- find & book
- Meetings & Events
We do not recognize the email address or Joy of Life Club ID you submitted, or the secret question or answer was incorrect
We can send your password to the email address you used to create your account
Still having difficulties?
Call or email for assistance.855-871-8547 email@example.com
An email has been sent to your address:
Please follow the instructions in the email to login to your account.
San Francisco (February 22, 2013) - Joie de Vivre Hotels is partnering with the esteemed Asian Art Museum to offer a fierce “Terracotta Warriors” package at nine of its San Francisco hotels from February 22 to May 12, 2013.
Celebrating the San Francisco debut of “China’s Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor’s Legacy,” on view from February 22 through May 27, 2013, Joie de Vivre’s packages include a one-night hotel stay and two VIP tickets valued at $44 to this extraordinary traveling exhibition. Perfect for those with a penchant for Asian and military history, these VIP tickets provide exclusive priority access into the enigmatic world of Ancient Imperial China and the First Emperor’s quest for immortality.
The Asian Art Museum is the only U.S. West Coast venue to showcase ten of the life-size terracotta figures -- buried with China’s First Emperor, Qin Shihuang, for his protection in the afterlife -- plus more than 100 rare objects from his great tomb complex.
Package rates begin at $139 and vary depending on the hotel and dates selected. For more information on the “Terracotta Warriors” packages and to book, please visit: http://www.jdvhotels.com/terracotta-warriors-exhibit/ .
About China’s Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor’s Legacy Exhibit (February 22-May 27, 2013)
First unearthed in 1974, the underground burial complex of China’s unifying First Emperor Qin Shihuang (259-210 BCE) is a revelation for the ages as an astonishing discovery on par with Egypt’s mummies and tombs. China's Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor's Legacy features more than 120 rare artifacts from the enormous tomb complex of China’s First Emperor (259–210 BCE) and early Qin dynasty burial chambers. Highlights include ten life-size terracotta figures—the maximum number permitted outside China in a single exhibition—plus several newly discovered artifacts, from bronze weapons, sculptures of waterfowl, and a ceremonial limestone suit of armor to tiny gold figurines. Together, the objects provide an evocative picture of the First Emperor’s rise to power and his quest for immortality.
For more information, visit www.asianart.org.
About Joie de Vivre Hotels
Since its founding in San Francisco in 1987, Joie de Vivre has made curating authentically local and eclectic experiences its signature. Each one of Joie de Vivre's more than 30 hotels is an original concept designed to reflect its location and engage the five senses. Today, the innovative hospitality company manages the largest collection of boutique hotels and resorts in California and is expanding outside the state with hotels in Honolulu, Chicago and Scottsdale, Arizona. Joie de Vivre is a Commune Hotels & Resorts brand.
Editor’s Note: Participating hotels include Galleria Park Hotel, Hotel Carlton, Hotel Del Sol, Hotel Kabuki, Hotel Rex, Hotel Tomo, Hotel Vitale, Laurel Inn and The Phoenix Hotel.
Karolina Kielbowicz, Director of Public Relations
Joie de Vivre Hotels