The Hay-Adams hotel in Washington, D.C. has introduced the Privacy Please Package, created to inspire couples to commence their new year rejuvenated. Designed to make it easy to disconnect and decompress, guests will find a bottle of chilled Taittinger Champagne available to enjoy at their leisure, perhaps after the one-hour in-room massage for two, which is also included. Guests can get rid of the stresses of the day-to-day wearing the keepsake plush microfiber robes; there are also luxurious Etro toiletries, a candle and slippers that may turn bath time into a Zen experience. Tip: Staff will draw one’s bath upon request.
If guests feel like napping, they can recline on goose-down pillows with custom Italian bed linens, including personally monogrammed pillowcases, which can be packed and brought home as a memento, along with the Privacy Please sign. At day’s end, hot chocolate is part of the nightly turn-down ritual intended to help guests sleep.
Guests will wake up each morning of this two-night stay package to a full American breakfast for two. Couples can dine in the privacy of their suite or in the sun-lit Lafayette Room, with windows looking out over Lafayette Square and the White House.
Additionally, those who reserve the package for a one-bedroom Lafayette Park View Suite will receive caviar for two with their champagne, as well as a three-course dinner for two one evening, personally curated from the Lafayette Menu by executive chef Nicolas Legret. Dinner is served in the separate living/dining room of the suite.
The Privacy Please Package, is available from January 2 to February 28, 2019 with rates from $995 per night for a Junior Suite for two adults, or $2,000 per night for a one-bedroom Lafayette Park View Suite based upon a two-night minimum stay.
This package must be reserved at least 72 hours in advance. A credit card is required at the time of booking with a 72-hour cancellation policy.