Celebrate Valentine’s Day With Romantic Luxury at The Houstonian
Treat your loved one to a truly special Valentine’s Day at one of the city’s most beautiful venues: The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa. Dine on Executive Chef Neal Cox’s menu at in-house restaurant TRIBUTE at The Houstonian or give the ultimate display of affection with the Valentine’s To Remember Package.
TRIBUTE at The Houstonian’s three-course “flame-kissed and fabulous” Valentine’s menu, available February 14 through 16, begins with a complimentary Tuna Tiradito and includes two entrée choices: The Wild King Salmon en Croute served with caviar sabayon, baby root vegetables and salmon cracklin for $48 or the Sea and Land combination of wagyu tenderloin and Maine lobster with black truffle hollandaise and artichoke for $62.
Save room for the Baked Alaska for Two, a scratch-made delight from Pastry Chef Amanda Owen. It features chocolate truffle cake, soft caramel, passionfruit sorbet and toasted coconut meringue. Choose from an incredible selection of wines to accompany each exceptional bite. TRIBUTE’s regular menu of TEX-LEX cuisine — representing the flavors of Texas, Louisiana and Mexico — is also available. Make your dining reservations by calling (713) 685-6713 and additional information is also available on the restaurant’s website.
Extend your bliss with the Valentine’s To Remember Package, which includes deluxe accommodations February 14 through 16. Your romantic weekend begins with complimentary prosecco and chocolates upon arrival, plus complimentary hotel self-parking. Stroll the beautifully landscaped grounds and cultivated walking trails of The Houstonian’s park-like resort setting, then take a dip in one of three heated pools. The hotel’s exquisite rooms will impress your Valentine, and the options to make your stay extra-memorable include a dozen red roses and rose petal turndown service. Late checkout on Saturday or Sunday is included, so you can indulge in every last moment of romance. Rooms start at $269 per night. Make hotel reservations by calling (713) 680-2626 or visit The Houstonian’s website for additional information.