Portland, Ore. (PRWEB) January 24, 2009
The glass-filled Tacoma Hotel -- Hotel Murano -- offers a Valentine's Day package sure to spark some romance with its "Cupid Strikes" package.
On Cupid's day, enjoy simple romantic notions with champagne (or bottle of red or white if you prefer), a bouquet of roses, Tacoma's own Almond Roca Valentine's chocolates and breakfast for two in bed to celebrate life and love! Overnight accommodations, late check-out and unlimited in-and-out valet parking are included.
The "Cupid Strikes" package is available from February 9 to February 16 with rates starting at $243. Book the package online or call the hotel at 866.833.6299 or 206.728.6299.
Amidst Tacoma's rejuvenated downtown, the new Hotel Murano offers a hotel experience unseen internationally. With glass gathered from international artists; international style of design by corsostaicoff; luxury amenities, such as an iPod Menu and Spiritual Menu; and an ideal location, the Murano quenches one's thirst for art and comfort. From its exterior entrance where Costas Varotsos -- internationally renowned artist -- has created a 104-foot, large-scale masterpiece of glass called "Orizon" (horizon in Greek) conveying a relationship to the horizon and water to the interior where art is deeply integrated in function and design, the hotel will stimulate anyone's artistic sense.
More than 45 artists from around the world are showcased in the hotel from the lobby to the guest rooms making every step in the hotel an artful journey. As its intent, the Murano will educate and inspire guests with its pool of international talent and individual story of each artist.
About Hotel Murano
Like its sister hotel in Portland, Ore., the Hotel Lucia (Travel + Leisure's Top 500 Hotels in the World and Condé Nast Traveler's Top 100 Hotels in the World) or the Hotel deLuxe (Condé Nast Traveler's Hot List and Top 100 Hotels in the World) in Portland, Ore., the Hotel Murano (1320 Broadway Plaza, Tacoma, Wash., 98402 - 253.238.8000) is unique in the Northwest with its art-inspired design and magnified focus on personal guest services. In addition to the Hotel Lucia and the Hotel deLuxe, the Hotel Murano's family (http://www.provenancehotels.com) also includes the Hotel Max in Seattle, Wash., opened in October of 2005 and the Hotel Preston in Nashville, Tenn., opened in March of 2004. For more information in regards to the opening of the hotel, photography or to visit model rooms, please contact Dina Nishioka for details at 503.295.2122 x223. Also, visit http://www.hotelmuranotacoma.com for updates.
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