OHEKA CASTLE CELEBRATES VALENTINE’S DAY

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OHEKA CASTLE CELEBRATES VALENTINE’S DAY WITH ANNUAL
DINNER AND DANCE

 

Huntington, NY – The most romantic setting for an unforgettable Valentines Day dinner is at OHEKA Castle Hotel & Estate in Huntington, New York, just 45 minutes outside Manhattan.

 

OHEKA Castle will hold its annual Valentine’s Day Dinner & Dance on Thursday, February 14, 2008 from 7:00 –11:00 pm.

 

The exclusive event includes a cocktail hour with complimentary champagne cocktails from 7:00 – 8:00 pm, a five course dinner, and music and dancing from 8:00 pm through 11:00 pm for $200 per person plus tax and gratuity.*

 

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For couples wishing to extend the evening into a romantic overnight getaway, luxury guest rooms and suites are available. In every room, guests will enjoy a complimentary bottle of Moet champagne and strawberries dipped in Belgian chocolate. Weekday rates apply.

 

For more information on OHEKA Castle Hotel and Estate’s Valentine’s Day Dinner & Dance 2008, please visit www.oheka.com or call 631-659-1400.

 

* Beverages and alcohol not included. Advance reservations plus $50 deposit per person required. Credit card required to hold reservations. 30 Day Cancellation Policy: cancellations made after 30 days will be charged the full amount per person reserved.

 

ABOUT OHEKA Castle Hotel & Estate

OHEKA Castle Hotel & Estate is an exclusive and elegant retreat that sits on 23 acres of impeccably manicured grounds and offers a premiere setting for weddings, gala celebrations, executive retreats and romantic getaways.

 

Built in the 1920s by magnate Otto Hermann Kahn, this 127-room residence cost $11 million dollars to construct, the equivalent of $110 million in today’s currency. OHEKA Castle is the second largest private residence in the country.

 

After Kahn’s death in 1934, the estate changed hands numerous times and ultimately fell into complete disrepair. By the early 1980s, the mansion was ready to be bulldozed. In 1984, Long Island resident Gary Melius purchased the estate and began its painstaking restoration. To date, over $30 million dollars has been spent to restore and preserve this American landmark. All restorations have been authentic to OHKEA, with architects, historians, and researchers corroborating and collaborating in the restoration.

 

Thanks in part to this meticulous work, today OHEKA Castle Hotel & Estate boasts 32 luxury guestrooms and suites and is a member of the coveted Small Luxury Hotels of the World. It is also on the National Register of Historic Places.

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