Where on earth do you get treated to a date for Sh93? Let alone a measly meal in the estate, what in this country is worth that much? Two loaves of bread, perhaps?
Well, this may sound unbelievable but the same hotel that threw the most expensive Valentine’s Day lovers offer is doing the opposite this year. You don’t need Sh500,000 to get the most exclusive, romantic treat this season. You only need Sh93, and so too in bonus points to, dine with the high and mighty at Acacia Premier Hotel, Kisumu’s most luxurious hotel, come Valentine’s Day.
It is a two-night package for Pulsers that has been tailor made for lucky winners and that will come complete with lavish accommodation in superior suites, dinner by a special chef and luxurious boat rides among other goodies already bundled in the gift pack.
The hotel that made an offer to lovers last year to compete for its presidential suite, a Sh500,000 offer whose package included a butler, private chef, dinner serenade, champagne treat and Jacuzzi moments at the rooftop spot, 40 bouquets of flowers, massage treatments and luxury diamond and sapphire jewellery (all valued at Sh1 million) is inviting lovers to participate in a competition that will see the lucky ones win the offer of a lifetime.
“We are back with an amazing 2017 Valentines campaign, which is probably the most unbelievable and cheapest deal you will ever hear about. For only Sh93, lucky couples will enjoy a romantic Valentines night at Acacia Premier hotel. For Sh93, a couple will get a superior lake-facing room decorated with roses, a bottle of wine, dinner at the Aqua bar and a boat trip of Lake Victoria among other offers,” a press statement from the hotel read in part.
“The campaign dubbed #93ReasonsToLove is a digital one where one can submit their 93 reasons to love on poem. The lucky couples will enjoy the Sh93 offer,” the hotel promised. When Pulse reached out to the Acacia Premier manager Duncan Mwangi as to how they had arrived at Sh93 he said:
“Well, the hotel has Sh93 rooms and this Valentines we chose to appreciate our customers who have been keeping us going. In fact, besides the winners, the hotel will also have a night of romance where other customers will enjoy dinner and accommodation at a highly discounted rate.”
“Like I have said before, at Acacia we make ordinary days extraordinary and we want to illustrate that sentiment through our special Valentine’s Day celebrations for guest,” said Mwangi.
This is not the first Valentines shocker a local hotel is throwing. Two years ago, Villa Rosa Kempinski pulled a Sh2.4 million one night Presidential suite Valentines offer that attracted about 30 clients.