D.C. Romance: Bath Butler to the Rescue at the Park Hyatt

Park Hyatt Washington DCValentine’s Day is right around the corner, and luxury hotels are rolling out the red carpet for guests looking to set the mood for romance. From horse-drawn carriage rides in Paris and Champagne sipping on the London Eye to sleigh rides in the Berkshires, hotels are offering perks for a special stay in February. For those visiting the nation’s capital, consider checking into the Park Hyatt Washington D.C.—a sleek hotel designed by Tony Chi near Foggy Bottom—where a bath butler will draw you a luxurious bath in the limestone soaking tub, complete with bath salts, rose petals, and tea lights.

The “Romance at the Park” offer is not limited to Valentine’s Day; you can indulge in this special getaway-- inclusive of chocolate truffles, a bottle of bubbly, American breakfast for two, and a late check-out at 2 pm—all throughout 2012. For more information, see the hotel’s website: www.parkwashington.hyatt.com

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