Luxe Hotels has kicked off a Facebook contest in coordination with the launch of their new signature 360° package, a wraparound luxury service that includes a personal town car pick up and drop off service at a Los Angeles airport. Mmm... that sounds kinda good, right?
Here are the details about the contest. The contest will award the winning couples a chance to experience the Luxe Hotels 360° package, by offering a complimentary stay for two at any of the three Luxe Hotels in California—the Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel in Beverly Hills, the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel in Bel Air, and the Luxe City Center Hotel in Downtown, Los Angeles.
To vie for the Let Us Sweep You Off Your Feet contest, Luxe Hotel Facebook fans will need to post a descriptor of what they love about LA—in 360 characters or less, on the Luxe Hotels Facebook page, starting on February 7. Each month, for the duration of the contest, one lucky couple will be awarded the prize, selected from the most compelling posts uploaded on www.facebook.com/LuxeSunsetHotel. The choice, as to which Luxe Hotel to be swept off their feet at, will be theirs.
“With the Luxe Hotels 360° package, you actually get 360 degrees of service, meaning personal attention and the signature style of service that defines the Luxe Hotels brand,” said CEO Efrem Harkham. “Those who have ever waited on the long taxi or rental car lines so typical at LAX and the Burbank airport, will be especially pleased with the personal town car service.”
In addition to airport pick up and drop off, this package includes the use of an iPad2 for the duration of the stay, a luxurious upgraded room, a complimentary bottle of Shiraz wine, daily American breakfast and complimentary Wi-Fi. Now that's traveling in style!
In case you don't want to leave things to chance, the package, is now available for booking at all three hotels, runs at a nightly rate of $360, requires a two night minimum stay and is discounted to $265 every night, thereafter.
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