We’ve scoured the romance vacation packages presented by hotels, inns and resorts around the world.
Nautilus by Arlo — Miami, Florida
Picture this: You fly into Miami and get picked up by a private chauffeur who shuttles you to a luxurious penthouse above the beach. Champagne awaits — you can either drink it on your private balcony, or in the sumptuous soaking tub.
Next, you’ll hop aboard a seaplane, skimming the Atlantic for heart-pumping thrills and gorgeous views. At last, retire to a private three-course dinner with your amour — sealing the deal with a couples massage.
In the morning, eat breakfast in bed and then lounge by the pool in your own private cabana. Nautilus by Arlo’s Love and Luxe package includes a daily wine hour and 24/7 café.
Drawing inspiration from the classic Nicholas Sparks novel The Notebook, Harbour View Inn’s Allie & Noah romance package begins with a dozen red roses and petals scattered on the bed. Tour Old South plantations draped in Spanish moss, and delight in complimentary ice cream and a $100 gift card to premium sea food restaurant High Cotton.
You’ll also get to surprise your sweetie with a romantic message displayed on the historic American Theater marquee downtown.
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Imagine sitting next to a fireplace with Pacific waves lapping the sand only a few feet away. At cozy, Victorian-style Little River Inn, the Rustic Romance package includes a two-night stay in an ocean-view room with your very own gas-powered fireplace.
You’ll also receive a romantic private dinner for two, breakfast and a map to the “Kissing Benches of Little River,” in case you want to move your dual reverie outside.
Oh, and you’ll receive a couples’ gift before you leave. The Little River Inn souvenir backpack is stuffed with goodies like fudge, lip balm — for kissing, we presume — water bottles and more.
Two-night packages start at $640
Best for: Couples that want an intimate coastal escape
It’s la dolce vita for two in the heart of Florence, a city bursting with romance — and gelato. Hotel Lungarno’s Romance Getaway vacation package includes a tour of the city in a quintessential Fiaccherai horse-drawn carriage.
You’ll also get free entry into the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum in the Palazzo Spini Ferroni, three nights of accommodations, wine and flowers upon arrival, daily breakfast and €100 credit for food and drink.
Best for: Stylish couples with a soft spot for Tuscany
On an island in the Arabian Sea, this resort’s Moments for two vacation package is dreamy. There’s champagne and a three-course, candlelit dinner.
Where? On the patio of your own private villa, of course.
Together, soak in an ultra-luxe “Dhvehi Bath” complete with rose petals, scented oils and candles — as if the ambiance needed more coaxing. During the day, scout dolphins on a champagne-and-canapé cruise. And you don’t even need to worry about doing your laundry — that’s covered too, along with complimentary breakfast.
Best for: Couples in need of a longer retreat — minimum stay is four days
Treat your SO like royalty by staying in a literal castle. This hotel has been open for over 100 years and features turrets, 5-star service and majestic mountain views.
Its Romantic Indulgence package includes two nights in a custom-decorated room, a bottle of champagne and a two-hour Turkish steam treat complete with couples massages. After being thoroughly pampered, indulge in a gourmet dinner and sommelier-selected wines at Le Grill.
This isn’t technically a Valentine’s day package — but it’s too romantic to resist. The Skyscrapers to Slopes package from Nine Zero starts in Boston, but after two days in B-town you’ll be whisked away via private helicopter to a dreamy cottage in Manchester Village, Vermont.
From there, glide the Stratton Mountain slopes with your complimentary lift passes, then relax with a private in-room yoga session, two 60-minute massages, personalized cocktails, a Vermont cheese tray and an “individualized s’mores experience.”
Also included? Breakfast and dinner at two gourmet restaurants — Better Sorts in Boston and Copper Grouse in Vermont.
Best for: Couples that love the East Coast as much as they love each other
Tuck away on the 14th with Hotel Monaco’s For the Love of Oysters package. Get lost in your sweetheart’s eyes at a private candlelit dinner at classy Fisk & Co seafood restaurant, and enjoy an oyster shucking demo with expert champagne pairings.
