$885 for royal treatment St. John’s

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Posted October 27, 2012 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

vicky vacay deal of the weekendWeekend Travel Deal for October 27-28, 2012

Ryan Mansion Boutique Hotel & Spa in St. John’s, Newfoundland is offering a Royal Treatment package.

Ryan Mansion invites you to relive the official 2009 Royal Visit of HRH Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall with this package.

Upon arrival, your personal butler will take you to the same room that was home for the Royal Couple during their stay. The Royal Suite features luxurious furnishings and beautiful artwork imported from around the world. Enjoy a custom in-room couples massage and a soothing bath.

Centred in historic downtown St. John’s, Ryan Mansion is directly across from beautiful Bannerman Park and within a short stroll to the Basilica of St. John the Baptist and The Rooms. This package begins at $885 per person (based on double occupancy).

Vacay.ca Recommends St. John’s for a Warm Welcome

When Candace Walsh visited St. John’s, it was shall we say … a little chilly.

Walsh: “This feels like an appropriate article to write as the city is currently receiving 25 centimetres of snow mayhem. It would be better if I could hear my thoughts over the incessant beeping of ploughs and neighbours amiably yelling at one another as they shovel, but there we have it. St. John’s. I don’t like being cold, and I don’t like winter much, but sometimes I do need to leave the house. Here are my favourite places to warm up in St. John’s — other than on my couch in front of the fireplace.”

Now don’t get us wrong, The Ryan Mansion will keep you cozy during your stay in Newfoundland and Labrador, but if you’re looking for other great ideas for warming up in St. John’s then you must read Walsh’s article.

To Book with Ryan Mansion Boutique Hotel & Spa: Click here, or call (709) 753-7926. They can also be emailed at info@ryanmansion.com.


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