(San Francisco, CA)—- Pan Pacific San Francisco has just introduced a new line of hot Valentine`s Day packages which are available for the weekend of February 14-17, 2003.
For those who want to make a big impact and play Gary Cooper and Audrey Hepburn for the weekend, Pan Pacific San Francisco premieres the “Love in the Afternoon” package which includes accommodations for one night in the hotel`s Penthouse Suite along with a private, candlelit five course dinner, complemented by paired wines and three strolling musicians, served in the suite`s private dining room; two dozen red roses; a heart shaped chocolate cake prepared by the hotel`s renowned Pastry Chef Otto Eckstein; and a bottle of premium Champagne. The price of this package is $3,500.
The hotel also offers two additional packages which are more affordably priced but will still help create the romantic splendor of this lover`s holiday. Guests may opt for the “Suite Valentine`s Package” which is priced at $525 and includes accommodations for one night in a Junior Suite along with a heart shaped chocolate cake; Champagne; a dozen red roses; a red Baccarat crystal heart momento; and bath drawn with rose petals. The hotel also offers the standard “Valentine`s Package” which is priced at $250 and includes a deluxe room for one night, Champagne and heart shaped chocolate cake.
Pan Pacific San Francisco is conveniently located on Post Street, only one block from the city`s shopping mecca Union Square and within walking distance to the cable cars, Chinatown and theater district. The hotel`s signature services and amenities include 24-hour personal valet service; complimentary luxury car service; fitness center; 24-hour in-room dining; fine-dining in PACIFIC; luxury locker service; pillow preference program; laundry/valet service; and complimentary shoe shine.
To make reservations or for more information about Pan Pacific San Francisco`s Valentine`s Day Packages, please call (415) 771-8600 or (800) 533-6465 or log on to www.panpacific.com. These special rates are based on availability.