Tuesday, December 22, 2009
The London Valentine's Fairytale at Swissotel The Howard, London
LONDON, December 2009 – Swissôtel The Howard, London has announced their rooms arrangement for an exceptional Valentine’s weekend in February 2010. “The London Valentine’s Fairytale” offers love-struck couples a dinner experience inside the Lalique boutique in central London together with an overnight accommodation in the hotel’s Grand Room with a private panorama terrace overlooking the River Thames.
The evening will begin at the five star Thames side hotel, Swissôtel The Howard, where the couple will be met by a horse-drawn carriage set to transfer them directly to the Lalique store on Conduit Street.
On this occasion, the elegant store will be closed exclusively and decorated with numerous candles to create an intimate atmosphere. A 5-course gourmet dinner with wine pairings will be served on the boutique’s fine cutlery by a private butler. Surrounded by exquisite crystal vases, sculptures, jewellery and more, a harp player will accompany the couple throughout the night.
After the romantic experience, a Jaguar Limousine will take the couple back to Swissôtel The Howard, London for an overnight stay in one of the Grand Rooms overlooking the River Thames with postcard panoramic views spanning from Tower Bridge to the Houses of Parliament.
The London Valentine’s Fairytale package is priced at £2010 + VAT per person and includes an overnight stay in a Grand River View Room, in-room champagne breakfast, horse carriage to the Lalique store, a bottle of Krug Champagne, a 5-course dinner with wine pairings after 7pm and a Jaguar Limousine transport back to the hotel. The package is subject to availability, needs to be booked in advance and is available only once per day on
February 13th, 14th and 15th 2010.
Lalique is a French glassware specialist known for its elegant frosted-glass sculptures, Art Deco crystal and unique perfume bottles. Lalique was recognized as one of France's leading Art Nouveau jewellery designers and also know for the exclusive crystal vases which showcase plants, flowers and flowing lines. Their flagship store is located in Conduit Street (London) and has partnered with Swissôtel The Howard, London to provide a distinct Valentine’s venue in London.
About Swissôtel The Howard, London
Swissôtel The Howard, London is a five star hotel with an outstanding riverside setting and panoramic views across London’s historic skyline. The 189 hotel rooms and suites reflect a contemporary and sophisticated style. Set in the heart of London and close to Covent Garden with its bars, restaurants and theatres, the hotel is ideally located for business as well as leisure guests. For more information visit www.swissotel.com/london
About Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts
Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts is a distinctive group of deluxe hotels for today’s discerning business and leisure travellers, combining the renowned Swiss touch with a fresh, contemporary and modern design. Each Swissôtel hotel offers personalized service with charm and efficiency. Located in main gateway destinations and city centres, the hotels have convenient access to business and shopping districts, and local attractions. Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts worldwide have won prestigious awards and accolades.
Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts is owned by Fairmont Raffles Hotels International, a leading global hotel company with 94 hotels and resorts worldwide under the Raffles, Fairmont and Swissôtel brands. The company also manages Fairmont and Raffles branded Residences, Estates and luxury private residence club properties.
Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts under development:
Swissôtel Dresden, Germany (2011)
Swissôtel Kolkata, India (January 2010)
Swissôtel Makkah, Saudia-Arabia (2011)
For enquiries or further details please contact:
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7300 1827
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