Valentine’s Day travel deals to save while you splurge this year

Chances are that you and your loved one haven’t had a date in a long time. Or if so, it’s the once a year watching kids during a pandemic, which often doesn’t end as satisfactorily as you expected.

With winter weather and busy schedules, you want to be pampered at any time of the year and have time for yourself. What better way to reconnect than through a romantic vacation together? No matter what budget you and yours have for your Valentine’s Day getaway, rest assured that this year there will be romantic packages and Valentine’s Day deals to suit every budget.

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If you want some alone time, check out Marriott Harbor Beach’s Hearts Over Harbor Beach package. The package includes a four night, five day stay in an Oceanfront Presidential Suite, romantic decor, daily breakfast in bed, a private yacht charter and helicopter tour, a private shopping experience, a couples massage, a barefoot dining experience and much more for $19,350.

If you’re cheaper, Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts offers a romance package called Stay (avec amour) that includes double room accommodation, daily breakfast, and welcome chocolates and cocktails at over 35 hotels around the world. Plus, it’s part of Marriott Bonvoy, which means Bonvoy members can save even more on their stays!

Grand Palladium Hotels & Resorts and TRS Resorts are offering up to 55 percent off their Never-Ending Love promotion stays with code LOVE. Palladium Rewards members can also save even more. Secrets Resorts & Spas by AMR Collection also offers the Love. Unlimited. Package that includes up to 40 percent savings, a couples massage, breakfast in bed and more.

Those wanting to explore a new destination a little further south can look no further than Nevis, the sister island of St Kitts and the birthplace of America’s Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. This lush island has some incredible resort deals for the month of February.

Oualie Beach Resort is offering a Valentine’s Special for two that includes a complimentary upgrade to a seven-night beachfront cottage with one king bed, a couples massage, and a romantic dinner for two for $1,800 from now through the end of February .

Aerial view of the Four Seasons Resort Nevis. (Photo via Four Seasons Resorts)

Those looking for a luxury resort on the island can enjoy a stay at Four Seasons Resort Nevis, which is offering its $9,700 Seasons of Love package through December 15 of this year. Guests can enjoy a one-bedroom pool studio, a curated Spotify playlist, exclusive spa access, and more.

While it’s easy to find resorts and hotels that offer discounts on Valentine’s Day stays, there are more ways to save while you travel. Air travelers can take their airport game to the next level by purchasing a Plaza Premium Lounge Pass, which offers access to lounges at over 70 airports worldwide including Budapest, Hong Kong, Cancun, Vancouver, San Francisco and many more. Air travelers can now buy one pass and buy a second one fifty percent cheaper. The lounges provide an elevated retreat before, after and between flights where travelers can rest, eat and work.

Passes are also cheaper than most flight upgrades, so even on an international flight you can still indulge in Economy Class in the airport lounge between connecting flights. Some lounges even offer ALLWAYS service, which includes perks like limousine transfers, testing procedures, baggage handling, and more.

Some airlines even offer romantic vacation discounts. Southwest is now offering deals for just $59 through February 14 on flights booked at least 21 days in advance through May 18, 2022, including international flights to destinations like Turks & Caicos and Puerto Rico.

There are tons of Valentine’s Day deals and packages; this is by no means an exhaustive list. Make sure you do a good research on the accommodation, flight options and more at your destination of choice to get big savings so you can splurge in other areas e.g. B. to spoil yourself and your significant other.

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