Wild Amore Possibilities in New York or Rome
(Rome, Italy) – As one hotel in New York caters to singles on the famed day of love, Valentine’s Day gets a special spark at another hotel in Rome.
Each year, hotels throughout the world disseminate packages geared towards couples – enticing them to experience a romantic weekend with a view, rose-hued champagne and artisan chocolates.
This year, New York’s musically historic Buckingham is inviting not the duets – but soloists – to enjoy an Un-Valentine’s Day special.
Starting at $205 per night, singles who book a room around Valentine’s Day Weekend will receive admission to the 1st Annual Valentine’s Day Ball at the Hudson Terrace where, yes, chocolate-covered strawberries, a champagne reception, and new love await.
This package is valid from February 11th through February 28th 2010 and has a minimum stay of two nights. Visitors who book before or after Valentine’s Day, will receive admission to Hudson Terrace along with a complimentary champagne toast at the bar.
For further details, please visit the Buckingham Hotel web site at www.buckinghamhotel.com or call toll free at 888-511-1900.
Since opening its doors atop the Spanish Steps in Rome in 1893, Hotel Hassler Roma, owned and managed by Roberto E. Wirth, has been a magnet for lovers in search of an exquisite and memorable romantic getaway. In 2010, the tradition continues, and this Valentine's Day the Hassle welcomes couples with a special "San Valentino" package.
The highlight of the two- or three-night offer is a Valentine's Day menu specially created by Chef Francesco Apreda at the hotel's Michelin-starred panoramic restaurant, Imàgo, arguably one of the most romantic spots in the Eternal City. The package also includes accommodations in a Grand Deluxe room, daily breakfast in the Salone Eva, a bottle of Italian sparkling wine, a red rose and a surprise gift from the Hassler Roma family.
The special offer is valid for arrival on February 12, 13 or 14, 2010, and rates are €1,070 (approximately US$1,552) for two nights and €1,545 (approximately US$2,241) for three nights.
For more information about Hotel Hassler Roma, visit: www.hotelhasslerroma.com.
Hotel Hassler Roma features a panoramic view of the entire city, and has been a five-star lodging in Rome for the world's elite for more than a century. Each of the 82 rooms and 13 suites is individually designed and adorned in authentic Italian accents. Highlights include the panoramic restaurant, Imàgo, and the neighboring, Hassler-owned Il Palazzetto, a charming 16-century palazzo that offers a restaurant and wine bar with panoramic terraces, four rooms, and the International Wine Academy of Roma which offers wine-tasting classes with world-renowned sommeliers.