People naturally feel romantic when they’re bathed in soft lighting, whether it’s the twinkle of fireflies, a full moon in a starry sky, or a slow, glowing flow of lava oozing through a downtown thoroughfare. Heat up the mood with today’s Groupon: for $99, you get a one-night romantic getaway package for two at Comfort Inn in Livonia (up to a $228.99 value). The package includes:
- A one-night stay in a room with a king bed and a whirlpool bath (up to a $149.99 value)
- A bottle of champagne and glasses (a $19 value)
- Chocolate truffles (a $15 value)
- A floral arrangement (a $25 value)
- Housekeeping services and late checkout at 2 p.m. (a $20 value)<p>
The newly renovated Comfort Inn fans the flames of lovey-doveyness with romantic getaway packages that enable couples to escape from daily chores and enjoy quality time. Guests nestle into their spacious king suites, harnessing high-speed WiFi to look up swoon-worthy sonnets and swimming tiny laps in the balmy waters of a two-person whirlpool tub. Mouthwatering truffles and a bottle of champagne greet guests upon arrival, and a vibrant arrangement of blooms floods the air with a fragrant aroma. To further bolster the getaway’s relaxation-inducing atmosphere, sojourners can delay checkout until 2 p.m., facilitating leisurely sleep-in sessions or extra time to build an additional wing on a blanket fort before a complimentary hot breakfast with eggs and waffles.
Comfort Inn Livonia
Comfort Inn Livonia is ideally situated for a peaceful getaway—it’s located in a quiet suburb 20 miles northwest of downtown Detroit. Nearby, you can find Livonia's Laurel Park Place mall and several boutiques and restaurants. Before you head out for the day, you can enjoy a complimentary hot breakfast in the lobby with eggs, fresh fruit, and waffles.
One of the metro area’s most popular attractions is close by, too—the Henry Ford Museum, in the nearby suburb of Dearborn. The museum features a collection of early airplanes and automobiles, including a 1901 Model T and the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile, which runs solely on ketchup.