The Most Romantic Places to Spend Valentine’s Day

From Europe’s heritage-rich cities to the mountains of New Zealand and California’s cliff-tops, some of the world’s most romantic settings are home to impossibly luxurious hotels, lodges and resorts. We’ve picked out some of the most outstanding properties from this elite offering, where guests are ensured an unforgettable Valentine’s stay.

Las Ventanas al Paraiso, a Rosewood Resort, Mexico

Situated on the tip of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, between the historic town San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, the Rosewood Resort Las Ventanas al Paraiso overlooks both the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, making it an extraordinarily scenic and wildlife-rich setting. This already magical location then becomes even more special with the hotel’s exclusive once-in-a-lifetime experiences; gaze up in awe at your own bespoke fireworks display, sip champagne under the starlit sky, and dine in the resort’s impressive wine cellar.

Necker Island, British Virgin Islands

There aren’t many settings more romantic than a private island in the Caribbean. And Richard Branson’s Necker Island is without doubt one of the most exclusive. This Valentine’s Day, couples have the opportunity to book an individual room instead of reserving the entire island for a group of 34 friends and family, making it perfect excuse for a romantic escape for two. On the island, guests can look out to sea from the freshwater pools and any one of the island’s outstanding dining venues.

The Ritz Paris, France

The Ritz has long been one of Paris’s most iconic hotels, and it has continued to surpass all expectations since its four-year $200 million refurbishment and 2016 grand reopening. In its location on the city’s prestigious Place Vendome, the hotel is a picture of timeless romance, with each room lavishly exhibiting the palace’s grand heritage. On Valentine’s Day, guests can tuck into the Valentine’s tasting menu, which has been carefully curated by Pastry Chef Francois Perret, featuring decadent dishes and daring flavor pairings.

Aman Venice, Italy

Along with Paris, Venice is one of Europe’s most romantic destinations. Here, it’s the ornate Renaissance architecture and maze of canals that people find most enticing. And the splendor of Aman Venice just adds to this appeal, situated right on the city’s Grand Canal,while exhibiting the style of architecture and interiors that are typical to the city. Of course, the local cuisine plays a role in any trip to Italy, and a stay at Aman is no exception. Here, Executive Chef Andrea Torre uses local ingredients to create modern interpretations of Italian classics.

Source: Lauren Jade Hill – Elite Traveller

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