Hong Kong, 3 January 2014 - Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco is launching a series of special offers in January and February 2014 to benefit the American Heart Association. During this two-month series, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco, Brasserie S&P, and the hotel will offer travel packages, spa treatments, cooking classes, healthy dinners and weekly evening runs through San Francisco with the General Manager, Mr. Donald Bowman.
Mr. Bowman is co-chair of the ‘Hotels with Heart’ campaign and has set a goal for the Hotel Council of San Francisco members to collectively raise $250,000. ‘Hotels with Heart’ will culminate with the “Climb to the Stars” charity event, with a portion of all proceeds going directly to the campaign.
I Left My Heart in San Francisco
Guests can escape for an irresistible romantic retreat at Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco’s sky-high guestrooms and suites located atop 11 floors of San Francisco’s third tallest building. Rates for the I Left My Heart in San Francisco package start at USD1,045 and includes:
- One night stay in sumptuous accommodations
- A couples, 50-minute Bloom treatment in the Harmony Suite at The Spa
- One bottle of Mumm Napa Sparkling Rosé
- ElizabethW Hearts Bath Fizzes to draw a relaxing bath
- Continental Breakfast for two in bed
- A donation of USD50 to American Heart Association
The package is available January 16 to February 28, 2014 and is subject to availability plus taxes and gratuities. Reservations can be made by contacting the hotel directly at +1 (415) 276-9600, emailing email@example.com, through Mandarin Oriental’s worldwide sales and reservations offices on +1 (866) 796-5475, or visit the Group’s direct on-line reservations service at www.mandarinoriental.com.
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco
Guests will be invited to rejuvenate with the 1 hour 50 minute Mandarin Oriental Signature Spa Therapy Bloom element in which 10% of the treatment costs booked January 1 to February 28, 2014, will be donated to the American Heart Association. Additionally, 10% of any Bloom signature candles, massage and body oil, bath and shower oil sold will also be donated to the cause. For inquiries, please contact +1 (415) 276-9780 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guests can enjoy a wide range of offerings including dinners, tastings, “Cooking Healthy Meals with Executive Chef Adam Mali” classes for children and more with a portion of the proceeds donated to American Heart Association. For inquiries, please contact +1 (415) 986-2020 or email email@example.com.
Learn to Stay Fit
Guests will be invited to learn and practice healthy fitness regiments on Saturday mornings in January and February. An avid marathon runner, Mr. Bowman will lead guests on a run through the city, every Wednesday evening in February. The Spa will also be posting daily heart health educational tips on Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco’s Facebook page. Finally, read the inspirational book “Living Life to the Full” by author Ellen Charnley and the journey of facing open-heart surgery then completing an Ironman, available for purchase in guestrooms.
“Climb to the Stars” Charity Event
Take the challenge and be one of the first people to climb to the top of the third tallest building in San Francisco. Guests will be invited to sign up, make a pledge and walk up 48 stories to the top of the building where a private reception awaits.
For full details on any of the offers held in support of the “Hotels with Heart” campaign, please contact +1 (415) 276-9888 or visit www.mandarinoriental.com/sanfrancisco/heart.
“Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco is delighted to lead the ‘Hotels with Heart’ campaign. Our offerings will raise funds awareness about heart disease and stroke,” explains General Manager Donald Bowman. “My team and I are dedicated to living healthier lifestyles, creating memorable experiences as well as supporting organizations that positively impact our community.”
“Our 2020 Impact Goal is to improve the cardiovascular health of all Americans by 20 percent while reducing deaths from cardiovascular diseases and stroke by 20 percent by the year 2020,” said Patricia Sprincin, San Francisco American Heart Association Chairperson. “Because of supporters like Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco and the Hotel Council of San Francisco, the American Heart Association is one step closer to reaching our goal.”
About the American Heart Association
The American Heart Association is devoted to saving people from heart disease and stroke – America’s No. 1 and No. 4 killers. We team with millions of volunteers to fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies, and provide lifesaving tools and information to prevent and treat these diseases. The Dallas-based association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. To learn more or to get involved, call 1-800-AHA-USA1, visit heart.org or call any of our offices around the country. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.