Omni Hotels Announces Romantic Getaway with a French Twist
IRVING, TX . — Launching on Valentine’s Day weekend, Omni Hotels is bringing the allure of Parisian-style romance to its guests with the “French Kiss” package, which begins with Nicolas Feuillatte French Champagne delivered upon arrival. Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne was first introduced to Omni Hotels’ guests through their iconic “Flavors of the World” culinary program, which recently spotlighted the wines and cuisine of France.
Once the French Kiss package is reserved, each guest will receive an advance call from the “romance director” (concierge) to tailor the weekend to their preferred specifications. Omni romance directors will play cupid by helping to orchestrate a one-of-a-kind romantic experience -- such a passionate picnic in the park -- or recreate the couple’s most cherished romantic moment. The French Kiss package also features a romantic turndown with a gift of a ylang-ylang scented reed infuser, an aromatic oil believed to induce passionate feelings given its calming and restorative yet exotic properties. The package also includes a gourmet breakfast in bed with, of course, French toast. In the spirit of the French culture, check-out can also be extended, allowing guests to enjoy the leisurely pace of life.
“We wanted to treat our guests to a great escape with a chance to really relax and celebrate love. From recreating a favorite date to sipping Champagne or simply indulging in the luxury of breakfast in bed, the French Kiss package offers another romantic memory to cherish,” said Caryn Kboudi, vice president of corporate communications for Omni Hotels.
French Kiss is available across the brand beginning Valentine’s Day weekend and continues through Dec. 30, 2009. Prices begin at $139 per night and vary depending on special requests. For additional details, visit omnihotels.com.
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