Travel Inspired by Your Favorite Presidential Candidate
With the first presidential debate happening tonight and the election coming down to the wire, now is as good a time as ever to plan a getaway inspired by your favorite candidate. Luckily, luxury hotels are making it possible with these presidential packages.
At the Brazilian Court Hotel & Beach Club in Palm Beach, FL, the “Presidential Pampering” package includes everything from “motorcade” transportation and a copy of Mitt Romney’s No Apology or Barack Obama’s Audacity of Hope, to patriotic chocolate-dipped strawberries and facials at the Frederic Fekkai Salon & Spa for a camera-ready glow. Starting at $2,159/night, book now through November 30.
The Loews Annapolis Hotel in Annapolis, MD, offers a “Commander in Sleep” package featuring the luxury of a late checkout, daily breakfast in The Commodore Lounge or $25 in-room dining credit and a choice of the United States Naval Academy Walking Tour or Annapolis Walking Tour. Starting at $175/night, book now through January 22. Use code PKGCIS to book online and get the indulgent opportunity to sip a nightcap, sleep in late and explore national history, all while still monitoring election coverage.
Finally, at the Roosevelt Hotel NYC in Manhattan, the partisan divide is embraced with the “Presidential Preferences” package. The package is tailored to the guest’s political opinions with amenities specific to Republican and Democratic voters. For Republicans, accommodations are located in right-wing of hotel, with FOX news available in your room, The Washington Post delivered daily and a cache of Romney’s favorite snacks: pretzels and peanut M&Ms. For Democrats, accommodations are located in the left-wing, CNN available in room, the New York Times delivered daily and Obama’s favorite snack: Trail Mix. This package is available now through Election Day on November 6. After that, the package for the winning party will be available until January 31, 2013.
Meanwhile, find out how you can travel like your favorite candidate with our City vs. City photo guide of Obama and Romney’s favorite destinations.