BOSTON – January 14, 2014 – Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday this year, making a romantic weekend getaway the perfect gift for the love in your life. Whether you’re looking for a low-key weekend in the country or an action-packed weekend in the city, Massachusetts offers sentimental picks that are sure to impress.

Greater Boston

Revere Hotel – The Screaming Orgasm Package: Guests looking to take things to the next level can experiment with The Screaming Orgasm package, which includes overnight accommodations and a private mixology lesson where couples will shake up X-Rated cocktails with local scribe, Kirsten “Kitty” Amann, author of “The Screaming Orgasm: 69 X-rated cocktails.” Rates starting at $319.

 The Fairmont  Copley Plaza, Boston – Champagne Dreams Package: With shimmering chandeliers, a gilded lobby, sumptuous guestroom décor and a stunning location on Copley Square, few hotels can set a mood for romance better than the Fairmont Copley Plaza. Make your own magic with the Fairmont Copley Plaza’s Champagne Dreams Package, which includes accommodations in a newly renovated guestroom and a chilled bottle of champagne. This package is offered year round, based upon availability, and rates start at $279 per night.

 The Langham, Boston – Bed, Brunch, and Beyond: How much extravagance can you squeeze into one weekend? At The Langham, Boston, quite a bit. Voted “Best Brunch in Boston,” the City Brunch buffet is the perfect end to your luxurious escape, offering an assortment of brunch stations from omelets to seafood, a Bloody Mary and Mimosa bar, live jazz and more. The package includes overnight accommodation and brunch for two; contact for availability and rates.

 Boston Harbor Hotel – Romance Getaway Package: Focus on romance with a package that includes champagne and chocolate covered strawberries delivered to your room, luxurious accommodations and a Full American Breakfast for two. Contact hotel for availability and rates.

North of Boston

Emerson Inn by the Sea (Rockport) – Romance Package: Nestled away on Massachusetts’ North Shore, the Emerson Inn by the Sea’s romance package includes two nights accommodation with breakfast for two each morning, chocolate covered strawberries with sparkling wine upon arrival, and a $50.00 Dinner Certificate for either Grand Cafe or Grand Parlor. Contact the Inn for availability and rates.

Cape Cod and the Islands

Chatham Bars Inn (Chatham) – Getaway Package: The Chatham Bars Inn (CBI) has been known for its ts excellent service, fine cuisine and beautiful surroundings since 1914. Its Getaway Package is ideal for romance and includes two nights accommodation, welcome wine and cheese, and breakfast for two each morning. Contact the Inn for availability and rates.

Western Massachusetts

The Lord Jeffery Inn (Amherst): What could be better than a weekend in the country? A weekend in the country accompanied by a relaxing spa treatment and an amazing dinner! The Lord Jeffery Inn’s on-site restaurant 30Boltwood, offers farm-to-table cuisine and its patio features an outdoor fireplace that allows for some QT with the outdoors (even in February). Right around the corner from the inn, you’ll find Elements Hot Tub Spa where you can relax in a private hot tub room with your sweetie and get a couples massage. Contact for availability and rates.

 Cranwell Resort (Lenox) – Romance Package: Cranwell’s majestic setting is ideal for a peaceful and romantic escape to the country. The resort’s Romance Package includes one-night Classic Resort accommodations, a gift basket that will inspire romance (complete with chocolates), a $50 dining credit at any Cranwell restaurant, a complimentary bottle of Cranwell’s Private Reserve red or white wine with dinner, and full use of the Spa at Cranwell. Rates start at $150 per person.

About MOTT:

The Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism (MOTT) is the state agency dedicated to promoting Massachusetts as a leisure-travel destination. An integral part of the state’s economy, tourism generates close to $1 billion in state and local taxes and $16.9 billion in travel related expenditures, supporting 124,700 in-state jobs.


For more information, contact:

Lisa Simmons, Director of Communications

Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism


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Molly Kravitz, Public Relations Manager

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