I previously told you about the Valentine's Day dinner at the Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro but they have added a new twist, a rather unconventional celebratory item. Valentine’s Day will also be the inaugural kick-off for a special hotel package for couples called "The Married Too Long Package."
“The best way to describe this package is a celebration of our differences as well as the little things that make up the yin and yang of a happy and enduring relationship,” says Proprietor Peter Rait of The Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro. The package is the brainchild of Rait and his wife of 17 years Cecilia Rait.
A couple receives an overnight stay for two, dinner for two, breakfast for two and a discounted shopping card to area boutiques for her, and a universal remote (upon check-out) for the him!
Guests after check-in may separate and “do their own thing” guilt free. Amenities for the package include:
Perks for Him:
-Drinks and snacks at The Beacon Hill Bistro’s Bar
-Lounging all day in one of the Beacon Hill Hotel’s luxurious beds watching sports or movies
-Free admission to the Boston Sports Museum
-Universal Remote upon check-out (parting gift!)
Perks for Her:
-Exclusive shopping pass offering between 10%-20% off at Beacon Hill boutiques and shops such as: Wish, Good, Moxie, Crush, Beauty Mark and others!
-Shopping Bag Drop off Service
-Swanky Cocktails in front of The Beacon Hill Bistro’s fireplace
*Map Boston will also provide their Boston Guide Book with highlighted His & Her Boston Activities!
Couples reunite at day’s end for a lovely evening of dining and then upon retiring to their room compare notes on their day with a complimentary glass of champagne!
The Married Too Long Package is Available for booking between February 14 to March 31 and is $399.00 (not including room tax, beverages at dinner and gratuities). Availability is limited, and there is a $50 surcharge on Valentine’s Day itself (due to the extra special holiday menu).
Make your reservation today by calling 617-723-7575!
Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro
25 Charles Street