Providing welcome relief from winter’s wrath, Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain, the award-winning resort in warm, sunny Scottsdale, is offering couples a chance to turn up the heat this Valentine’s Day Weekend with its Sweethearts Sanctuary escape. Paired with dinner by Executive Chef Beau MacMillan at elements restaurant, the lover’s holiday will be filled with sun-kissed romance.
Available Feb. 13-16, 2015, the Sweethearts Sanctuary package provides 10% off two night’s room and tax, a 60-minute Couples Massage or choice of two 60-minute treatments at the intimate Sanctuary Spa, Valentine’s Day dinner at the award-winning elements and a romantic rose petal turndown. Rates start at $1,866 based on a two night stay.
A food lover’s delight is in store for Valentine’s Dinner, served both Friday, Feb. 13 and Saturday, Feb 14. A sampling of the four-course, prix-fixe menu includes Dungeness Crab Bisque with spicy crab dumpling and yuzu chive crema; Roasted Mushroom & Leek Tart with goat cheese fondue and balsamic chili glaze; Coffee Rubbed Maple Leaf Farms Duck with caramelized Brussels sprouts, sweet potato risotto and zinfandel cherry glaze; and Warm Chocolate & Caramel Fondue with mixed berries, cheesecake, angel food cake and brownies. Dinner will be served from 5:30-10 p.m. and is $115 per person, excluding alcohol, taxes and gratuities. Reservations are required.
Reservations are available online at www.sanctuaryaz.com or by calling (855) 706-1643.