Want to relive the Summer of ’69 in a 60′s themed vacation in Tucson or Tempe? Sage Hospitality is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Summer of ’69 with special offers including $69 room rates, $6.90 suite upgrades, $6.90 entrees, $.69 beers and $69 massages (where applicable).
The Sage Summer of ’69 offer is valid from July 1 to Sept 30, 2009, and is available at the following Sage hotels - Marriott Ogden, UT; Marriott, Pueblo, CO; Sheraton Phoenix Airport, Tempe, AZ; Marriott Charlotte Executive Park, NC; Hotel Baronette, Novi, MI; and the Sheraton Tucson, AZ.
Walter Isenberg, president and CEO of Sage Hospitality, says that Sage is running thhis special because ”Whether it’s the funny fashions, man’s first walk on the moon or the music and movies you remember, the summer of 1969 was a time of transformation in America and after 40 years, a time worth remembering.”
And to make it a more memorable experience, each hotel is adding some special touches, like “munchie” menus in the restaurants (think Magic Mushroom Pizza, Twilight Twinkies, Peace Brownies with a peace stencil and Tie Dye Sherbet). Guests may find 60′s vintage VW buses and VW bugs on display, 60′s music playing and even a bit of incense on a few appropriate locations.
You could even have a flower child check you into your room or get classics like ‘Easy Rider’ or ‘Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’ as part of your in-room entertainment package, says Nanci Sherman, general manager at the Sheraton Tucson.
More details here – http://www.sagehospitality.com/specials/summerof69.htm