The powerful antioxidants found in grapes have long been recognized for their heart health benefits. More recently the healing properties of grape extracts have been proven to produce a beneficial treatment for detoxifying and nurturing the skin.
In 2007, Vintage Hotels celebrates ten years of being Niagara’s leader in luxury hospitality. The hotel group will also celebrate another major milestone for the Niagara-on-the-Lake community: the 50th year since canning facility Factory 13 began its transformation into Ontario’s only five-star country inn, Pillar and Post.
During the month of April, Prince of Wales visitors can enjoy the tradition of English High Tea while making a real difference in the lives of children in need. Vintage Hotels will donate $4 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada from the sale of every adult booking for High Tea. A full high tea experience is $32 per person plus taxes. The promotion includes a special rate of $10 for the Little Prince tea for children 12 and under. During the month, Vintage Hotels will also offer a special price for adult Big Brothers/Big Sisters and a free High Tea experience for their little brother or sister.
Employees of Vintage Hotels slipped into bowling shirts and shoes on February 17 and 24, 2007 to support their local chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada (BBBSC). Participation in BBBSC’s nationwide Bowl-for-Kids Sake event represented the first step in the Niagara hotel group’s recently launched multi-tiered program charitable program to help Canada’s leading child and youth serving organization meet its fundraising goals.
Visitors to The 12th Annual Niagara Icewine Festival will be indulged with the trademark hospitality of Vintage Hotels. The Prince of Wales, the festival host hotel, will offer the ultimate hospitality experience for the Icewine Classic Weekend, January 26-28, 2007, with a $695 per person (based on double occupancy) package combining luxury accommodations, world-class wines, culinary pleasure and extraordinary art.