You’ll also get a five-course chef’s tasting menu with fancy drinks, a personal visit from the chef and two in-room spa treatments.
Rose petals, champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries are also included. Total bliss in the heartland.
Jumby Bay Island resort by the Oetker Collection — Antigua
We’ll start with what’s already included: all-day dining, complimentary cocktails, fine wines and champagne, three pools and leisure activities. But if that’s not enough to show your love, go for the Unforgettable Moments package. After enjoying a 60-minute couples massage, you’ll dine beneath the stars at a private beach dinner.
Set sail on a sunset cruise on Yennecot, the resort’s private yacht. Apart from the crew, it’ll just be your and your love on the Caribbean Sea.
Best for: Couples that want an all-included tropical beach vacation
When choosing Valentine’s Day vacation packages for this list, we looked for indulgent offers that go above and beyond the essentials of flowers, champagne and chocolate: curated experiences truly intended to surprise and delight. We prioritized hotels located in towns and cities that are lovely to explore as a couple, where natural beauty and intimate restaurants abound.
We also weighed the price point against the value proposed by each deal, selecting packages at a variety of price points that deliver the most bang for the buck. Finally, we paid attention to customer reviews, considering first-person experiences and each hotel’s overall reputation for delivering top-notch service.
More romantic vacation packages for Valentine’s Day
These hotels didn’t make the list, but their romantic Valentine’s Day packages might still be right for you and your honey.
Lanier Islands. Buford, Georgia. The Valentine’s Couples Getaway includes chocolate-covered strawberries, champagne and hot breakfast.
Hotel LeVeque.Columbus, Ohio. Its Romance Under the Stars package includes wine, rose petals and dinner for two.
Bungalows at Montage Resort.Laguna Beach, California. The Romantic Getaway package includes an oceanfront guestroom, wine and chocolate-covered strawberries, rose petals on the bed and $60 breakfast-in-bed room credit.
Ocean Key Resort and Spa.Key West, Florida. The Romance in Paradise package includes oceanfront accommodations, champagne, $100-per-day spa credit and $100-per-day food and beverage credit.
Grand Geneva Resort & Spa.Lake Geneva, Illinois. The Grand Romance Package includes two-night accommodates, truffles and red roses, a bottle of champagne, a $100 dining credit and a 15% discount at the spa.
Pronghorn Resort.Bend, Oregon. Its Valentine’s Weekend Special includes champagne, rose petals and strawberries plus $100 to use on food and beverages and an adults-only hot tub with mountain views.
The Houstonian Hotel, Club and Spa.Houston, Texas. Its Valentine’s to Remember package features deluxe accommodations, champagne and chocolate and access to the pool area.
Yes. There are plenty of romantic cruise lines that provide luxe all-included amenities and private staterooms with glittering ocean views.
In fact, the price you’d pay for a week-long premium cruise isn’t more than many of the vacation packages on this page — and actually much cheaper, in some cases.
If you don’t want to travel far for your amorous escape, simply search the web for Valentine’s Day hotel packages in your city. It’s pretty common for hotels to at least offer the standard champagne, chocolate and flowers — we’d guess there’s one in a city near you.
If you’re more of the country sort, browse romance packages offered by nearby bed-and-breakfasts. Or better yet, call a quiet inn to inquire about customizing a Valentine’s Day deal.
Romance packages aside, we recommend using Expedia to book luxe vacations at low prices — airfare included. Select All-inclusive options available under the Amenities filter when you’re browsing through options.
Amy Stoltenberg writes about lifestyle and money for Finder, researching the best options for shopping, banking, insurance and authentic travel experiences. After studying writing and fashion at Savannah College of Art and Design, she worked designing apparel at a corporate behemoth before opting for a career with unlimited travel time. When her laptop’s closed, she can be found wandering the streets looking for happy hour and hole-in-the-wall eateries.
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