The National Cherry Blossom Festival
is just days away in the nation's capital. Celebrating springtime in Washington D.C. as well as the 1912 gift of cherry blossom trees from Tokyo Mayor Yukio Ozaki, the annual two-week event lures crowds to gape at the beautiful blossoms (and revelers thrilled at spring's arrival). Peak Bloom Period is predicted for April 3 - April 9, 2009, though the blooming period begins many days before peak bloom is reached and can last for up to two weeks. The Festival itself starts on March 28 and key events include the Smithsonian Kite Festival (March 28), the Parade (April 4), and fireworks show (April 11). Come and enjoy the spirit of the season after a long, hard winter. Washington's fashionable Park Hyatt
-- stylishly designed by Tony Chi-- is offering a Spring Blossom Package so you can embrace the season of renewal. Located between Dupont Circle and Georgetown, steps from Embassy Row and historic sights, the Park Hyatt Washington rewards guests with exceptional accommodations and uncompromising service. Book the Spring Blossom Package
, available until April 26th, and you'll get a complimentary upgrade to a Park Deluxe room (the largest deluxe room in Washington), a pot of Cherry Blossom Green Tea from Park Hyatt Washington's rare and vintage tea selection upon arrival, your choice of daily valet parking or daily full American breakfast for two, and a Children's Surprise Backpack with sightseeing supplies.