Presidentially-Inspired Experiences To Be Found at Ritz-Carlton Hotels on the East Coast of America

In honor of the upcoming President’s Day weekend, a collection of Ritz-Carlton hotels are saluting travelers with curated experiences luxurious enough for a President. Whether it’s a long weekend in Boston or extended beach trip to South Beach, guests will feel nothing less than VIP with offers available through Election Day, November 8, 2016.

Inspired by past and present U.S. Presidents, guests booking the Presidential Appeal packages receive everything from spacious Presidential Suite accommodations to a private ‘motorcade’ service, to multi-course dining experiences including the favorite dishes of icons such as John F. Kennedy.

From the nation’s capital to the tropical oasis of South Florida, guests of these select Ritz-Carlton hotels will have the ability to experience unique aspects of a destination that only the ladies and gentlemen of The Ritz-Carlton could offer. A private tour of the President’s neighborhood is led by one of the White House Historical Association’s curators while staying at The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C. or a $1,000 shopping spree on Newbury Street is inspired by Jacqueline Onassis’ favorite boutiques while at The Ritz-Carlton, Boston.

For the culinary connoisseur, The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C. serves up a five-course in-suite culinary experience inspired by none other than John F. Kennedy himself, paired with local wines as served at President Barack Obama’s Inaugural Gala. Unlimited stone crab at The Ritz-Carlton, Key Biscayne is a subtle nod to former President Richard Nixon who was a big fan of the Florida delicacy.

Offered at select North American Ritz-Carlton hotels, these experiential packages are a great way to create lasting memories on the history of these notable leaders.

Whether a plane, train or car ride away, make lasting memories this President’s Day weekend and this year at a Ritz-Carlton hotel.