Mandarin Oriental San Francisco Makes Every Day Valentine’s Day

San Francisco, CA – The city of love, the city of romance, San Francisco is one of the most spectacular of the world’s great cities, especially when viewed from the heights of your accommodations at Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco. With panoramas of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay and the sparkling lights of the city at night, the setting provides a wonderful mood for celebrating your special occasion.

Love is in the Air

To celebrate romance, award-winning Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco has created the “Love is in the Air” offer. With prices starting at USD 415 plus tax and gratuity, “Love is in the Air” is available not only the entire month of February but throughout 2010. According to a press release received by Elite Traveler, this offer includes a half bottle of Veuve Cliquot Yellow Label Champagne, a half dozen chocolate covered strawberries, rose petals adorning the bed at evening turndown and a room upgrade to the next category at the time of booking (based on availability and not applicable to suites).

Valentine’s Day Dinner

At Silks, the hotel’s signature restaurant, a special Valentine’s Day menu prepared by executive chef Rick Bartram will be offered on two nights, Saturday, February 13 and Sunday, February 14, 2010. The six-course prix fixe menu features such items as tandoori Sonoma quail with cucumber spaghetti, mint raita, toasted pine nuts; celeriac veloute; sweet butter poached maine lobster; slow roasted rib-eye with pan-fried foie gras, chanterelles, glazed baby carrots, potato confit; California cheese plate; raspberry mille feuille with Champagne sorbet. The price is USD 125 per person or USD 195 per person with sommelier selected wine pairings with each course.

The hotel has previously been featured in Elite Traveler’s 101 Top Suites and Top Suites of San Francisco.