Booking.com Invites Travel Romantics To Share #LoveLettersToAmerica This Valentine’s Day
With the most romantic day of the year upon us, one thing is for sure – America’s love for travel hasn’t ended. In the spirit of sharing this love, Booking.com is issuing love letters to destinations across the country that have been hard hit by the pandemic, and inviting Americans to write their own inspiring #LoveLettersToAmerica on this Valentine’s Day weekend.
Booking.com has also called upon some familiar faces to help pen letters to their favorite American cities, to show them some love when they need it most. Follow #LoveLettersToAmerica to read the dedicated posts, which aim to spotlight and honor the cities and their local communities, businesses, and entrepreneurs that have been impacted by fewer traveling visitors. Americans can participate and express how they cannot live without cities that have captured their hearts by posting a photo with a love letter caption on social media - Instagram, Facebook, Twitter - using #LoveLettersToAmerica.
Booking.com will bring to life its very own love letter in iconic New York City - with all its resilience through the tough times of the pandemic - by offering a unique overnight stay in the Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park, with experiences and amenities reflecting what Booking loves about the Big Apple this Valentine’s Day.
The ‘Love Letter to New York City at the Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park’ will include custom-designed accommodations in the park’s Polar Lounge, and a safety-first itinerary including: hot chocolate and other treats in an igloo, midnight ice skating, gift card for shopping at the Bank of America Winter Village Shops and dinner via room service. Two overnight stays will be offered on February 13 & 14 for $14.21 and can be booked exclusively on Booking.com starting on February 12, 2020 at 2:00PM EST.
For more information on ‘Love Letters To America’ and how to participate, visit Booking.com’s social channels - Instagram, Facebook and Twitter - or follow the hashtag #LoveLettersToAmerica. A love letter template is also available.