BEST IN ROMANCE: King Pacific Lodge


Hot on the heels of being voted No. 1 in Canada on the Condé Nast Traveler 2011 Gold List, King Pacific Lodge, A Rosewood Resort, has announced a romantic summer getaway for couples, epitomising the very ‘best of the best’ at this floating wilderness lodge. Their new ‘Treat Them Like Royalty’ romance package celebrates the sublime experiences that King Pacific Lodge is lauded for: an inspirational environment, high-octane adventures and lavish accommodations.

King Pacific LodgeThe adventure begins with arrival by floatplane right to the dock, and continues with a heli-picnic on a private island with white sand beaches, bounded by turquoise waters. Couples are treated to a private dinner, created by a dedicated chef who customizes every dish; an in-room couples massage; and a private wilderness concierge to assist with planning adventures from kayaking to whale watching. Digs for the stay - 1750 sq ft and two floors of luxury - will be the heavenly Princess Royal Suite, with panoramic views of the ocean, the rainforest and the nearby waterfall.

To reinforce the Lodge’s commitment to its world-renown back yard, the Great Bear Rainforest, each couple will receive an exclusive print from the charitable fund ‘Guarding the Gifts,’ in exchange for a donation of $400 made on their behalf by King Pacific Lodge. 

 

‘Treat Them Like Royalty’ is a three-night package available from $14,745 per couple. King Pacific Lodge operates from June 3rd to September 23rd, 2011. To secure your spot as royalty this summer, or for more information, visit www.kingpacificlodge.com or call (604) 987-5452 or toll-free (888) 592-5464.

 

 

About King Pacific Lodge:
King Pacific, A Rosewood Resort is a 17-room floating, luxury, wilderness lodge located in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest in Gitga’at territory along the central coast of British Columbia.

 

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Ellen Barone has been creating words and images for travel and tourism since 1998. She co-founded and publishes the group travel blog YourLifeIsATrip.com and is currently at work on her first book "I Could Live Here".