Soak Up Some Sun and Have Your Passport Stamped with Joie De Vivre Hotels in Southern California

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"Southern California Dreamin' Passport" Promotion Offers Up To 40 Percent Savings At Five So Cal Properties

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With Joie de Vivre’s Southern California Dreamin’ Passport, the more hotels that guests experience, the more they save on their stays.

Travelers can soak up the Southern California sun and culture this fall and winter with Joie de Vivre’s “Southern California Dreamin’ Passport” promotion. California’s largest boutique hotel company is offering an incremental travel deal available through February 1, 2011 with savings of up to 40 percent at Hotel Angeleno (Brentwood), Hotel Erwin (Venice), Shorebreak Hotel (Huntington Beach), Pacific Edge Hotel (Laguna Beach) and the newly-acquired Custom Hotel (Los Angeles), which is located just minutes away from Los Angeles International Airport.

With Joie de Vivre’s Southern California Dreamin’ Passport, the more hotels that guests experience, the more they save on their stays. Travelers who book a stay at any of Joie de Vivre’s five Southern California hotels from Oct. 15, 2010 through Feb. 1, 2011 for stays from Nov. 1, 2010 through March 31, 2011 will receive incremental savings on room rates and restaurant dining.

  •     Hotel 1: Receive double points in Joie de Vivre’s Joy of Life Club loyalty program, plus a free appetizer or dessert with purchase of entrée*
  •     Hotel 2: 10 percent off, double points, plus 10 percent off your meal at our restaurant*
  •     Hotel 3: 15 percent off and double points, plus 15 percent off your meal at our restaurant*
  •     Hotel 4: 30 percent off and double points, plus 30 percent off your meal at our restaurant*
  •     Hotel 5: 40 percent off and double points, plus 40 percent off your meal at our restaurant*

Guests will also receive an actual Joie de Vivre passport to stamp at each hotel and symbolize their progressive stays.

Joie de Vivre’s five Southern California hotels let you experience the best of what Southern California has to offer -- miles of beaches, an endless array of restaurants, shopping to fit every style and nearly year-round sunshine and sublime weather. From chic to laid-back, artsy to beachy, each hotel has a distinctive feel all its own.

*The percentage off of each hotel and meal excludes taxes, gratuity, and beverages. Discounts for food at Pacific Edge is only available for dining in the Beach House and not available on The Deck or for room service. Percentage off hotel stays will not be granted retroactively for previous stays if the guest was not signed up for the promotion.
For more information, please visit http://www.jdvsocalhotels.com.

Media Contacts:
Lori Lincoln
Director of Public Relations                
Joie de Vivre                     
Phone: 415.773.1067             
llincoln(at)jdvhospitality(dot)com        

Kristina Hjelsand
Senior PR Manager
Joie de Vivre
Phone: 415.364.5581
khjelsand(at)jdvhospitality(dot)com

About Joie de Vivre Hotels in Southern California
San Francisco-based Joie de Vivre (http://www.jdvhotels.com) manages over 30 boutique hotels, more than 20 restaurants, and four spas. Recently Joie de Vivre has made a splash by expanding into Southern California with a collection of hotels in the region. They include Shorebreak Hotel in Huntington Beach, Custom Hotel in Los Angeles, Hotel Angeleno in Los Angeles, Hotel Erwin in Venice Beach, and Pacific Edge Hotel on Laguna Beach. Each hotel showcases the unique personality of its location, with a surfer-chic beach vibe at Shorebreak Hotel, a conveniently close proximity to LAX Airport for Custom Hotel, a trendy locale with sweeping city views at Hotel Angeleno, a hip Venice Beach attitude at Hotel Erwin, and an “Endless Summer” eclectic Laguna Beach style at Pacific Edge. The Southern California Joie de Vivre properties offer guests boutique hotels with signature restaurants, refreshing interior designs, friendly staff, and the discovery of an innovative and one-of-a-kind experience.

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