Rosebuds Blog

Spending your Valentine’s Day in ‘captivity’

February 09, 2015
Champagne and roses

We have learned from breeding programs at zoos that animals do not love and breed well in captivity. How ironic that people seek captivity on Valentine’s Day to rekindle their love and affection.

That captivity can be as simple as a private dinner, or as elaborate as a couples vacation or staycation at a romantic hotel. We know this well because Valentine’s Day is one of our busiest holidays at The Rose Hotel. Our rooms for this coming Valentine’s Day weekend have been sold out for weeks. Although we hardly consider our hotel a place of “captivity” it’s obvious to us why loving couples find us so irresistible. It is easy to find that precious alone-time at The Rose, either in our luxurious rooms, our quiet lobby, nearby restaurants or a simple stroll down the historic Main Street running perpendicular to our front door.

We do plenty to facilitate that loving feeling with our year-round Romance Package, which includes:

  • 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

It has been sung that Love is a rose but you better not pick it, only grows when it’s on the vine.

We would disagree. We invite you to pick The Rose for your next romantic getaway and we will prove our case.

Written by Mike Consol