By Deb Flomberg
There is something very special about a weekend away with your sweetheart. Picture it now: just the two of you, away from home in a luxurious hotel with amazing cuisine and nothing to do but enjoy each other’s company and spark your romantic side. If this sounds like it is just what the doctor ordered, then consider a night or two at The London West Hollywood.
This opulent hotel is a favorite of anyone in-the-know in California. Part of the draw is the incredible food, as prepared by acclaimed celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. He has taken the term California Cuisine and reinterpreted it to infuse all the fresh, local ingredients with a wide variety of small plate servings. One of the best ways to enjoy the food and the hotel is the Gordon Ramsay Dine and Stay Package. You’ll stay in a beautiful suite and enjoy a four-course dinner. It also includes a complimentary breakfast, also created by the chefs at Gordon Ramsay’s establishment.
Make sure to pack your swimsuit, as you simply must take advantage of the stunning rooftop pool. You’ll find breathtaking panoramic views of Los Angeles while you relax by the pool or go for a dip. All guests receive personal seating with complimentary beverages, fruit and other refreshing snacks. Plus there is a special poolside menu, also created by Gordon Ramsay.
Clearly, the London West Hollywood is a truly romantic place to reconnect with your honey. For a romantic trip like this, be sure to arrive in style in the SLK250 Roadster from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. It is the perfect luxury car to start your romantic weekend away. You can put the top down as you head to the London West Hollywood, and enjoy the opulence of your car even before you step foot in the luxurious hotel.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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