Thursday, February 7, 2013
Upload a picture of the object of your affection and you will have a chance to win a romantic getaway for Valentine's Day or a treatment at a Northville dermatology clinic.
UPDATED: This contest is now closed. Whether it’s your pet, children, a favorite cookie recipe or a destination, all things treasured deserve to be celebrated. And those objects of our affection is what Valentine's Day is all about. Enter Michigan Patch's 2013 "Object of My Affection" Contest. Here's what you need to do for a chance to win: We'll enter you into a random drawing to win the grand prize, which is an overnight stay at the Royal Park Hotel - just named this week as the No. 2 hotel in Michigan by U.S. News & World Report - or a runner-up prize of microderm abrasion at a Northville dermatology center. Royal Park Hotel stay: A random winner will win an overnight stay in an Executive King Room. Besides the overnight stay, the …
It rated above Birmingham's Townsend Hotel in latest U.S. News & World Report analysis.
Downtown Rochester's Royal Park Hotel has been named the second-best hotel in metro Detroit and in all of Michigan for 2013. The titles, bestowed this week by U.S. News & World Report, were based on awards, expert recommendations and guest feedback from 830 hotels across the state. "We are always humbled by awards, and being recognized nationally is just a true honor," said Sue Keels, marketing director for the Royal Park. "Being that this was an unbiased analysis, it truly reflects feedback from our guests." The Royal Park ranked above Birmingham's Townsend Hotel, which placed third on both the Michigan and Detroit metro lists. Dearborn's The Henry ranked No. 1. The news magazine mentioned the Royal Park's "European-style design …
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Pete Hoekstra talks about his plan for economic recovery at the Royal Park Hotel Wednesday afternoon.
U.S. Senate hopeful Pete Hoekstra shared an optomistic view of Michigan's economic recovery while het met with business owners and Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan Barnett at the Royal Park Hotel Wednesday afternoon. Hoekstra said he was meeting with business owners and community leaders in southeast Michigan to identify specific barriers to remove and find ideas for funding that would aid economic recovery. Hoekstra is the GOP favorite to win the August 7 primary election, which would pin him against Michigan's incumbent, Democratic Sen. Debbie Stabenow, in November's election.
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Jessica Long's prize is overnight stay at Royal Park Hotel.
It was a last-minute entry on Wednesday morning that was selected as the random winner of Patch's "Object of My Affection" Valentine Contest. The winner, Jessica Long, of Rochester Hills entered a picture of a sunset on Lake Michigan in Leland. In the caption she wrote: ".. one of my favorite vacation spots. I might get back there this summer; I'll settle for a night at the Royal Park in the meantime." Long will receive an overnight stay at the Royal Park Hotel in Rochester. The package will include two Valentine martinis and the choice of one of the following to be delivered to her room: Make Whoopie (the couple can enjoy making their own whoopie pies); Sweetie Pies with Milk Shooters; Champagne and dipped berries. Patch received 194 …
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Show us a picture of the object of your affection and you will have a chance to win a romantic getaway for Valentine's Day!
UPDATE: The contest is now closed and we'll be announcing the winner, Thursday, Feb. 9. Thanks for your entries! Valentine's Day is fast approaching and we've got the perfect gift for you and your sweetie: an overnight stay for two at the Royal Park Hotel in Rochester. So, enter our "Object of My Affection" contest for a chance to win. Here's how: Besides the overnight stay, the Royal Park package will include two Valentine martinis and the choice of one of the following to be delivered to your room: Make Whoopie (the couple can enjoy making their own whoopie pies); Sweetie Pies with Milk Shooters; Champagne and dipped berries. Even if you don't win the prize, this Valentine's Day package is available to any hotel guest throughout the …
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Creation to be unveiled Wednesday inside the lobby of the downtown Rochester hotel.
Pastry chefs, engineers and landscape artists are putting the finishing touches today on an 8-foot-tall gingerbread house inside the lobby of the Royal Park Hotel. The gingerbread house is a tradition for the downtown Rochester hotel and a partnership with the Salvation Army of Metro Detroit. Guests can sponsor a "brick" on the house with proceeds benefitting the Salvation Army. Also, the cost of desserts purchased at The Brookshire restaurant and Commons Lounge inside the hotel will be donated to the Salvation Army. The house, which has been built this year on a platform that spins, will be unveiled at a ceremony beginning at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. A ribbon-cutting is planned for 11 a.m.