Operation Romance at Kimpton Hotels

Returning members of the U.S. military are invited to relax with their significant others in the Pacific Northwest By: Marty Wentzel
Portland's Hotel Monaco // (c) 2010 Kimpton Hotels
Portland's Hotel Monaco // (c) 2010 Kimpton Hotels

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For returning members of the U.S. military, Kimpton Hotels has come up with Operation Romance, a new package that invites military personnel to relax, rekindle and romance their significant others in the Pacific Northwest.

Starting at $99 per night, the promotion comes with a one-night stay in a luxury room, a bottle of wine and a $20 gift certificate to any of the adjoining Kimpton restaurants.

"This is our salute to the returning troops," said Tom Waithe, Kimpton's director of operations in the Pacific Northwest. Military personnel and their families make so many sacrifices to keep us safe, and this is just a small way for Kimpton to say thank you and show our appreciation.

To help guests relax and round out their stay, Kimpton hotels also offer a number of other additional amenities, including a hosted nightly wine hour, complimentary plush robes for lounging in the room and the ability to book in-room spa services.

In Portland, participating properties include the Hotel Monaco and Vintage Plaza. Kimpton is offering a similar promotion in its Seattle hotels: the Alexis Hotel, Vintage Park and Hotel Monaco.

Open to all U.S. and Canadian military personnel, active and retired, the package can be booked for a Friday or Saturday night.

The Operation Romance package is available through February 2011.

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