Provenance Hotels Lure Lovers for the Long Valentine Weekend
January 16, 2014 – PORTLAND, Ore. – They say all you need is love but, a romantic long weekend can sure spice things up. This year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday and many couples will take off work the next Monday, Feb. 17 for President’s Day. For lovebirds in search of a romantic getaway, Provenance Hotels is making Valentine packages available all weekend long at its four award-winning, art-filled boutique hotels in the Pacific Northwest. From make-your-own mimosas and breakfast in bed at chic Hotel Lucia to bubbly and board games at Hotel Max, a dinner and a movie at glamorous Hotel deLuxe, and sensual turndown service at The Governor Hotel, these packages are packed with romance from morning until night.
The amorous and adventuresome are invited to pop a bottle and let their playful side loose with the Let the Games Begin package at Seattle’s sexiest boutique hotel, Hotel Max. It includes overnight accommodations, a free upgrade to the next available room type (based upon availability), a chilled bottle of Prosecco, Bedroom Rockstar – a rock n’ roll themed bedroom board game that is sure to turn the night’s fun up to eleven – and late 2 p.m. check out the next day. Priced from $189 per night, plus tax, the package is bookable now for stays between February 1 and 16, 2014 and can be reserved online at www.hotelmaxseattle.com/special-offers or by calling 866-986-8087.
Nothing is more indulgent than lounging in bed with your beloved. At chic Hotel Lucia, in the heart of downtown Portland, couples can relax in newly renovated rooms, cuddle in comfy robes and mix their own mimosas with the Morning After package. Priced from $329 per night, plus tax, it features overnight accommodations, luxurious his and hers Hotel Lucia bathrobes, a $30 credit for breakfast in bed from Imperial at Hotel Lucia, a bottle of chilled bubbly and fresh squeezed orange juice for mixing the perfect in-room morning mimosas, and a late 1 p.m. check out. The package is available February 14, 15 and 16, 2014 and can be reserved at www.hotellucia.com/special-offers or by calling 866-986-8086.
Hotel deLuxe, also located in downtown Portland, is offering a glamorous twist on the date night dinner and a movie with the Affair to Remember package. It includes overnight accommodations and a three course pre fixe dinner for two at Gracie’s with live musical entertainment featuring piano renditions of classic movie love songs. After dinner, guests can snuggle up in their room with a DVD of the Cary Grant and Debra Kerr 1957 classic romance An Affair to Remember with a bottle of Oregon pinot noir and Portland-made chocolates. Package rates start at $249 per night, plus tax. It is bookable now for stays on February 14, 15 and 16, 2014 and can be reserved at www.hoteldeluxeportland.com/special-offers or by calling 866-986-8085.
The historic Governor Hotel is putting a sensual new twist on traditional hotel service with the Tempting Turndown package. It pairs luxurious overnight accommodations and a complimentary upgrade to the next available room type (based upon availability) with turndown service designed to set the mood for romance with fresh rose petals on the bed, a chilled bottle of Prosecco and a naughty late night snack featuring fresh strawberries, whipped cream and gourmet chocolate sauce. Plus, guests enjoy a late 2 p.m. check out the next day. The package is bookable now for stays from February 1 through 27, 2014 and priced from $239, plus tax, and can be booked at www.governorhotel.com/specials or by calling 888-246-5631.
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About Provenance Hotels
Provenance Hotels are award-winning urban boutique hotels with a distinct and deeply integrated art story. They include Hotel deLuxe, Hotel Lucia and the Governor Hotel in Portland, Ore., Hotel Max in Seattle, Wash., Hotel Murano in Tacoma, Wash., and Hotel Preston in Nashville, Tenn. Provenance Hotels can be found online at www.provenancehotels.com, www.facebook.com/ProvenanceHotels and www.twitter.com/ProvenanceHotel.
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