa road is posh and dainty, and this Valentine’s Day, the hotel promises you a Fairy Tale Weekend with a variety of dining options and a special Valentine accommodation package. On the eve of Valentine’s Day at Red Garnet restaurant, a 3 course meal with a bottle of wine will go for KSh.4,500 per person while romantic dinner will cost couples Ksh. 12,000″. Sounds fantastic for all lovers out there. The weekend makes for a perfect romantic getaway to the Nairobi Tented Camp which has an amazing Valentine’s weekend retreat offer in the heart of Nairobi National Park. Residents and non residents get a self drive, candlelit romantic dinner with a bottle of Sparkling wine and soft drinks and breakfast in the forest the nest day for only 18,400 Kenya shillings per couple.

There is pressure for couples to prove their love on Valentines this weekend, some will go to the ends of the earth to do that. Enter Villa Rosa Kempinski which has launched high-end overnight luxury packages to help them fulfill this need. The luxury hotel along Chiromo Road in Nairobi is offering a Sh2.34m presidential suite package.Themed “A night of diamonds at our presidential suites”, the packages included a butler, private chef, dinner serenade, champagne, 40 bouquets of roses, massage treatments, a jacuzzi and luxury diamond jewellery from Onyx Jewelers.

Many industries are smiling when it comes to the valentines weekend, none other than flower farmers who are eager to cash in on this weekend on love. Flower farmers are upbeat ahead of the Valentine’s Day and are projecting a rosy picture for the sector, despite the recent losses incurred during the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) impasse and they hope to take advantage of the cold weather conditions in Ethiopia to reclaim Kenya’s lost market share during Valentines. The ball has already started rolling as it was confirmed that 200 tonnes of flowers have arrived in the UK with Kenya mentioned as one of the top contributors. Seventy per cent of roses sold in European supermarkets come from Kenya.

 
 

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