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This Engagement Concierge Will Be The Romantic You Could Never Be

January 6, 2009 at 3:33 PM | by | Comment (1)

Perpetually single gal, Jennifer Aniston, cast in post Brad Pitt years as the lonely and unlucky in love gal by media and her reps, might want to consider the Creative Engagement Services that Mexico's Marquis Los Cabos Resort offers the next time she's frolicking on the beach with on again-off again/"is it for show?" beau John Mayer.

Instead of waiting for Mayer to pen poetic lyrics and croon her a private song, Miss Aniston doesn't have to be traditional to get what she wants. She can spend some of those millions on her new bestie - an Engagement Concierge - who aims to "help hopeful fiances count the ways to propose." That's right. Hotels even want to take care of your marriage proposals now.

Some options include spelling out 'Will you marry me?' with candles along the oceanside infinity pool. Or popping the question with rose petals on a Frette-clothed bed, or along the white sandy Cabo beach. These ideas are non-gender specific by the way so ladies (Miss Aniston included) can order up this service too.

There's a bounty of other ways to say "I love you and want to spend the rest of my life with you" amenities at Marquis Los Cabos. Our advice is: book a private beachside dinner for two, an en-suite couples massage, a sunset cruise on the Marquis' 70-foot Turkish schooner, christened "Tu Enamorado" (you are in love).

As far as rooms, we are liking the Junior Suites and Private Pool Casitas with ocean front views. Attention-seeking guests (ahem, Miss Aniston again) can score the requisite balcony for long lens paparazzi shots of lingering kisses over coffee while sporting plush resort robes.

You don't have to be rolling in the post-Christmas box-office dough that Jen Aniston is currently bathing in to get a good deal here. From January 5th through May 31, 2009, the 6-day/5-night "Pop the Question" package starts at $4,100 per couple for a Junior Suite and $6,550 for a Private Pool Casita.

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Been there. Done that.

I use to do that shit all the time when I worked at Delano and The Catalina. ;-X

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