Hotels in the U.S. and Canada: unusual tours

Hotels in the U.S. and Canada: unusual tours
Hotels in the U.S. and Canada: unusual tours

Not all the hotels in the U.S. and Canada prefer to stay within the standard marketing schemes and offer its guests usual packages for honeymooners, discounts for group bookings or a free car hire in the low season. The Canadian edition the Vancouver Sun published on its pages the most unusual hotel offers that can make people mediate and even rush to the online reservation. Below we present some of the popular tours for today.


On St.Valentine's Day one of Vancouver's hotels has prepared an unusual room - Anti-Valentine. The room is designed for single ladies who have recently suffered a breakup with their lovers. For the broken female hearts hotel offers a special tour, which includes a voodoo doll, unlimited selection of movies, breakfast for two persons, black roses and other stuff. Such unusual decision for attracting people was invented by Sutton Place Hotel. The cost of one room per night for a special offer will be 219 dollars. Offer is valid from 10 till 14 of February.

Golf in the Valley of Death

One of the hotels in California - Furnace Creek Resort - offers to try one’s hand in golf on the lowest golf course in the world. It is located in the National Park “The Valley of Death”, 65 feet below the sea level. Offer is valid until February 28, 2011. The field is designed for 18 holes.

Baking cookies

Fairmont Empress Hotel in Vancouver offers an exclusive option for family holidays. The unique tour is designed for children under 16. One and a half hour of learning the art of baking cookies in one of the best restaurants in Canada. Courses on baking result in receiving certificate, a special cooking hood, as well as the opportunity to observe the process of cooking as it is. Children can try themselves as chefs every fourth Sunday of the month. Offer is valid until June 2011.

Date: 16/01/2011

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