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Hotels Celebrate International Women's Day
But it's not too late to celebrate. These worldwide hotels will honor great women with a series of special promotions and perks.
Dorchester Collection Principie di Savoia
This luxury hotel will celebrate International Women's Day with a "Women in Wine Road Trip" event at the hotel. Here, the sommelier will compare vintage and recent wines with two wine selections from American, French and Italian wines while inspiring lively discussions on hot topics, trends and being a woman in an industry dominated by men. Female guests staying at the sommeliers' hotels during this time will also receive a 10 percent discount on select spa treatments and a complimentary glass of champagne during lunch.
Sorrel River Ranch Resort & Spa
This Utah ranch will host a reception today inviting in-house female guests along with women leaders from the local community to celebrate International Women's Day. Selections of regional wines and local beers will be served, including Sorrel River Ranch's own Nano Brewery Beers. Signature garden-inspired tapas from Chef Richard Potts will also be served at the event, along with a selection of local Utah Cheeses and Honey. The hotel is also offering a 25 percent discount to anyone who books spa treatments for women on March 8.
This posh London hotel is celebrating their female guests staying in their Duchess Rooms with special amenities, including complimentary fruit and chocolates, fresh flowers and a personal welcome card from Debrah Dhugga, General Manager. The hotel's Duchess Rooms are specifically designed to pamper solo female travelers with amenities that include a female staff member to escort guests to their rooms and handle all room service requests, a makeup mirror and hair accessories, a pair of cozy slippers, a choice of glossy lifestyle magazines and a quiet corner table in Thirty-Six by Nigel Mendham, should the guest wish to dine alone.
Hyatt Regency Atlanta
This Hyatt is celebrating International Women's Day by celebrating female guests and employees. Female guests checking in on March 8 will receive a special gift upon arrival along with information on fighting domestic violence and supporting youth education in women and girls. At the same time, Hyatt Regency Atlanta will honor the hard work and contributions of their 300 female employees with corsages and a special "thank you" reception and information session highlighting Atlanta-area charities that support women and families.
Hyatt is also known for recently conducting special research on the needs and preferences of the woman traveler.
What do you think, readers? Will you be making a special trip out for any of these events?
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