Plan on a romantic getaway in Wichita
(Wichita, Kan.) - Wichita offers a wealth of opportunities for a special romantic weekend.
You can be the lead in your favorite romantic movie with the help of the owners of The Inn at Glenstrae. Robert Elliott and Tracy Sloat-Elliott also are theater professionals who will hire actors and provide props to set the right mood.
"We think of ourselves as the ‘To be, or not to be' B-and-B," said Tracy Sloat-Elliott.
The couple converted their home, built in 1900 by a Scottish lumber baron, into a bed and breakfast with the idea of dialling down the stress. They also arrange poetry readings, wine tastings, jazz combo performances, and his-and-her massages. For more information, contact The Inn at Glenstrae at 316.631.2883 or visit their web site at theinnatglenstrae.com.
Wichita's newest luxury boutique hotel, The Ambassador Hotel, has two Valentine's Day packages. The Sweetheart Package includes an overnight stay in an Executive King or Double Queen room and breakfast the next morning in the hotel's Siena Tuscan Restaurant. The Romance Package includes champagne, rose petals, chocolates and strawberries. The restaurant is also featuring a special Valentine's menu for couples planning a romantic dinner. The hotel opened in December 2012 in a renovated bank building located in the center of downtown Wichita. For more information, contact Gina McKee, director of business development, at 316.239.7100 or visit the web site ambassadorhotelcollection.com.
The Hotel at WaterWalk offers couples a chance to cozy up by the fireplace and sip champagne while enjoying cake truffles. The package also includes a romantic dinner at either Sabor's Latin & Gill or Luca Italian Kitchen, both located in Wichita's Old Town red-brick warehouse district. For more information, contact Brian Anderson, general manager, at 316.263.1061 or visit the website http://www.hotelatwaterwalk.com.
Take a closer look at Wichita and you'll find culture, entertainment and all-American hospitality. Visit gowichita.com to find out what's going on now in Wichita.
Visit Wichita markets the greater Wichita area as a major convention and tourism destination, thereby enhancing the economic development of the city, county, region and state. Visit Wichita is led by President and CEO Susie Santo, and in 2013 travel and tourism contributed more than $1 billion in economic impact to the Wichita MSA.