Red-Hot Hotel Deals in DC

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If you’re looking to break out of your daily routine of familiar faces and places with a weekend getaway for Valentine’s Day, many hotels around Washington, DC are offering special rates for romantic retreats throughout the month of February. We’ve outlined a few of the red-hot hotel deals below:

  • Hotel Helix’s “Dazzle the Heart” deal gets better the longer you decide to stay in their retro-style hotel situated nearby the U Street Corridor.  For the month of February, Hotel Helix is offering 10% off the room for one night, 15% off for two nights, and 20% off for three nights along with complimentary chocolate and champagne!  Bonus: Hotel Helix is pet-friendly!
  • Willard InterContinental’s “Cupid Escape” deal has all the amenities for a romantic one-night rendezvous for two.  This luxurious package includes champagne and chocolate-dipped strawberries, rose petal turndown service, and a $50 food and beverage voucher for use at any of the hotel’s drink or dining venues.  The perks don’t end there – Willard will provide free valet parking and in-room breakfast for two!
  • Embassy Row Hotel’s “Pop Your Cork” deal is a two-night stay for lovebirds that enjoy having things their way.  Whether its wine and a show at the Kennedy Center, or champagne and ice skating, couples will get to choose six selections out of a list of romantic amenities to celebrate their weekend together!  Accommodations will also include continental breakfast and two nights of complimentary valet parking.
  • Fairmont-Washington D.C’s “Couple’s Fitness Retreat” is a change-of-pace package that includes a three-night stay in a luxury suite with breakfast, lunch and dinner provided daily, and a private cooking class. And to keep you in tune with your New Year’s resolution to tone-up, Fairmont will provide a personal training session for two, yoga and cross-fit sessions, and unlimited access to the Balance Gym nearby.

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