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Valentine Treats Served All Week at Luxury Orlando Hotel

ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 02/12/13 -- Valentine's Week is set to sweeten the senses, and those who make their way to Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando, Autograph Collection®, a signature Kessler Collection boutique hotel, are sure to fall in love with the rich tastes and flavorful culture set forth by The Boheme Restaurant.

Located inside the downtown Orlando luxury hotel, The Boheme Restaurant is offering sumptuous selections Feb. 9-17 for the delight of guests, including an exceptional four-course chef's tasting menu designed through the creative culinary talents of Executive Chef Laurent Hollaender. Additionally, a special Valentine's Brunch is planned for Sunday, Feb. 17 at this impressive AAA Four-Diamond restaurant for just $49 per person. Featuring everything from breakfast delights to antipasto, seafood and a carving station of Prime Rib, there will be something for everyone at this expansive buffet, and no one will want to skip the delectable offering of Bohemian desserts designed especially for the celebration of Valentine's Day.

While seating is already limited for Valentine's Day, lovebirds reserving their celebration throughout the week can enjoy an aphrodisiac-inspired four-course, prix-fixe Valentine's Day Dinner for just $59 at The Boheme Restaurant. Sweethearts are sure to be inspired by the restaurant's romantic ambiance and complimentary live entertainment. Choosing from the likes of "Kiss Me Tender" Filet Mignon, Lobster and Asparagus Spears Risotto, Grilled Lamb T-Bone, Jumbo Sea Scallops and Pan Seared Chilean Sea Bass as the third course, this romantic meal begins with the likes of oysters and caviar followed by popular salads and soups before being completed with a superb offering of delicate desserts such as Toblerone Chocolate "Fonduet," "Night of Passion" Charlotte and "Share My Heart" Raspberry Tart.

The Art of Valentine's Day menu will be served from Feb. 9-17, at the luxury hotel, where a host of Orlando vacation packages, discounts and promotions can easily be paired with this remarkable dinner to treat that special Valentine with an unforgettable evening of romantic bliss. Dinner reservations may be made by phoning 1-407-581-4700.

About the Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando, Autograph Collection®
Celebrated as an experience in art and music, the AAA Four Diamond Grand Bohemian Hotel, a signature Kessler Collection property, takes center stage as downtown Orlando's landmark luxury icon. From the moment guests arrive, a dazzling blend of art, music and memorable hospitality immerse the senses. From the Italian mosaic tiled barrel-vaulted ceilings to the jester-like statues upon entry; an oasis of sheer beauty welcomes visitors to enjoy the unprecedented collection of more than 150 rare works of art. Located moments away from downtown's cultural gems, as well as Orlando's magical theme parks, Grand Bohemian fosters a setting that celebrates creativity and inspires the soul. For more information or to make a reservation at Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando, please visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/mcoak-grand-bohemian-hotel-orlando-autograph-collection/ or call 407.313.9000 or toll-free 888.213.9110.

About The Kessler Collection
Capturing the classical and unconventional spirit of Bohemian cultures, The Kessler Collection's portfolio of passionately created and artistically inspired boutique hotels boast chic design, luxe accommodations, enriching ambiance and intimate service. Whether visiting properties in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Colorado or New Mexico, each hotel's exquisite art, music and cultural influences, personally acquired for that hotel by the Kessler family, are deliberately approachable. Designed to inspire unforgettable experiences, Kessler guests are bathed in re-defined Bohemian luxury, from an 1888 historic hotel, a cutting edge downtown landmark and a magical castle, to an earthy Native American retreat, high design southern mansion and elite ski lodge.

About Autograph Collection®
Marriott's Autograph Collection® is an evolving ensemble of strikingly independent hotels. Each destination has been selected for its bold originality, rich character and uncommon details. From near to far, iconic to historic, the result is an array of properties that is nothing less than unique, nothing short of collectively exceptional. For more information please visit www.autograph-hotels.marriott.com/.

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