This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Hiltons of Branson. All opinions are 100% mine.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner. In fact, it's only three weeks away. While my hubby and I have been married far too long to make a huge deal out of the "Day of Romance" (17-1/2 years), it's still nice to think about a dream get-away. Something special just the two of us could do sans children. After all, I think it's extremely important for lasting marital bliss that you should continually date your spouse. That's right - date your spouse!
Remember the romance and fun of your early relationship? How you looked forward to the calls, the notes, the looks, the fun of just spending time together? As I said, we've been married now for close to 18 years and I have to say that the cliche of "I love him more now than before" rings very true.
That's why I think a getaway to the Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing or the Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel would be absolutely lovely. Both are currently offering a "Romance Package" that is available throughout the entire month of February. Included are:
- early check-in and pre-registration
- in-room sparking wine (if permitted by law) or cider [YUM!!!] upon arrival
- access to the hotel's health club, pool, and whirlpool spa [yeah!!!]
- full American breakfast for two in your room [I love this feature!!!] (If this isn't available at the place you choose to stay, there are other options.)
- if staying more than one night you can receive a free entree when you buy one at equal or lesser value
- late check-out
The Level 2 Steakhouse located at the Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel is offering a yummy Valentine's Day Duet meal. The "HAWAIIAN AHI TUNA TARTAR: Caramelized Pineapple Puree and Sesame Sweet Potato Crostini" sounds interesting and isn't something I've tried before. I love pineapple though so this appetizer appears tempting.
While I've never been to Branson (or further west than New York actually) this is a very attractive vacation idea. The thought of spending a nice long weekend in a luxurious hotel with just my hubby would be extravagant but so worthwhile.