'50 Shades of Romance' at The National

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This Valentine ’s Day, head to Miami for a romantic weekend a la 50 Shades of Grey. The National Hotel is celebrating Miami Romance Month with a Sensory Sweetheart Package, inspired by the upcoming 50 Shades Darker movie.

The Art Deco Hotel, located in sensual South Beach, is offering a 50 Shades of Romance hotel package to guests staying at the property between February 1-28, 2017. The package must be booked by January 31, 2017.

Upon arrival, you and your hubby will have to sign a “contract,” agreeing that “what happens at The National stays at The National,” just like Christian asked Anna to sign a contract in the original 50 Shades film and novel.

The package includes 50 roses displayed in your hotel room, 50 strawberries served in different styles (available all at once or throughout the duration of your stay), 50 sips of champagne at the hotel’s Blues Bar, a 50 minutes couple massage voucher, 50 shades of blue with a complimentary ocean view upgrade (based on availability) and complimentary late check-out, guaranteeing a 4:00 p.m. check out. 

Good to Know: to ensure you get the time you want, we recommend booking your couples massage in advance, prior to your stay. Contact UneedaMassage at 302-216-0790 for booking inquiries.

Perhaps the best part of the package is a poolside dinner experience for two in the dark. No, it’s not under the stars, it’s in blindfolds. Blindly sample 50 savory samples of different dishes by Tamara Bistro, concluding with the movie’s signature vanilla based ice cream for dessert.

Insider Tip: 50 Shade Darker, the sequel to 50 Shades of Grey, hits theaters February 10, 2017, so take your sweetheart to see it before your South Beach getaway.

To book, call 305-532-2311 or visit www.nationalhotel.com for more information.

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