Valentine’s with a View (and Jewelry) at Mandarin Oriental Munich

Mandarin Oriental Munich

In Munich for Valentine’s Day? The Mandarin Oriental is luring love birds with a special V-Day package that features more than Champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries (though you *can* expect a special Dom Pérignon vintage in-room with your sweets). Bunk down in one of the 73 rooms and suites with sweeping views over the city, then tuck into a six-course Valentine’s menu at the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant Mark’s. (Don’t fill up on bubbly and berries beforehand.) Last but not least: you’ll get a white Topaz or a Cairngorm Tabou ring by Pomellato. And rose petal turn-down service. The package is available from February 1-28, 2013 and starts at 3,731 euros.

Located on a quiet street in the Bavarian capital’s atmospheric old town, the Mandarin Oriental Munich is an elegant destination with top-rated F&B outlets, a rooftop pool, and a fitness center with Turkish steam bath and Finnish sauna. For more information, visit

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