This Valentine’s Day, and throughout February, visit Personality Hotels for a quirky good time. It’s not too late to book a room at one of three signature San Francisco boutique hotels: Hotel Diva, Kensington Park and Hotel Union Square. To help you bring in the romance, you can choose from two affordable packages: Cheap Date and Vavavoom!
Quirky Valentine’s Day Packages & Loads of Fun From Personality Hotels
Before I get into my review of the hotel, I want to tell you about the fun packages you have to choose from, to help celebrate your love.
Cheap Date Package:
- Bottle of Andre Champagne (a slightly sweet and people- pleasing bubbly)
- Bear-shaped Bottle of Honey (let your imagination run wild)
- Box of Conversation Hearts
- Jack-in-the-Box Coupons (for that romantic dinner)
- A little Romance Kit (includes all the necessities like toilettes, condoms and more)
- 2 Blank Valentine’s Day Cards (so you don’t have to run to Walgreens last minute)
Prices start at $189 a night. Valid January 22-February 28, 2013.
- Intimacy Kit to unleash the lover in us all
- Bottle of Le Grand Courtâge Sparkling Wine (translated this means the Great Courtship)
- Heart shaped box full of Ghirardelli chocolate
- Late Check-out (who wants to leave early?)
- 2 Blank Valentine’s Day Cards (to leave sweet messages for each other)
Prices start at $214 a night. Valid January 22-February 28, 2013.
This past weekend I stayed at the Hotel Union Square with my family. Let me just say that I was blown away. The real test? The kids were blown away! When I told the kids we were going to meet up with daddy at a hotel this weekend, they were a little disappointed. After getting online and showing the kids pictures of the awesome kids’ suite we would be staying in, they were over the moon. The pictures don’t even do this suite justice because it has so much to offer.
In one half of the kids’ suite is a king bed with a very comfy modern feel. Included is a safe, refrigerator and plenty of snacks available for purchase. I wasn’t sure of what to expect in regard to the layout of this room. So let me try to describe it.
The kids’ room is attached to the room with the king bed. It is actually quite open and just divided by a room divider full of books. It doesn’t lend itself to a lot of privacy, if that’s what you are going for. However, this WAS NOT a problem for us. Having a family of six, we actually got an adjoining room to the suite, with an additional queen bed. We put two kids in the king bed, two in the kids’ room in the colorfully fun twin bed and hide-a-bed, and the hubs and I took the extra room with the queen bed. Worked out perfectly!
The kids’ suite offers much more than sleep for the kids. With downtime, the kids were able to play Wii, games on the computer, read, build with blocks, and the little girl loved the Hello Kitty stationary she got to play with. Kids were in heaven!
I can’t forget to mention the amazing view from our hotel room. We had a corner room of the Hotel Union Square, which overlooked the cable cars! We were right on Powell, where the cable cars start and finish. I haven’t stayed at any of the other Personality Hotels, but the location of this was was superb. I had a giant Macy’s across the street, H&M next door, Disney store around the corner, and of course, the cable cars!
Located right in Union Square, we were so close to some great shopping and yummy food. We were able to walk to an Indian restaurant not too far away, and come back to the hotel to r-elax and play some games. When we got back to our room after dinner, we were greeted with the Cheap Date Package…….
One thing you should know is that with as with most hotels in San Francisco, parking is not included. Hotel Union Square offers valet parking, but the lot they use is quite expensive. My husband did a little searching before we left and found a lot a couple of blocks away at about half the price. Then with the cable cars being so close, you can get anywhere you need to! Worked out great. The kids are already asking when we can go back to that awesome kids’ suite!
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I was provided with free accommodations to facilitate my review and post. All opinions expressed are my own.