Valentine’s Day 2013

Giuliana Rancic a fan of Eden Roc’s flowery room for Valentines

 

Giuliana Rancic is a true romantic. Well, she is married, after all, to Bill Rancic, who isn’t hard on the eyes, and seems like a pretty good dad so far.

The E! News personality is taking her love for, um, love over to Renaissance Hotels, which is offering a Valentine’s Day package fit for a celebrity available right here at the Eden Roc through Saturday.

The Love Blossoms Valentine’s Day Package starts at a mere $15,000. For that kind of change, you get a sweet suite done up in more than 30,000 flowers, from hydrangeas, tulips, peonies and, of course, roses. You also get mood inducers like breakfast in bed, “love potion” cocktails (e.g., What’s Your Number? Cupid’s Kiss, Un Beso); and a sensually scented Joya candle.

Feeling flush? Book at 646-726-4599. Info: www.renhotels.com.

Madeleine Marr

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