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Times Square Boutique Hotel Offers Special Experience for Valentine's Day

Renaissance New York Times Square Package Includes Cocktails, Cupcakes and More

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 02/11/14 -- Everyone's love life could use a little excitement now and again, and Valentine's Day presents the perfect opportunity for spicing things up. Whether looking for an iconic destination to pop the question or a fun staycation, the Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel offers the perfect experience. To make sure guests have all they need for a special stay, the hotel's R Romantic Getaway has all the bases covered.

This limited-time offer at this NYC Times Square hotel lets couples enjoy:

  • Deluxe room accommodations
  • Daily breakfast buffet for two
  • Two cocktails (Bloody Mary or Mimosa)
  • Baked by Melissa cupcakes delivered upon arrival
  • Renaissance candle
  • Late checkout based on availability

Couples who book the package will also get recommendations for romantic experiences in the Valentine's Couples Navigator Guide, offering suggestions for everything from ice skating at Rockefeller Center to a ballet or opera performance at Lincoln Center. The hotel's R Lounge will also host its own Valentine's Day event: Pick Your Potion. For $35 per person, guests will indulge in strawberry-infused champagne (two glasses per person), banana Nutella panini and fresh strawberries with whipped cream and hot chocolate sauce. Guests can also plan their own outings with the hotel's online NYC destination guide.

To book the R Romantic Getaway, visit www.marriott.com/specials/ or call 1-800-228-9290 in the US and ask for promotional code RHO. This offer is available through February 16, 2014.

About the Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel
No trip to NYC is complete without a visit to Times Square, whether passing through on the way to a business meeting, taking in a Broadway show or admiring the bright lights and vibrant energy. The Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel puts guests in the heart of the action without compromising on comfort, quality or style. Guest rooms are chic and spacious, and feature high-speed Internet access, soundproof windows, 24-hour room service, a moveable desk, luxurious bed, 37-inch LCD TV and coffee/tea service. Being in the city doesn't mean having to sacrifice on amenities. Here guests can access the state-of-the-art fitness center, host clients in five fully equipped meeting rooms, enjoy a delicious meal throughout the day at VIVID Lounge and take in the city with a specialty cocktail in hand at R Lounge. Many of the city's biggest attractions are within walking distance, including the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Bryant Park, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Central Park and shopping on Madison and Fifth avenues.

About Renaissance
Renaissance Hotels encourages guests to Live Life to Discover(SM) at more than 155 hotels in 35 countries around the world. Each hotel is unique and every stay offers an opportunity to explore local discoveries exclusive to the destination. At every hotel, Renaissance Navigators are local experts ready to assist guests in discovering local flavors and activities. Signature RLife LIVE entertainment events are designed to showcase emerging talent in music, the arts, culinary and more to inspire discovery. R.E.N. Meetings offers groups an experience beyond a traditional meeting rooted in creative sensory meeting design, RLife LIVE networking events and custom curated local Navigator excursions. At Renaissance Hotels, we work to ensure that every trip is transformed into an eye-opening, unforgettable journey. You spend your life working, you should discover the world as you go. To discover more visit www.renhotels.com.

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Two Times Square
714 Seventh Avenue at W. 48th Street
New York, New York 10036
USA
1-212-765-7676
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