Wednesday, December 27, 2006

One Suite Deal at Vancouver Island's Aerie Resort

If you're in need of a holiday after the holiday, Vancouver Island's Aerie Resort is offering One Suite Deal now through Feb. 7, 2007. Savings are up to 30 percent.

The package includes overnight accommodation in a romantic master suite with fireplace, dinner for two and full breakfast for CDN $175.00 (USD $ 151.00) per person. It's
 available Sunday-Thursday, with discounted weekend rates also available. 

The Aerie was recently named one of the top hotels in the world by the readers of Travel & Leisure Magazine.

The Aerie is located in the lofty mountains of Vancouver Island and has spectacular mountain and water views. The Mediterranean style resort has a fully equipped fitness room and The Aerie Wellness Centre features a full selection of spa treatments.

Executive Chef Christophe Letard prepares French cuisine at The Aerie with a Pacific Northwest edge. Fresh produce from the nearby Cowichan Valley is a key element in all his menu items.
The Aerie is a 35-room hotel, located 30 minutes north of Victoria, BC on Vancouver Island. It is a member of the Relais & Chateaux collection of inns & hotels. For reservations, go to The Aerie's website
or call 800.518.1933.

(NOTE: The Aerie Resort is now closed)


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