Rates & Dates: Torontos Four Seasons invites guests to Indulge By Kimberly Scholz / January 03, 2005 Share 1 -- The Indulge in Toronto package at the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto is designed for clients looking to splurge a little. The overnight plan offers accommodations for two in a suite, valet parking, breakfast for two, a food-and-beverage credit for use in the hotels bars and restaurants and a shipping passport with discounts for area merchants. Indulge in Toronto is priced at about $390 per room, double, and is available through March 31.Four Seasons Hotel TorontoPhone: (800) 332-3442 or (416) 964-0411Web:www.fourseasons.comGDSs: All systemsThe Hotel Jerome in Aspen, Colo., is offering the Ski Free plan through the ski season whereby clients booking a room receive two daily lift tickets. The lift tickets are valid at any of Aspens four ski areas: Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk Mountain or Snowmass.The Ski Fee package is available through April 10. The ski areas close at varying dates in April. Rates for Ski Free start at $445 per room, double, and cover accommodations, two lift tickets per room and shuttles to and from Aspen Mountain and Aspen Airport.Hotel JeromePhone: (800) 331-7213 or (970) 920-1000Web:www.hoteljerome.comGDSs: All systemsTeton Mountain Lodge in Teton Village, Wyo., created the five-night Jackson Hole Powder Adventure, valid this ski season, for clients looking for a little bit of adventure.The plan, priced from $680 per person, double, covers slopeside accommodations, lift tickets for three days to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, a one-day guided, backcountry ski excursion, buffet breakfast each morning and a signed copy of Ski the Whole Mountain, a book written by Rob and Eric DesLauriers.Teton Mountain LodgePhone: (800) 801-6615Web:www.tetonlodge.comThe Pan Pacific Whistler (British Columbia) set its ski-season rates. The rates, which require a three-night minimum stay, start at about $415 per night for a Valley View Studio Suite from Jan. 3 to April 30.Rates are per room, double, and cover European breakfast buffet and afternoon hors douevres and Whistler/Blackcomb ski passes for two.Pan Pacific WhistlerPhone: (800) 327-8585Web:www.panpacific.comGDSs: All systems Bostons Fairmont Copley Plaza is offering clients a chance to parlay a performance of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) into a weekend getaway with the Perfect Harmony package.The one-night plan covers accommodations; two tickets to a BSO performance (orchestra or first balcony, based on availability); and a Symphony Hall history book.Rates begin at $339 per room, double occupancy.The plan is available on nights when the orchestra is performing (Thursdays through Sundays and most Tuesdays) through May 7. Reservations for the package must be made at least 72 hours in advance of the symphony performance.Fairmont Copley PlazaPhone: (800) 441-1414 or (617) 267-5300Web:www.fairmont.comGDSs: All systemsJust in time for the stress associated with the holidays, Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite in Fish Camp, Calif., is teaming up with two corporate stress-reduction trainers from Clarity Seminars to offer a stress-management workshop.The Freedom From Stress weekend plan workshop is offered Jan. 21 to 23 and will feature tips on how to unwind and relax; adapting strategies for coping with pressure; and time management for greater productivity.The package is priced at $469 per room, single, or $698 per room, double, and covers two nights accommodations; all scheduled meals, seminars and related materials; evening entertainment; yoga classes; and nature walks.Tenaya Lodge at YosemitePhone: (877) 322-5492Web:www.tenayalodge.comGDSs: All except WorldspanEven after holiday shopping is completed, clients can take advantage of the All Wrapped Up plan at the Sutton Place Hotel in Toronto.All Wrapped Up, valid through Jan. 31, offers overnight accommodations, breakfast for two ensuite or in the hotels Accents Restaurant & Bar, parking and a canvas tote bag with discounts and offers from local retailers. The plan is priced at about $167 per room for superior accommodations.In addition, clients booking the All Wrapped Up room rate can purchase one of the hotels three-course, prix-fixe dinners at a discounted rate. Normally priced at about $34, package clients can purchase their dinner at time of booking for about $29.Sutton Place Hotel, TorontoPhone: (866) 3-SUTTON or (416) 324-5621Web:www.suttonplace.comE-mail:email@example.comGDSs: All systemsLocated on Bellevue Avenue in Newport, R.I., the Hotel Viking here is hosting the Breakfast on Bellevue plan for stays through March 31.The package includes overnight accommodations, breakfast for two in the hotels One Bellevue restaurant and valet parking. The plan is priced at $189 per room, double.Hotel VikingPhone: (800) 556-7126Web:www.hotelviking.comGDSs: All systemsClients dont have to be as desperate as Bree, Susan, Gabrielle or Lynette to book Hotel OrringtonsDesperate Housewives package ... they should just want a quick escape.The getaway, valid for Saturday-night stays, is priced at $2,500 for up to eight people and includes four rooms at the newly opened hotel in Evanston, Ill.; martinis and manicures in the hotels Indigo bar; a hot- and cold-stone massage for each participant; and dinner and a viewing of the hit TV show Desperate Housewives in the hotels Globe Cafe on Sundays.Hotel OrringtonPhone: (847) 866-8700Shebby Lee Tours is bringing back its Vanishing Trails Expedition itinerary. The 11-night journey begins on June 8 in Kansas City, Mo., and ends in Portland, Ore., and has participants reliving a typical day on the Oregon Trail.The plan is priced at $1,924 per person, double, and covers accommodations, most meals, motorcoach transportation and all admission fees.Highlights include the National Frontier Trails Center in Independence, Mo.; the Hollenberg Pony Express Station in Hanover, Kan.; Chimney Rock monument in Nebraska; Fort Laramie, Wyo.; Massacre Rocks State Park in Idaho; and the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Baker City, Ore.Shebby Lee ToursPhone: (800) 888-8306Web:www.shebbyleetours.comE-mail:firstname.lastname@example.orgTCS Expeditions invited wine connoisseur Burke Owens to impart his knowledge to guests participating in the Hidden Treasures of the Old World private-jet journey departing Feb. 26. Owens is associate curator of wine at Copia: The American Center for Wine Food & the Arts in Napa, Calif.The Hidden Treasures itinerary, priced at $37,950 per person, double, is commissionable at 10%. The trip starts and ends in London and visits Croatia, Jordan, Egypt, France, Malta, Morocco, Montenegro, Russia and Tunisia.The cost covers hotel accommodations in and private jet travel between each destination, sightseeing, a program of events in each destination, gratuities, baggage handling and $50,000 medical-evacuation insurance for covered reasons.TCS ExpeditionsPhone: (800) 727-7477Web:www.tcs-expeditions.comTo submit an item for Rates & Dates, send e-mail to email@example.com.