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President's Day with Ritz-Carlton Hotels

PHOTO: Lafayette Square in front of The White House during D.C.'s most recent snowstorm (c) Sery Kim

If you are looking for a reason to travel beyond the flurry of lovers focused options to mark Valentine's Day, 24 hours later you can celebrate patriotism, leadership and America with President's Day.

While initially the third Monday in February was marked a federal holiday to celebrate George Washington (our first president for those non-history buffs) now the day is marked to celebrate all presidents. For those who live in Washington, D.C. it’s a day-off meaning little-to-no traffic so why use this federal holiday to enjoy a soothing staycation with the two Ritz-Carlton Hotels. Guests booking the Presidential Appeal packages will get everything from Presidential Suite accommodations to private ‘motorcade’ service, to multi-course dinners including favorite dishes of presidential icons like President John F. Kennedy.

Also, for those who want to hit the proverbial road, five other Ritz-Carlton Hotels are offering specials. So whether it’s a long weekend in Boston or extended beach trip to Aruba, guests will feel nothing less than VIP.

PHOTO: Ritz-Carlton Washington courtesy of Ritz-Carlton Washington

The Ritz-Carlton, Washington

$15,000 for a two-night stay (tax not included)

In the heart of the Nation’s Capital, within a quick drive over the Potomac River to The White House, the package includes an assortment of the hotel’s Presidential Cookies and Presidential Cookie Recipe book, Private Cocktail tasting guarded by “secret service,” behind closed curtains, exclusive tour of the President’s Neighborhood led by one of the White House Historical Association’s curators (an experience not available to the public), and more.

PHOTO: Ritz-Carlton Georgetown courtesy of Ritz-Carlton Georgetown

The Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown

$15,000 for a two-night stay (tax not included)

A 15 minute walk from The White House, channel your Frank Underwood ambitions (when is House of Cards Season Four coming out!?!) the package includes JFK’s favorite snacks and Octagon wine, John F. Kennedy inspired five-course in-suite dining experience, The White House: Its Historic Furnishings & First Families book featuring never-before-published photography of the White House rooms, and more.

PHOTO: Ritz-Carlton Boston courtesy of Ritz-Carlton Boston

The Ritz-Carlton, Boston

$15,000 for a two-night stay (tax not included)

Home to one of the most beloved presidents of all time, John F. Kennedy, Jr., the package includes: a $1,000 shopping spree through the designer boutiques on Newbury Street, inspired by Jacqueline Onassis’ favorite boutiques, a private tour of Fenway Park, access to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate, copy of John F Kennedy’s Pulitzer-Prize winning Profiles in Courage, 24 Karat Gold Signature Facial, and more.

PHOTO: Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale courtesy of Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale

The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale

$15,000 for a three-night stay (tax not included)

While no president has ever called Florida its home, this critical presidential primary state is a frequent retreat once elected. This package includes: a private tour of the Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum, four-course Stone Crab inspired in suite dinner, two round of golf at the Jacardanda Golf Course, three hour Intracoastal yacht tour highlighting past presidential homes, and more.

PHOTO: Ritz-Carlton South Beach courtesy of Ritz-Carlton South Beach

The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach

$13,350 for a three-night stay (tax not included)

The city where the fictional presidential campaign of Bill Clinton (the terrific movie Primary Colors) won the Democratic primary, this package includes: a 5-course Chef tasting dinner under the stars on the pool deck, an after hours couples massage at the Spa, an after hours fine jewelry consultation at the Duchamp Jewelry store, a luxury experience at Set Nightclub, and more.

PHOTO: Ritz-Carlton Miami courtesy of Ritz-Carlton Miami

The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami

$21,000 for a two-night stay (tax not included)

Miami. Famous for the importance of the Miami-Dade recount during the pivotal 2000 presidential campaign. This package includes an in-suite unlimited stone crab dinner for two, helicopter tour of Miami, Tequest Ritual Spa Treatment, a $1000 shopping voucher for The Miami Design District, and more.

PHOTO: Ritz-Carlton Sarasota courtesy of Ritz-Carlton Sarasota

The Ritz-Carlton, Sarasota

$15,000 for a three-night stay (tax not included)

Home to the Ringling Brothers Circus, this city south of Tampa is always a critical stop during the Florida primary. This package includes: Presidential Suite accommodations, two signature spa treatments, a paddle boarding experience with optional yoga, a private poolside cabana with VIP food & beverage package and more.

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