Celebrate Valentine’s Day with these staycation deals


Just in time for Valentine’s Day, local tourism leaders are promoting a handful of deals perfectly designed for both visitors and county residents looking for a romantic getaway.

Discover The Palm Beaches, Palm Beach County’s official tourism marketing arm, has put together a list of specials and packages offered by local hotels and tourist attractions.

The specials include hotel and dining packages, Valentine’s Day cruises and a visit to the top of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse.

HOTEL & DINING EXPERIENCES

The Brazilian Court - Palm Beach

Now through June 30, 2018

Website: www.thebraziliancourt.com/specials-en.html

Inspired by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s favorite things, The Brazilian Court invites guests to live and love like Royals this Valentine’s Day with their “Royal Romance Suits You” package which includes luxury accommodations in one of the hotel’s signature suites, an introductory helicopter lesson, a half day coastal excursion via Royal Yacht Charters and more (including a bespoke necklace modeled after Megan’s engagement ring). 


The Breakers - Palm Beach

February 2018 

Website: https://www.thebreakers.com/

In celebration of Chocolate Month (February), The Breakers will be offering Valentine’s Day inspired menus, specialty cocktails and chocolate dessert specials in several restaurants, including The Flagler Steakhouse and Seafood Bar. On Valentine’s Day, The Flagler Steakhouse will host a “Valentine’s Night Experience” from 5:30-9pm, during which guests can enjoy a special 3-course prix-fixe menu that includes an exclusive surprise gift. 


PGA National Resort & Spa - Palm Beach Gardens

February 2018

Website: https://www.pgaresort.com 

The legendary golf resort offers a Spa gift card offer with massive savings, a bonus Spa package for couples the week of Valentine’s Day and a prix fixe dinner for couples a the restaurant the weekend before the holiday and the night of the holiday. Golf lovers will enjoy the newly-renovated Palmer Course and newly-renovated Champions Course, and spa lovers will feel spoiled with chocolate, Prosecco champagne and rose petals in the romance packages in the newly-renovated The Spa at PGA National


Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa - Manalapan

February 11 through February 15, 2018

Website: https://www.eaupalmbeach.com 

Enjoy a “Valentine’s Escape” resort package as you sip, spa and swoon with your special someone February 11th through 15th, 2018. Includes overnight accommodations in a luxury room or suite, welcome spa amenity and bottle of Veuve Clicquot and couples’ massage at Eau Spa. Or experience an oceanfront dinner under the stars in a private dining experience, including a Veuve Clicquot champagne toast, personal butler and selection of a three to five-course dinner in the “Valentine’s Oceanfront Cabana Dining” package. For “Dinner in Angle,” savor a five-course dinner – with each course featuring a hidden heart (for example, the salad may have heart-shaped carrots). 


The Chesterfield Palm Beach

Website: www.chesterfieldpb.com/offers/sweethearts-package 

Escape to Palm Beach for a glittering Valentine’s break that'll put you and your sweetie in the mood for easygoing togetherness. The historic hotel’s Sweethearts Package includes an overnight stay in a luxuriously appointed room or suite, a welcome gift, Continental breakfast for two, a copy of “The 12 Most Romantic Places to Kiss in Palm Beach," a romantic dinner in the legendary Leopard Lounge and Restaurant, a glass of champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries at turndown, complimentary valet parking, and complimentary WiFi. From just $505 per night with a two-night minimum stay. Call 561-659-5800 or email bookchpb@rchmail.com for reservations.


ROMANTIC ACTIVITIES & EXPERIENCES

The Spa at The Breakers

Website: www.thebreakers.com/activities/spa/

Perfect for couples, the Signature Spa Suite experience features its own steam shower, chromatherapy tub and semi-private garden terrace opening into the adjacent Spa Courtyard. Guests enjoy a four and a half hour experience that includes a body scrub or facial masque, full-body massage, custom facial and leisure time to enjoy the Spa Suite. 


Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

February 14, 2018 

Website: www.jupiterlighthouse.org/calendar/valentine-toast-at-the-top-3/

On Valentine’s Day lovers will have the chance to propose at the top of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse or share a lovely view with a special someone –an annual tradition started by Jupiter pioneers, Harry and Susan DuBois. Couples will get 15 minutes of romantic twilight and champagne for two. Tickets are $75 per couple.


Valentine's Day Catamaran Cruise

Visit Palm Beach - February 14, 2018

Website: www.visitpalmbeach.com/catamaran-adventures

Couples can enjoy a romantic sunset catamaran cruise for two along the Intercostal Waterway. While guests are welcome to bring their own wine, complimentary drinks and champagne will be provided. During the voyage, guests will have the opportunity to take in the sites of magnificent Palm Beach mansions and beaches. Tickets are $40 per person. 


Annual Strawberry Festival

West Palm Beach GreenMarket - February 10, 2018 

Website: www.wpb.org/Departments/Waterfront/Community-Events/West-Palm-Beach-Green-Market

The Annual Strawberry Festival allows visitors to purchase freshly made strawberry shortcakes and other delicious and locally sourced goodies. A “Strawberry Selfie Station” will be available, along with over 90 vendors selling fresh produce, flowers, herbs, gourmet and specialty foods and more. All proceeds from the festival will go to Hospice of Palm Beach County. 


Valentine's Day Escape Room Experiences

  • West Palm Beach Escape Rooms - February 1-14, 2018 

Website: www.WestPalmBeachEscapeRooms.com  

To celebrate this year’s season of love, West Palm Beach Escape Rooms will offer a special Valentine’s Day package, exclusive to couples. In a private room for two, couples will have to work quickly together to find clues, decode hidden messages and solve puzzles to escape within 60 minutes or less. Tickets are $30 per couple. 

  • Time Travel Escapes - February 2-15, 2018

Website: www.TimeTravelEscapes.com

During the first two weeks of February, lovers will have the opportunity to travel through time and escape from one of three Valentine’s Day themed escape rooms. In order complete their mission successfully, couples will have to buddy up with their special someone for an hour of clue hunting and puzzle solving. 


Chicago Symphony Orchestra

The Kravis Center - February 14, 2018 

Website: www.kravis.org/events/chicago8pm/ 

The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts will welcome the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for an evening of classical musical performances. The program will include Stravinsky’s Scherzo fantastique in B MajorOp. 3, Jennifer Higdon’s Concerto for Low Brass, and Symphony 2 in D Major, Op. 73 by Brahms. The performance is part of the Center’s 2017/2018 Regional Concert Series. Tickets start at $40. 


Romantic Tea for Two

The Flagler Museum - February 14, 2018

Website: www.flaglermuseum.us 

The Flagler Museum Invites couples to celebrate Valentine's at Whitehall on Wednesday, February 14, 11:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Henry Flagler built the magnificent Whitehall estate as a wedding present to his wife and it remains one of America's most romantic destinations. 'Tea in the Cocoanut Grove' was a popular pastime for those visiting Palm Beach and Henry Flagler's lavish resort hotels during the Gilded Age. Join us in commemorating the return of this historic tradition with your sweetheart on Valentine's Day. Each couple will indulge in a special 'tea-for-two' under the palms in the restored Cocoanut Grove, while listening to the romantic sounds of a classical harp. A token Valentine's keepsake is also included in the package price. (In case of inclement weather, the event will be moved indoors). The Tea-for-Two Package is $80 per couple for Museum Members, includes tax and gratuity, and $120 for non-members, which includes Museum admission, tax and gratuity.

 

 


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