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Treat your sweetheart with "Charm" at The Ritz-Carlton

Valentine’s Day. If you’ve been to a Wal-Mart lately, you too have been overcome by pink hearts and giant teddy-bear cards—but don’t worry! There is still time to make this February 14th sweet; especially if you are lucky enough to be at The Ritz-Carlton…

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The Ritz-Carlton, Denver is offering The Love is in the Air overnight package for the month of February; it includes accommodations, $150 credit to The Ritz-Carlton Spa (once per stay) and a bottle of Champagne and fresh flowers upon arrival. Also, be sure to check out Elway’s Downtown for a specially created menu which is available Friday, February 14th – Sunday, February 16th. Guests can even enjoy a ‘kissing cam’ photo booth to take home complimentary photo strips.

But whether you’re heading out for a night on the town or keeping it low-key, The Art of Charm Co-founder Jordan Harbinger and his team of lifestyle/social dynamic instructors, are offering some tips to make sure your Valentine’s Day can be successful…

Dress Appropriately: Where are you headed? Think about that for a second. Some of the best dating advice about what to wear on Valentine’s Day is to not wear the bare minimum, but to go a little above and beyond. You don’t need to wear a three-piece suit to head out to your favorite restaurant for the night (unless that’s what they wear there). You just need to look like you think that this is an important night.

Little Romantic Touches Make a Big Difference: When you head out for your Valentine’s Day date, you don’t have to overdo it. However, you should pay some attention to minor romantic flourishes. Open doors for her. Pull out her chair. Things like that. Show her that she’s special to you.

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