The Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel Lagos plans a romantic crowning moment for guests looking for creative ways of expressing affection and appreciation towards each other this Valentine season.
The Victoria Island-based hotel will use the season as an opportunity to showcase its totally overhauled rooms which promise to give an exciting and pleasant welcome with its modern and contemporary aesthetics punctuated by intimate artistic endeavours.
The hotel’s gym and swimming pool have also been transformed, to help make the hotel an enviable scene for a truly memorable romantic weekend.
Radisson Anchorage promises a special Bed and Breakfast package from the February 12 -15, with the weekend culminating in an extensive valentine day dinner buffet.
Widely-celebrated international Chef Jade Sullaphen has taken culinary romanticism to new heights by carefully curating a 4-course menu that takes tastebuds on a surreal journey befitting for the occasion.
Those who would like to continue with thee sensual adventure by staying at the hotel overnight will be greeted by the delight of rose petals carefully strewn around the room.
There will be choice champagne for breakfast, complimentary roses for the first 50 ladies, smooth Jazz violinist to serenade guests over dinner, romantic picture booth to capture the evening, complimentary glass of Moet for the first 50 couples and discounted rates for bottles of Moet and Whispering Angel alcoholic beverages.
While the Valentine weekend remains the climax of the intimate experience at the Radisson Blu Anchorage, the hotel remains accessible for related events such as intimate weddings and social interactions.
There have also been great strides taken in innovation to stay relevant to the prevailing global conditions with the introduction of hybrid meetings where virtual meeting rooms and equipment have been set up at the hotel for the ease of doing business.
Safety remains a key ingredient of the hotel processes and every effort is made to abide by the health and safety protocols in line with the existing government regulations.