What to Do for Valentine’s Day at The Brown Palace Hotel & Spa

roses-roses-29610910-1920-1200Figuring out how to surprise your sweetie with a memorable Valentine’s Day can be challenging! Here at The Brown Palace Hotel & Spa, make it easy to pamper both you and your partner this year for Valentine’s Day. Follow this short guide to making this February 14 a Valentine’s Day to remember.

The Spa at The Brown Palace.  With our wide variety of signature spa treatments, you and your honey will just melt into relaxation. This year we are offering a special “Chocolate Couples Retreat” spa package. You and your partner will enjoy a chocolate scented 50 minute Swedish couples massage and a 25 minute Relaxing Plunge for two served with chocolate covered strawberries and a bottle of champagne.

Dinner at Palace ArmsConsidered as the crown jewel of The Brown Palace, our Palace Arms restaurant offers contemporary fine dining at its best. You can sit back and enjoy the selections from the chef’s eight course tasting menu and perfectly selected wine pairings from our in-house sommelier.

Flowers. Stop by The Brown Palace Flower Shop and choose from a variety of elegant and fresh floral arrangements for your special someone. Flowers are one the easiest ways to the heart and our arrangements would leave anyone feeling special.

Affairs of the Heart Tour. Join historian, Debra Faulkner, on a historical tour featuring the romantic rendezvous that have taken place at The Brown over the years including President Ike and Mamie Eisenhower and the affairs of Isabelle “Sassy” Springer.

We look forward to having you and your partner make this Valentine’s Day in Denver one to forever remember.

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