The clock is ticking. Out of ideas for Valentine's Day? Hyatt's here to help. All of our hotels help guests put their mark on this lovers' holiday, but we're highlighting a handful of locations. Be sure to contact the hotels with the links below for more information or reservations.
A gondola ride - in Arizona. Think Italy, but in Arizona. Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch's gondolas have seen more than 100 wedding proposals in the past year! A ride is free with dinner at Alto ristorante e bar, or hop on for $10 per person.
Chocolate and wine. February 10-14, Peaks Lounge at Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center pairs 20 chocolates from around the world (about 400 pounds throughout the weekend, actually!) with champagne, port, red and dessert wines. Top it off with more than 20 desserts by Executive Chef Manfred Steuerwald. It's $18 per person per station or $60 for all four stations. For reservations, call 303-486-4433.
S'mores and stargazing. Take a fun camping trip, not a school-mandated one. The Friday or Saturday before or after Valentine's Day, roast s'mores by campfire at Hyatt Regency Los Pines and learn a few things about the sky on a guided tour of constellations.
Pure luxury. Grand Hyatt Seattle's My Suite Valentine package in the Onyx Suite includes Veuve Clicquot Champagne, breakfast in bed, and even a $500 Tiffany & Co. gift card. You won't have to lift a finger an in-room massage for two, concierge service, Grand Club Lounge access, valet parking and late check-out.
What are you doing for Valentine's Day?