Slacking on the Valentine's planning? It's not too late to put together a surprise that'll make your sweetie swoon. We've rounded up a few of our favorite Valentine's packages around the state to get you started. Whether it's a rustic mountain getaway or a sexy night in the city, these trips will bring out the romantic in anyone. (You can thank us later.)
Write Your Own Love Story at the St. Regis Aspen: Few things are more romantic than a handwritten love letter. Write your sweet nothings down on paper and the concierge will deliver the notes to your loved one throughout the day. The package comes with a deluxe king room, bottle of champagne, couples massage, breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the St. Regis, and two one-day lift tickets to Aspen Mountain. $1,499 per couple. For reservations call 1-888-454-9005.
Close the Deal at Denver's Hotel Monaco: This package has everything you need to "close the deal", including deluxe quarters, champagne delivery, turndown service with rose petals, treats from Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, and breakfast for two at Panzano. $239 per couple. For reservations call 303-296-1717.
Make Whoopee (pies) at The Mining Exhange: Head south to Colorado Springs for a getaway guaranteed to be filled with whoopee—pies, that is. The deal includes a bottle of champagne delivered to your room, a 2 p.m. check-out, and a gourmet whoopee pie-making kit featuring chocolate discs and three kinds of sinful filling. Upgrade to a suite for just $25 more. $149 per couple. For reservations call 1-877-999-3223.
Aspen Lodge's Simply Sweetheart Getaway: This package comes with all the traditional Valentine's trimmings—champagne, chocolates, breakfast in bed, a couples massage—even a romantic sleigh ride. Bundle up with your sweetie and take in the beauty of Estes Park. $389 per couple. For reservations call 970-586-8133.
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