Fire & Ice

Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes will sparkle even brighter this Valentine’s Day thanks to a new partnership with Morgan’s Jewelers.

Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes will sparkle even brighter this Valentine’s Day thanks to a new partnership with Morgan’s Jewelers.

The beautiful oceanfront property will turn up the heat the whole month of February with three special packages: Fire and Ice, with breathtaking ocean view accommodations, breakfast for two, sparkling wine and chocolate truffles on arrival and the daily resort fee; the Fire and Ice Suite, includes the above amenities with upgrade to a fireplace suite bungalow or casita and a rose petal turndown one evening; and the Fireside Fantasy Suite, with an overnight in the stunning Vanderlip Presidential Suite, a limousine transfer to and from any place in Los Angeles County, dinner for two in the resort’s signature restaurant mar’sel, a bottle of champagne and two toasting glasses, two plush bathrobes, a couples massage in the fireplace suite at the Spa, champagne breakfast in bed, rose petal turndown, and golf for two at The Links.

Guests booking any of these packages with a two-night minimum will also receive a store credit from Morgan’s Jewelers: $250 for the Fire & Ice, $500 for the Fire & Ice Suite, and $1,000 for the Fireside Fantasy Suite.

To view Morgan’s exquisite jewelry collection, visit morgansjewelers.com. To book one of these extraordinary Terranea escape packages, visit the resort at terranea.com or call 310-265-2770.

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