Finally, good news. There is something more enduring than the diamond as a symbol of eternal love: a voucher for a romantic stay (when it is again possible) in an Austrian resort. While finding valuable gift ideas to surprise your loved one these days is becoming increasingly difficult, giving the gift of quality time spent together in fairytale settings is truly the most appropriate choice this Valentine’s Day.
But what makes this gift really special is the fact that in these Austrian facilities the voucher lasts forever, just like true love. Is there anything more romantic for Lovers’ Day? And these days, moreover, the “lifetime” duration of the voucher also guards against the thought of not being able to use it anytime soon because of the various pandemic-related restrictions.
So here are 3 vouchers valid “forever” to give as gifts on Valentine’s Day.
FROM VIENNA WITH LOVE
A weekend of love in Vienna: a timeless classic. Especially for those who choose to stay in the centrally located and super trendy Hotel Beethoven Wien, located in the heart of the 6th Mariahilf/Naschmarkt district, now the cultural hub of the Austrian capital as well as the center of nightlife, with shopping streets and a wonderful range of local and international cuisine. Run by Barbara Ludwig, who has stamped each room with a uniqueness, always having comfort, relaxation and guest satisfaction as her priority, the Beethoven is a charming 4-star boutique design hotel, an ideal starting point for an exceptional visit to Vienna in sweet company. Housed in a historic building from 1902, the hotel offers a noteworthy breakfast: a true gourmand experience with high-class pastries, Viennese cakes and a very fine savory selection, with an exclusive view of the Papageno door of the Theater an der Wien, where Beethoven first debuted his Fidelio.
2 nights for two in a wonderful Salon room with breakfast, welcome drink at Bar Ludwig. Euro 398. Valid for 10 years From the date of issue. It will be sufficient to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
RELAXATION AND PAMPERING
GRADONNA MOUNTAIN RESORT &
DOLOMITEN RESIDENZ SPORTHOTEL SILLIAN
The magic of spending a weekend away from the crowds, immersed in the sounds and beauty of nature. Is there a better gift for one’s sweetheart? At the foot of the Hohe Tauern National Park in East Tyrol, the Gradonna ****S Mountain Resort Châlets & Hotel , is an eco-design property with essential lines. Cars are not allowed here: once you arrive you leave them in the garage and move around on foot. Through large windows overlooking mountains that touch the sky and forests as far as the eye can see, resort guests can decide whether to focus on relaxation and warmth in the 3,000-square-meter Spa, which is a true oasis of pleasure for treatments based on local raw materials, or to devote time to outdoor physical activity (hiking, snowshoeing, skiing…) or in the 4 indoor pools, fitness center, bouldering and climbing gym. If one’s sweetheart is a bike enthusiast, Sillian is the perfect place to spend romantic moments among the fairy-tale scenery typical of East Tyrol.
Located just a few kilometers from the border with Italy, at the end of the Pustertal valley and close to the famous Drava bicycle path, the Dolomiten Residenz ****S Sporthotel Sillian is the perfect starting point for long hikes on two wheels or nature walks. Surrounded by the majestic panorama of the South Tyrolean Dolomites and Lienz, the hotel boasts a spa of more than 3,000 square meters, with saunas, steam baths, relaxation areas, an indoor pool, and a heated outdoor pool, with the possibility of pampering yourself with one of the many treatments based on natural products or, why not, with a couples’ ritual of delicious aromatic oils or warm mountain hay.
by purchasing a voucher – valid forever – on the resorts’ website and by indicating the keyword ‘SNOW’, give away 1 product from the 100% vegan and cruelty free cosmetic line Magdalena’s – Made in Tyrol, a super-bio, vegan and cruelty free range with ingredients of natural origin from zero kilometers, encapsulating all the power of nature in the Tyrol.