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Getaway to Logan's Anniversary Inn


Looking for a romantic weekend getaway? The Anniversary Inn, just a short drive away in Logan, is famous for its 33 elaborately themed suites that allow couples to escape to a world of fantasy without even leaving the state. --- Upon check-in, enjoy freshly baked cookies and a bottle of sparkling cider, with cheesecake in the fridge for later, and a hot breakfast delivered to your room in the morning.

Wishing you could visit Sin City, but Vegas is just too far away? The inn's Vegas Nights suite comes with a jetted tub, a poker table, and a king-size round bed surrounded by a mural of the Vegas skyline. The "Rich's Drive-In" suite showcases small-town drive-in Americana with a bed in the back of a red Ford pickup and a replica diner counter with popcorn and soda. If the ancient world is more your style, walk like an Egyptian to the Nefertiti's Court suite, where you can relax in the company of Ancient Egyptian-style decor and feel like a pharaoh in the jacuzzi tub.

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