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In Colorado, Love Is in the Air … … and on the Slopes, in the Spa – and Even in the Mail!

January 16, 2009

DENVER, Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ — This Valentine’s Day, lovebirds can flock
to Colorado to ski underneath the stars, soak in a natural hot springs pool,
enjoy a pampering couples massage, and more with special travel packages
starting at just $159/night. Below is a sampling of Colorado romance travel
packages, free programs and activities. For additional ideas on spending a
romantic getaway in Colorado, visit http://www.COLORADO.com.

— From Loveland, with … Love! Loveland, Colorado has the largest free
valentine re-mailing program in the world. To have valentines re-mailed with
Loveland postmark, enclose your pre-stamped, pre-addressed envelopes no later
than February 9, to: Postmaster, Valentine Re-mailing, 446 East 29th Street,
Loveland, CO 80538. http://www.withlovefromloveland.com

— Mind Your ‘Manor.’ In February, Elkwood Manor Bed and Breakfast in
Pagosa Springs offers a Love and Romance package starting at $207/night,
including suite accommodations, two passes to the Hot Springs pool, a dozen
roses, chocolate-dipped fruit basket, a bottle of champagne, and more.
http://www.elkwoodmanor.com

— A Sweetheart of a Deal in Keystone. The Inn at Keystone is offering a
Romantic Adventure package, featuring slope-side accommodations, free night
skiing, ice skating, and yoga classes from $159/night. The deal also includes
a 15 percent off coupon for Keystone Jewelers, in case your sweetie craves
more than black diamonds. Valid February 14. http://www.keystoneresort.com

— Get Married, Ski Free in Loveland. Where else to tie the knot than at
12,000 feet above sea level in Loveland, Colorado? The area’s annual
Valentine’s Day celebration, “Marry Me and Ski Free,” includes a mountaintop
wedding for couples getting married or renewing their vows. After the
ceremony, everyone can ski or snowboard down the mountain to a
entertainment-filled reception. http://www.skiloveland.com

— Palisade Wine and Dine. A special Romance package starting at
$155/night is available at the Wine Country Inn in Palisade. The inn is
tucked in to a 21-acre vineyard, within a short walk of two wineries. Enjoy a
standard room, a bottle of private label wine or champagne, two wine glasses,
roses, Chocolate Covered Cheesecake “Luv Bites” and a late check out.
http://www.coloradowinecountryinn.com

— One Good Rub Deserves Another. In Durango at the historic General
Palmer Hotel, enjoy rates starting at $129/night, including a 30-minute
massage. Upgrade to a 60-minute massage for $154.
http://www.generalpalmer.com

— Cupid Does Denver. In Denver, the Cupid’s Cuddle package ($290
including tax/gratuity) at The Brown Palace hotel is filled with everything
needed for a romantic celebration, delivered right to the guests’ room.
Includes one-night deluxe accommodations, “Make Your Own Cocktail Mix,”
appetizers, floral arrangement and complimentary valet parking.
http://www.denver.org http://www.brownpalace.com

— Hotel Love Stories. Historian Debra Faulkner will lead complimentary,
open to the public “Affairs of the Heart” historic tours of the 116-year-old
Brown Palace hotel highlighting the romantic rendezvous’ that have occurred
throughout the years. http://www.brownpalace.com

— 20 Percent Savings, 100 Percent Love. Steamboat Springs offers a
Champagne Powder package, featuring 20 percent off lodging, lifts and rentals
when booking four nights lodging and three days of lift tickets. Lovebirds
also receive a bottle of bubbly. Valid through April 14.
http://www.steamboat.com

— Pamper Thy Self. The Inn at Aspen in Aspen is offering a two-night Spa
Indulgence package for couples starting at $452 per person, including taxes.
The package includes deluxe accommodations, a $50 spa credit, spa amenity,
daily breakfast, and a 4 p.m. late checkout. http://www.innataspen.com

Contact: Roland Alonzi / 6464-442-6765, ralonzi@mmgmardiks.com

               Caitlin Sullivan / 970-372-6571, csullivan@mmgmardiks.com

SOURCE Colorado Tourism Office


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