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7 Essential Hotel Amenities for Valentine's Day

Features & Advice | Patrick Clarke | February 11, 2016

7 Essential Hotel Amenities for Valentine's Day

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A hotel is the ideal setting for Valentine's Day, providing the comfort and privacy required for romance.

While guests' options will vary based on their accommodations, consider these seven amenities essential to a memorable February 14th stay.


Some hotels will greet guests with complimentary chocolate around Valentine's Day. But either way, this aphrodisiac is easy to find and enjoy.


If celebration had a taste, it would be champagne. Fortunately, most hotels have bottles and glasses on hand that can be conveniently delivered to your room or suite upon request.

Just be careful where you aim the bottle when popping the cork.

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Plush Bed

This one is self-explanatory but can be enhanced with some well-placed rose petals.

Breakfast in Bed

Since Valentine's Day falls on a Sunday this year, what better way to kick off the holiday than breakfast in bed?

This way you both get to enjoy the most important meal of the day together in private.

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Jacuzzi Tub

A jacuzzi tub is undoubtedly a great way to relax and forget whatever you were arguing about earlier, making it the perfect place to unwind with your significant other this Valentine's Day.


If your hotel has an on-site spa, a couples massage is a must. 

Or, if you forgot to purchase a gift for your valentine, treat them to a relaxing solo experience. 


If there was ever a holiday when it made sense to wear a bathrobe for an extended period of time, it's Valentines Day. Monogrammed or not, they're super comfortable, cover up just enough, and come off easy.


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