Romantic Ski Getaways for Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to plan a weekend getaway. What’s better than looking out at a beautiful view of snowy mountains from a hot tub? What about a couple’s massage after a day of skiing? Here are some of the best spots for a romantic adventure in the mountains.
Park City, Utah
Park City is just a half-hour drive from Salt Lake City and offers a charming atmosphere, plus amazing ski resorts. This historic mountain town was once a silver mining town in the 1800s. Step into history on Historic Main Street, which offers amazing food, live music, and over 200 unique businesses.
For a luxurious stay, book your getaway at the Stein Eriksen Lodge. This five-star hotel blends sophistication with comfort and provides everything you’ll need – including ski-in/ski-out access. The Stein Lodge hosts Utah’s only five-star spa. Here you can get a variety of services like a couple’s massage followed by “Time for Two” with a gourmet charcuterie board in front of a fireplace.
Don’t stay inside the whole time – be sure to take a romantic sleigh ride, or go winter horseback riding! Enjoy a meal for two, and beautiful views, at Park City Mountain Resort’s Lookout Cabin. Here are some other lodging options around Park City.
Aspen is a beautiful destination at any time of year, but for a truly romantic getaway, you should stay at the five-star hotel The Little Nell. It offers ski-in/ski-out access to Aspen Mountain as well as exceptional service from staff who go out of their way to accommodate guests. “The Nell” Health Center’s spa services include facials and massages with the option of in-room massages. Check out these other lodging options around the Aspen Snowmass area!
At the base of the mountain, you’ll find some of the finest shops and restaurants in town. Our Aspen Local Guide offers insider tips on where to go for the best food, like the wild game at the Pine Creek Cookhouse, and exciting adventures like Krabloonik Dogsledding.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
If you’re looking for more of a Wild West rustic feel, Jackson Hole is the place for you. In the Town Square, you’ll actually find four arches made out of local Elk antlers. You can even go ice skating If you’re feeling adventurous, stay at the Bentwood Inn eco-lodge. It is one of National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World, and it was built from 200-year old logs from Yellowstone National Park.
If you want a more boutique stay, cozy up to a fireplace at Caldera House. They offer 24-hour spa access and personalized adventure packages including snowmobiling, heli-skiing, a sleigh ride through the National Elk Refuge, and so much more! Jackson Hole has these other lodging options as well.
Enjoy a candlelit dinner at Snake River Grill, or get wild at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar with live music and saddles as barstool seats. Check out our Local Guide to Jackson Hole for other fun spots to visit while you’re there.
It’s right in the name – this spot really is Heavenly! South Lake Tahoe combines the best of both worlds with breathtaking views and booming nightlife. If you’re here for a party, stay at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. With a 25,000 square foot casino and live shows, you’ll have fun all night and maybe even run into your favorite musician.
Get away from the crowds with a stay at the Edgewood Tahoe Lodge. They offer a “Romance Package” that includes a 2‑night stay, champagne, chocolate-covered strawberries, and a couple’s massage at their spa. Instead of the casino, end your night by taking in the lakefront views at The Bistro or Edgewood Restaurant located in the lodge.
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