5 Ritzy And Romantic Ways To Spend Valentine’s Day In Las Vegas

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching on February 14, dinner reservations are a no brainer. Pretty much all Las Vegas restaurants, from Guy Savoy to White Castle, are booking tables for two (and we’re guessing you’d like to nab a spot at the former).

But dinner is just the 24-karat gold dust on top of a decadent Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas. From letting go of stress to getting down on one knee, there are many ways to spend the day (and your cash). Here’s a handful of ritzy, romantic ideas for couples on Valentine’s Day.

Romantic Rub Down

One is the loneliest number on Valentine’s Day at JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa, so instead book the Bubbles and Ice Package, a couple’s massage for two.

Photo Credit: JW Marriott Resort & Spa

Mellow out and raise your glass to the Bubbles on Ice Package at JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa. Couples receive a glass of Champagne, plus a side-by-side 100-minute Himalayan Salt Massage. The body treatment is then followed by a decadent chocolate facial. Pretty sweet.

The Couple’s Heart Chakra Treatment at ESPA at Vdara balances hearts and minds with a therapeutic hot stone massage and relaxing scalp treatment. Your relationship will flourish long after your treatments with the positive energy of a takeaway rose quartz heart crystal.

For an exclusive (and elusive) spa day, The Waldorf Astoria Spa has a “secret menu” of February spa treatments, including the Couples Clay Paint, where your bodies are the canvas, and the Toes Up Together treatment for two. Each comes with a take-home gift so you can continue the romance at home.


Cocktails With Your Cutie

With the Rosés Are Red cocktail, you won’t feel blue on Valentine’s Day at Wynn Las Vegas.

Photo Credit: Jeff Green

Don’t feel blue on Valentine’s Day with the Rosés Are Red cocktail (Grey Goose Lla Vanille vodka, Lillet rosé, Giffard Rhubarb liqueur, Champagne, strawberry and lemon), available at any Wynn Las Vegas fine-dining restaurant or casino lounge.

Share some Strawberry Kisses (Grey Goose vodka, St. Germain, Perrier-Jouet Brut Champagne, lime, lavender bitters and strawberry) or cut right to the chase with the I ❤️ Whisky (Woodford Reserve bourbon, blackberries, thyme, mint syrup, lemon, atomized Lagavulin 16-year-old scotch) at ALIBI Ultra Lounge inside Aria Resort & Casino.

The Venetian Cocktail CollectiveThe Dorsey, Rosina or Electra Cocktail Club—will offer a bottle of Moët Rosé Champagne, paired with artisanal strawberry cotton candy and chocolate-covered strawberries. Later in the evening (around 9 p.m.), the team at Rosina will pair cocktails with hand-selected chocolates from famed French chocolatier Debauve & Gallais.


Sunset Above the Strip

Love is in the air on a luxury helicopter ride over the world-famous Las Vegas Strip.

Photo Credit: Maverick Helicopters

Maverick Helicopters and Lip Smacking Foodie Tours know that two is better than one on Valentine’s Day. The companies have paired up to offer a one-of-a-kind, two-in-one dining and helicopter package, Savory Bites & Neon Lights.

The experience starts with an exclusive tasting at five high-end restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip. You trade never-ending waiting lists for immediate, reserved seating (hard to come by on Valentine’s Day) and three to four insta-worthy signature dishes at each hotspot. A Champagne toast follows at Maverick Helicopters’ private Las Vegas terminal and then a luxury helicopter flight above the Strip.

One lucky couple will take their romance to new heights with the VIP Romance Package for Two from Sundance Helicopters on February 14. The tour begins with a stretch limousine ride to the Sundance Helicopters terminal, followed by a Champagne toast. Next, the couple will be flown over the city and land on a private bluff near Red Rock, where they’ll experience chocolate covered strawberries and hors-d’oeuvres by a fire pit while wearing cruelty-free fur coats (on loan) and taking in the sunset views of the Las Vegas skyline. The helicopter returns after sunset over the lights of the Las Vegas Strip.

Love truly is in the air!


Show of Love

Three-time Grammy Award-winning The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil features passionate performances by world-class aerialists, acrobats and dancers.

Photo Credit: Cirque du Soleil

This Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas, all you need is The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil. The three-time Grammy Award-winning show at the Mirage Hotel and Casino brings the Fab Four’s music and lyrics to life through the passionate performances of world-class aerialists, acrobats and dancers.

The show has entertained the likes of legendary Beatles Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr. The music was remixed and remastered by LOVE musical director Giles Martin, son of legendary Beatles producer George Martin.

For a more exclusive experience, the Toast To Love VIP Experience includes a behind-the-scenes tour, photo meet and greet with the artists, a drink, and the best seats in the house:


Bling, Bling, Give Her A Ring

Tiffany & Co. rings will add some shimmer to your step on Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas.

Photo Credit: Tiffany & Co.

For an elegant V. Day gift, sans proposal, the new Eurydice jewelry collection from LALIQUE at The Shops at Crystals pays tribute to one of the most famous stories of eternal love in Greek mythology. The new Trois Hirondelles jewelry collection, meanwhile, symbolizes good fortune, making it the perfect gift for Las Vegas.

If you decide to cap off your Valentine’s Day by popping the question, Tiffany & Co. at the Bellagio Hotel and Casino (and three other locations on the Las Vegas Strip), has the iconic Tiffany True engagement ring. This is the Marriage Capital of the World, after all.

 

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