Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. Here are some ideas on how to spend it with the one you love.
A horse drawn carriage ride through the city. You can make reservations with Carriages of Colorado.
Eat at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Peaks Lounge and enjoy the amazing view.
Book a Spa Day at The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa.
You can board the Royal Gorge Railroad to make this an unforgettable Valentine’s Day. On Saturdays you can have a 3 course meal or an afternoon tea at the Royal Gorge Mansion.
Paint and sip at a local art studio such as Painting with a Twist in Colorado Springs.
Enjoy a sumptuous meal at Flagstaff House Restaurant.
Try your luck at the Blackhawk Casino.
Get dessert at the D Bar in Denver.
Spend the night at a Bed and Breakfast. Boulder has several B&Bs including the Bradley Boulder Inn, Briar Rose Bed and Breakfast, and the Alps Boulder Canyon Inn.
Soak in a hot springs. The Iron Mountain Hot Springs in Glenwood Springs is a family favorite.
Stop by My Brother’s Bar (the oldest still operating bar in Denver) for a beer.
Rent a secluded cabin and disconnect from the world.
Practice yoga on top of a mountain.
Stroll through the Garden of the Gods.
Escape to a local (or not so local) coffee house. City on a Hill Coffee & Expresso in Leadville is a local favorite.
Enjoy a day at the park with your family. Bring a picnic lunch.
Get away to the St. Regis Aspen Resort in Aspen and spoil the one you love.
Enjoy a fairy tale romantic retreat at the Cliff House at Pikes Peak in Manitou Springs.
Luxuriate at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs. This late 19thcentury hotel is set along the shores of Cheyenne Lake.
The McGregor Mountain Lodge in Estes Park offers special Valentine’s Day packages that include fresh flowers, chocolates, and complimentary snowshoes. You will enjoy magnificent views of the mountains and might be lucky enough to spot wildlife at your door. Sleigh rides, ice skating and hot tubs are all available to enjoy.
Dunton Hot Springs in Dolores is in a wilderness setting within a restored 19thcentury ghost town.
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