WASHINGTON, January 14, 2011 –I f this Valentine’s Day, or any day thereabouts, is the day you will be asking the BIG question, you can create an experience to tell the grandkids about at the Beverly Hills Then Peninsula Hotel’s Red Carpet Experience.
Wrap those four little words “Will you marry me” into a cocoon of Hollywood glitz and glam as you dash to Beverly Hills to create a truly remarkable background for one of life’s most important moments.
The Peninsula Academy is an amenity for guests that allows them to experience that not available to the mere mortals amongst us from staring in your own Hollywood Movie, working with a known television producer and film crew, create a family vacation video to remember or learn to surf with Rod Samper, surfer to the stars and who taught Tom Cruise, Cindy Crawford, Harrison Ford and their families to hang ten on the big wave.
The Red Carpet Experience allows you to show her that she is the leading lady in your life as you get ready in red carpet style for a photo sooth with award-winning photographer Ryan Forbes.
With the hotel as a backdrop, Forbes will photograph guests after they have enjoyed the full “en-suite” process including time spent with a professional hair and makeup stylist that will give you that red-carpet shine.
Before stepping out to the magic of Hollywood, female guests will adorn their gowns with pieces from the hotel’s exclusive Henri J. Sillam jewelry boutique giving them that bit of extra razzle-dazzle.
Dressed and bedazzled, Ryan Forbes will work with the couple to capture exclusive photos as they step out of the hotel’s Roll’s Royce, before a classic “step-and-repeat” banner or on the hotel’s dramatic roof top where guests can arrange for a private dinner to be served in one of the hotel’s cabanas following their star treatment.
The cost of the Red Carpet Experience ($950 for two guests who will receive two 8x10 photographs) is in addition to the cost of hotel accommodations and/or dinner or cost of a private evening cabana.
And while the lady may be disappointed by having to remove the jewels on loan from the boutique, hopefully her joy in the bauble she gets to wear for life will soften the blow.
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