Of course, you'll want to go out and show off the new bauble. The hotel offers several dinner options, but they'll be extra. You can reserve a private heated rooftop pool cabana for a five-course candlelit dinner with eats like grilled Kobe flat-iron steak and a dessert duet of chocolate mousse terrine and Meyer lemon pudding.
To make it worth the $290 per couple, monogrammed napkins and a dozen red roses are thrown in. If you blew your budget on the room and necklace, you can get the same menu and deal at the Roof Garden Restaurant—but with only a single rose—that costs $156 for the sweetie pies. The touted Belvedere Restaurant will serve a six-course menu with dishes like veal chateaubriand with Perigord truffles that's $250 for two.
Don't worry about staying out late, since the package includes a continental breakfast served to you in bed the morning after and a late 6 p.m. checkout.
The package may seem steep at $895 a night, but the pendant alone retails for $950. Aside from making your lady happy, a portion of the proceeds will go to the Young Survival Coalition to help breast cancer research. Get your pearl by booking the deal over the phone at 310-551-2888. Pearls at the Pen is available February 11 to 15.
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