Boston’s Liberty Hotel Celebrates an "Affair to Remember" with a Special Valentine's Day Package

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Boston's Liberty Hotel offers romantic retreats for two.

An Affair to Remember Package

The Liberty Hotel, built in 1851 as the famed Charles Street Jail, invites couples to spend a romantic weekend in Boston’s Beacon Hill with the An Affair To Remember Package or the Guilty Pleasures Romance Package. The packages give you more than enough reasons to visit Boston and just as many to spend the entire time in your room.

“An Affair to Remember Package” starts at $295 per night, is valid on 2/13/10, and includes:

Overnight accommodations in a luxurious guest room
Two glasses of champagne at check-in
Two tickets to The Liberty’s “An Affair To Remember” Pre-Valentine’s Day party on February 13th
Two Psychic Readings at the “Affair To Remember” Pre-Valentine’s Day party on February 13th
An Affair to Remember” to view in guest room
Extended late check-out of 2 p.m.

“Guilty Pleasures Romance Package” starts at $435 per night, including:

Overnight accommodations in a Luxury King guest room
A split of champagne delivered to your room
Breakfast for two in CLINK. or through Solitary Dining
Chocolate dipped assorted fruit
Intimacy Kit
Extended late check-out of 3 p.m.

Press Contact:
Emily Wilson/Matthew Levison                                                                        
Nancy J. Friedman Public Relations
Tel: 212.228.1500

About The Liberty Hotel
Located in the heart of Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood, The Liberty Hotel is near the world’s best medical complex, posh shopping boutiques along quaint Charles Street, the City’s financial district and technology centers in Cambridge. The property, which offers sweeping views of the Charles River, is the imaginative adaptation of the storied Charles Street Jail into a 300-room luxury hotel with three distinct dining venues and 6,000 square feet of meeting space. A National Historic Landmark and architectural gem built in 1851, the hotel incorporates its history, exceptional service and the latest in modern technology to create an unrivaled guest experience.

The Liberty Hotel is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, http://www.lhw.com. For reservations and more information, call (617) 224-4000 or (866) 507-5245, or log on at http://www.libertyhotel.com.

About MTM Luxury Lodging
The Liberty Hotel is managed by MTM Luxury Lodging as part of a collection of properties including Hotel 1000 in Seattle, Washington; Ivy Hotel in San Diego, California; Willows Lodge in Woodinville, Washington; and Woodmark Hotel, Spa and Yacht Club in Kirkland, Washington. MTM specializes in managing luxury, independent hotels, inns, and resorts. The properties are defined by exciting locations, cutting-edge design and superior service; each offering the quality and appeal expected by discerning, affluent business and leisure travelers. Without exception, MTM managed hotels are the very best in the markets they serve. http://www.mtmluxurylodging.com.

About The Leading Hotels of the World, Ltd.
The Leading Hotels of the World, Ltd. is the prestigious luxury hospitality organization representing more than 450 of the world’s finest hotels, resorts and spas, and is the operator of lhw.com and http://www.lhwspas.com – the online sources for your luxury lifestyle. As the largest international luxury hotel brand, the firm maintains offices in 24 major markets across the globe.

Since 1928, the company’s reputation for excellence derives from the exacting levels of quality it demands of its members, each of which must pass a rigorous, anonymous inspection covering hundreds of meticulous criteria spanning from product to behavioral standards. This set of standards is the most stringent in the industry.

High resolution images are available for downloading at lhw.com/press. For reservations and information, visit lhw.com or telephone toll-free from the USA, Canada, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands, (800) 223-6800.

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