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COPACABANA PALACE OFFERS ROMANCE IN RIO

 COPACABANA PALACE OFFERS ROMANCE IN RIO
 RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, Jan. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Newlyweds, those


celebrating anniversaries or romantics just looking for a sublime getaway will find the trip of their dreams at the Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro.
 Rio is an ideal location for a honeymoon as it offers a cosmopolitan beach setting with a historic city backdrop. While in Rio couples may enjoy the romance and grandeur of this renowned city, visit Sugar Loaf Mountain for the view and cocktails, take a one day Tropical Island tour, drive through the Tijuca Rain Forest, or visit the Botanical Garden for a view of the lush vegetation that forms the rain forest. Rio also offers top of the line jewels for most favorable prices for further romance and dreaming.
 Upon arriving at the Copacabana Palace, guests will be treated to breakfast, a bottle of Brazilian champagne, fruits and fresh flowers, also included are six nights accommodation for two, roundtrip airport transfers, dinner for two at Pergula Restaurant, breakfast daily and service charges and tax. Romance in Rio is offered at $979 for two valid until Dec. 27, 1992 (except during New Year's and Carnival festivities and the first Ecological Congress June 1-12, 1992.) Additional nights are $125 per room plus 10 percent service charge.
 The Copacabana Palace is situated on the magnificent Copacabana beach. Since its founding in 1923, the luxurious white-stucco edifice has symbolized grandiosity and splendor. Accordingly, the renowned hotel has attracted the renowned: Maurice Chevalier, Yves Montand, Brigette Bardot, Eisenhower, DeGaule, Eva Peron, Giscard D'Estaing, Queen Elizabeth II, Helmut Kohl, and the Prince and Princess of Wales.
 In 1989, the Copacabana Palace became part of the Orient-Express Hotels group. Since that time the property has been undergoing major refurbishment at an approximate cost of more than $20 million.
 Orient-Express Hotels operates the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express luxury train service and deluxe resort hotels. These include:
 Great Britain: Welcombe Hotel and Golf Course, Stratford-Upon-Avon
 Turnberry Hotel and Golf Courses, Ayrshire, Scotland
 Italy: Hotel Cipriani and Palazzo Vendramin, Venice
 Villa San Michele, Florence
 Hotel Splendido, Portofino
 Portugal: Hotel Quinta do Lago, Algarve
 South Africa: Mount Nelson Hotel, Capetown
 Francourt Hotel, George
 South America: Copacabana Palace Hotel, Rio de Janeiro
 United States: The Lodge at Vail, Colorado
 Windsor Court, New Orleans
 Bahamas: Windermere Island Club, Eleuthera
 For more information and reservations, contact Orient-Express Hotels Inc. toll-free in the United States and Canada: 800-237-1236.
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 /CONTACT: Julianne Schindler of Orient-Express Hotels, 212-302-5055, or Theodora Simons, 212-303-5572, for Orient-Express Hotels/ CO: Orient-Express Hotels ST: IN: LEI SU: SM -- NYHFNS1 -- 5034 01/30/92 07:21 EST
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