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Hazelton Hotel premiers $200,000 holiday package

Posted by Melanie Nayer  November 30, 2012 09:20 AM

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the_hazelton_hotel_image_hotel_building_02_small.jpgCan't find the perfect gift to give the person who has it all? Luxury hotels might be the best solution.

For the holiday season, many luxury hotels are offering exclusive shopping packages that include everything from private car transfers to personal shopping and designer treats. The Hazelton Hotel in Toronto is taking things one step further with a $200,000 holiday package catered to the most refined tastes.

“We wanted to create something that was really lasting and memorable for the guests,” Lindsay Tessis, public relations representative for The Hazelton Hotel, Toronto, told LuxuryDaily.

The shopping stay is priced $199,000 and includes separate shopping activities for men and women. He'll get a private shopping experience at luxury watch retailer Louis Black; she'll get a stylist to shop with for the day.

The package also includes a two-night stay in the hotel’s Bellair Suite, catered meals, private jet service to Toronto, and a luxury sedan and driver, as needed.

Intrigued? The hotel's Holiday Season Shopping Package is available just in time for the gift-purchasing season. Guests will receive distinct personalized his-and-her shopping experiences through the hotel.

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