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2 special options for your Valentine’s Day celebration

February 01, 2012

There’s nothing wrong with celebrating Valentine’s Day with another bouquet of flowers or box of diet-busting chocolates for the umpteenth year in a row. But, let’s face it, that routine is getting a bit passé.

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Ask yourself this question: Will my Significant Other feel that I’ve put real thoughtfulness into honoring him or her for Valentine’s Day if I, yet again, serve up the clichéd flowers or chocolates?

Answer: Probably not.

The solution: Make a definitive statement of love and affection this year by taking advantage of one of The Rose Hotel’s special packages. For Valentine’s Day we suggest either the Romance Package or the Night on the Town Package. Both are terrific values at just $295, and treat couples to the perfect ambiance for rekindling the flames of romance. Not only that, we include some of the Valentine’s Day favorites (i.e., flowers, chocolates, champagne) that traditionalists expect.

The Romance Package comes with:

>> One night’s accommodations in a Deluxe King room with whirlpool tub
>> Chilled Champagne
>> Chocolate delights
>> Luxurious bath amenities featuring Organic Natural products
>> Rose Hotel bathrobes and slippers for use during your stay
>> A bouquet of fresh roses
>> Extensive continental breakfast

The Night on the Town includes:

>> One night’s accommodations in a Deluxe King room with whirlpool tub
>> Luxurious bath amenities featuring Organic Natural bath products
>> Rose Hotel bathrobes and slippers for use during your stay
>> $50 gift certificate for a downtown upscale restaurant
>> Chilled bottle of Champagne
>> Extensive continental breakfast with an eclectic menu
>> Day pass for Club Sport, a local full service athletic club

We encourage you to act quickly. Availability is very limited.

If you’re committed to making this Valentine’s Day an extra special one, call us now at 800-843-9540 to make a reservation.

We’ll take care of all the preparations so you and your Significant Other can concentrate on that long overdue alone time.

 

Written by Mike Consol

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