The Mark Hotel celebrates Valentine's Day in style


The New York hotel has unveiled luxurious initiatives to help you woo your loved one

January 24, 2020: Located in New York’s Upper East Side at the corner of Madison Avenue and 77th Street, The Mark combines avant-garde design with latest technology and old-world comfort. 

The Mark Hotel New York Valentine's Day

Drawing on the expertise of an extraordinary group of talents that includes legendary French designer Jacques Grange, Michelin-star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, beauty entrepreneur Frederic Fekkai and master perfumer Frederic Malle, the Mark has just released its first 2020 initiative for those who wish to woo and be wooed on Valentine’s Day. With the appropriately named “The Mark’s Fool-Proof Valentine’s Day Menu,” guests can choose from a list of Valentine favourites, such as a box of Ladurée chocolates with a stuffed bear, a dozen roses, and an in-suite couples massage. 

It also includes lavish options such as a Sidney Garber Rolling Bracelet with a value of $16,500 for her and a Tom Ford Watch with a value of $3,590 for him. Every item on The Mark Fool-Proof Valentine’s Day Menu can be purchased individually or as a package for $22,126.00. The Mark also offers every item along with a romantic stay in the penthouse for $97,126.00,

The Mark offers 24/7 check-in, 24/7 room service by restaurant chef Jean- Georges Vongerichten, 24/7 shopping at Bergdorf Goodman, access to The Mark Sailboat, a 70-foot vessel available to guests to sail around the New York harbour, among many other extraordinary amenities that are part of #LifeAtTheMark  

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