Famous attractions. Enticing entertainment. Great dining. Relaxing experiences. There’s a lot to love about Las Vegas. Go all in with the one you’re head over heels for and have a romantic Valentine’s Day in Vegas, one of the most exciting cities in the world.
Believe it or not, you and your Valentine can actually spend time, rather than money, on the Strip. The Fountains of Bellagio and Mirage volcano are both must-see attractions. Here’s the best part: they’re all free. You gotta love that!
Couple’s Spa Treatments
Pamper yourself like never before and let your senses soar as you relax and unwind in the tranquil surrounding of a posh spa room. Saffron Las Vegas offers invigorating European facials, soothing Swedish massages, scented foot scrubs, scalp massages and the popular Saffron Signature Hot Stone Massage. Packages like Delicious Duet and The Couples Escape are sure to rejuvenate the most discriminating guests. Get ready to indulge with your Valentine’s Day date.
Venetian Gondola Rides
There’s something truly romantic about sitting next to the one you love in an authentic Venetian gondola. Snuggle up and enjoy an enchanting boat ride along the Grand Canal. You’ll be guided by a singing gondolier who will gracefully take you past cafes in lively plazas, beneath balconies and under bridges. This charming float through Venice, Italy can be enjoyed during a Valentine’s Day vacation in Vegas—at The Venetian hotel.
Dinner at the Eiffel Tower
In a town of excess, it’s not surprising you can take a glass elevator to the 11th floor of the Eiffel Tower and have a meal. As you might expect, exceptional French cuisine is always on the menu. Savor crepes with artichoke and roasted tomato coulis or try the Foie Gras Torchon with duck prosciutto, fig and brioche.
If you’re lucky enough to sit by the window, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant will satisfy your craving for awe-inspiring views. Here’s something else for you to chew on: this fine dining establishment is widely recognized as one of the best date restaurants in Las Vegas.
Of all the places to say “I do” in Las Vegas, Little White Wedding Chapel is among the most famous. Stars and celebrities favor this spot to tie the knot or renew their vows. Some make it a family tradition, following in the footsteps of their parents and grandparents who also decided get married on the premises. Have friends and family who live out of town and can’t make it to your wedding? No problem, they can watch your marriage take place for free via a live WebCam.
You can even get hitched by the King during an Elvis-themed ceremony at the Graceland Wedding Chapel. No need for anything formal here, just put on your blue suede shoes and zip up your sequined jump suit.