Bind Your Love and Heat up Your Relationship with Special Dining Menus, Heart Pumping Experiences and Relaxing Spa Treatments


LAS VEGAS – Love fills the air in Las Vegas this Valentine’s Day weekend with experiences that’ll have your special someone soaring to cloud nine. Across the destination, world-class restaurants, spas and nightlife venues will set the mood for the ultimate romantic getaway.  Sweethearts from across the country will be able to book their air and hotel packages on to celebrate their love and passion for one another in one of the world’s most romantic destinations.


Culinary Creations for Two

Foodies know that aphrodisiacs can spice up a meal. This year, guests will be able to treat themselves to a luxurious experience they won’t forget at the Michelin three star-rated Joël Robuchon at MGM Grand. The 16-course degustation menu will surely impress any food aficionado. Top the evening off with a few dessert options from Sensi at Bellagio. The restaurant will feature a spectacular dessert tower this Valentine’s Day, with three tiers of treats to choose from.


Visitors can also step inside Caesars Palace for a decadent dinner for two. Guests will find an extravagant 10-course tasting meal with signature dishes at Restaurant Guy Savoy. At Serendipity 3, chefs will be cooking up a tempting "Adam and Eve Special."


A special dinner and show package will be available for fans of Fantasy at Luxor Hotel and Casino. Available Feb. 1-28, guests can purchase the "Get a Heart On" package that includes tickets to the show and a prix fixe menu at either Tacos & Tequila or Rice & Company. Prices start at $ 140 per person.


Special romance-themed menus will also set the mood at LAVO inside The Palazzo, TAO at The Venetian, Public House Las Vegas at Luxor Hotel and Casino, Hussong’s Cantina at Mandalay Bay, Strip House and PBR Rock Bar inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Top of the World Restaurant and McCall’s Heartland Grill at the Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower and The Barrymore at Royal Resort.


Guests can also boycott the day of affection with a "Love Bites" four-course prix fixe menu at Sugar Factory American Brasserie inside Paris Las Vegas. It features creamy garlic soup and dry-rubbed BBQ pork ribs served with "bleeding heart" arancini.


The Love Potion

Libations are another way to get the heart pumping during Valentine’s Day weekend. Caesars Palace will feature the Cherry Drop Martini at Rao’s, which is topped with delectable candy hearts. At Wynn Las Vegas a new seductive cocktail called Cupids Kiss will be available at Parasol Up and Parasol Down.


Senor Frogs located inside Treasure Island welcomes singles and lovers alike on Feb. 14 with an open bar with well vodka cocktails for ladies starting at 8 p.m. Valentine’s Day revelers can also kick start their desires by visiting Rhumbar at The Mirage, where ladies will receive a special treat that includes any house cocktail with a flavored cigar.


Hyde Bellagio at Bellagio will offer complimentary wine tasting on Feb. 14. The weekly wine event, Vino Thursdays, will start at 7 p.m. followed by live music at 9 p.m. for a special Valentine’s Day edition.


Those who are missing a little love in their life can visit Sammy Hagar’s Cabo Wabo Cantina at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. The rockin’ music spot will host a "Love Stinks, Let’s Drink" party on Feb. 14, where partygoers are encouraged to get over their ex with anti-Valentine’s Day shots and cocktails.


Love and Pamper Your Body 

Couples will be able to celebrate their love while treating their bodies and minds to relaxation at world-class spas across the Strip. Loved ones can enjoy a massage for two at Canyon Ranch SpaClub at The Venetian or indulge in a fruit and chocolate facial or chocolate-dipped strawberry pedicure.


The Spa at Encore offers the perfect retreat for sweethearts with a 105-minute treatment that includes a steam shower and massage. The luxurious and extravagant "Choco Latte Body Buff" is also available at The Spa at Wynn Las Vegas.


The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino offers a lavish couple’s package called the "Diamond & Drum Sticks" massage at Reliquary Water Sanctuary & Spa. Guests can also rejuvenate with the "Cupid’s Cupcake" treatment at South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa, or indulge with their "Sugar & Spice – Twice as Nice" couple’s treatment that includes a buttery milk bath followed by sugar scrub micro polish and organic pumpkin mud mask.


Show Your Love

Divas Las Vegas at The Quad will offer a two-for-one special this Valentine’s Day. Guests will enjoy the 75-minute, over-the-top celebrity impersonation production presented by comedy icon, Frank Marino.


Blue Man Group inside the Monte Carlo will offer several Valentine’s Day show packages that include specialty dinner menus at various restaurants with prices starting at $ 129 a person.


Explore the Exotic Side of Romance

A romantic and unique experience awaits couples at The Mirage’s Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat. The "Fall in Love Again Package" allows visitors to pose with a dolphin and take home a box of chocolates. This package will be available Feb. 13 – 17 for $ 79 per person.


Moorea Beach Club at Mandalay Bay offers couples a delightful way to heat up the chilly winter nights alongside a cozy beachside fire pit. Delighted twosomes can enjoy a s’mores package that includes all the fixings to make a romantic evening.


A thrilling way to take the love plunge is with a Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon zip line tour. Guest’s hearts will skip a beat when they drop 450-feet within the first 15 seconds. Enjoy this double date for $ 438.


Tie Your Heart Strings Together

Las Vegas is the wedding capitol of the world and couples can make the ultimate commitment on the busiest "I Do" day of the year. Special packages are available at The Neon Museum starting at $ 777 and Wynn Las Vegas with "The Forever" package for $ 990.


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