Keeping the Valentines spirit alive


For the first time, Heritage Park Hotel (HPH) has embarked on a mission to keep the valentine’s spirit alive.

Over the past two weeks, entries had been received for a one night stay with dinner and breakfast for two at the HPH and also for a dinner for two at the HPH on Valentine’s Day.

Speaking to Island Sun, HPH General Manager (GM) Sunjay Bhargava says they had expected more entries than the 500 plus they had received but since this is the first of its kind, Mr Bhargava says it is to be expected.

“What we want is for the people to know our brand and stay here,” he said.

He said after this Valentine’s promotion, the Hotel is looking at upcoming events and will be coming up with ideas to commemorate the significant events and encourage everyone to watch out for HPH upcoming promotions so as to participate.

At the same time Sngha Trikma of HPH says the entries in question were from a promotion with Bmobile Vodafone where subscribers that had paid more than $50 and subscribed to any voice or data plan were entered into the draw.

“Also we have a drop box at the hotel where some of the entries are from,” Ms Trikma said.

Picking out the winners for this Valentine, Barry Peddle, Team Leader for Skills 4 Economic Growth says he wishes the happy couple all the best for this Valentine’s and hope they enjoy their dinner and stay at HPH.

Winners of the draw yesterday were Ireta Sim and Frixz Liu.

HPH this Valentine’s will be hosting a romantic dinner for two with a shared cocktail drink for two.

Valentine’s Day is tomorrow, February 14, 2018.

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