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Photo courtesy of Junxion
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The Paper Factory Hotel in Long Island City will host a Valentine's Day experience on Feb. 11.

The Paper Factory Hotel in Long Island City will host an early Valentine’s Day event on Feb. 11 where guests can choose their own experience.

Located at 37-06 36th St., the hotel will present “Heart Shaped Box,” where snake charmers, racy tarot card readings, interactive installations, DJs including Miss Sabado, 2Melo, $mall Change, and live acts including Zeb the Spy from Cairo, Avalon Jazz and Acapella Soul will entertain guests.

 

Visitors will be able to choose from three experiences or can purchase tickets for all three. The hotel has partnered with event planning company Junxion NYC to create each event.

From 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., the hotel will serve The Grand Feast, a multi-course dinner “geared toward an aphrodisiac appetite with themed dishes and cocktails.” There will also be surprise performances and musical acts.

A Celebration of Love will take place between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m. and guests are encouraged to “dance the night away” with DJ performances.

People can also choose to attend A Secluded Soiree, “where guests can make use of the serene, secret spaces that will alight divine delights for all the senses.” Visitors can purchase the Golden Ticket for all three experiences.

Tickets range from $25 for the early bird special to $80 for the Golden Ticket. You must be 21 or older to attend.

To purchase tickets, visit this website.

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