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6 Sizzling Valentine's Day Hotel Packages

Hard Rock Hotel San Diego

Hard Rock Hotel San Diego

  • Hard Rock Hotel San Diego
  • Paradise Point Resort
  • The Keating
  • Estancia La Jolla Resort & Spa
  • Hotel Del Coronado
  • The Pearl Hotel
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Valentine’s Day is closer than you think, and a special date takes extra advance planning. So whether you’re dating or happily married for decades, San Diego hotels are happy to comply with your amorous wishes and offer packages sure to keep the flame burning. Here are some highlights:

Hard Rock Hotel San Diego
207 Fifth Avenue San Diego, CA 92101 (866) 751-7625
John Mayer croons “Your Body Is A Wonderland” and so does this hip hotel with it’s romance package of the same name. As the lyrics say “got a room for two, discover me discovering you.” Body mud to paint your partner’s sensual canvas and a glass of bubbly assist the amour, as does an in-suite couples massage. The posh digs offer the oh la la evenings throughout February, (Starts at $269 Sat. nights, plus $350 for massages. $249 and up Sunday & Monday, plus $350 for massages.)

Paradise Point Resort
1404 Vacation Road San Diego, CA 92109 (858) 274-4630
Paradise it is with two passion packages during Creative Romance Month, as they’ve dubbed February’s love-fest. Tryst number one at the bayside hideaway provides a bungalow-style room, and dinner for two at their waterfront restaurant, Baleen. A single rose and coconut chocolate bars at turndown cap off your night of dreams. Upgrade to the next package with a couples’ treatment at Spa Terra. Looking for a little daytime action? Chemistry In The Kitchen cooking lessons pour deux with Chef Paul McCabe will get things heated up. ($270 a night for tier one, $485 a night for tier two. Cooking lessons $100 per couple.)

The Keating
432 F Street San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 814-5700
The lobby’s eye-searing red walls are a precursor of what’s ahead …“La Bella Vita” evening of love. Champagne, chocolate covered strawberries, valet parking and dinner for two is just the beginning. Naughty Turn Down Service provides personalized desserts, Play With Me intimacy toys, and a Kama Sutra weekender kit. It only makes sense breakfast and late check-out are included. You’ll need the sustenance and rest. ($225 a night for room, plus $500 for items listed above.)

Estancia La Jolla Resort & Spa
9700 N. Torrey Pines Road La Jolla, CA 92037 (858) 550-1000
Situated in tony La Jolla, Estancia exudes class, with four diamonds bestowed upon the 210-room coastal hotel. Formally the Black Family Horse Farm, the property retains the outdoor feel by connecting low-rise adobe buildings with open-air walkways. The $60 million masterpiece is positioned on 9.5 acres of prime real estate. They take lovin’ seriously with customized Valentine’s Day packages. “Estancia True Romance” has four choices: a 50 minute couples massage, a single treatment for your sweetie, three course dinner for two, or rose petal turndown service. All of the above include sparkling wine and fudge truffles. (Room rates start at $179 a night. Dinner: $150 per couple. Couples massage: $300. Single massage: $150. Rose petal turn down: $25.)

Hotel Del Coronado
1500 Orange Avenue Coronado, CA 92118 (800) HOTEL-DEL
The grand dame still has a passionate spark. Discerning lovers are in for a “Night Of Romance”, complete with a dozen roses, sparkling wine, and strawberries; topped off with breakfast overlooking the Pacific the next morning. A more laid-back alternative is Moet’s “S’more” Passion Package. Huddle by a cozy fire ring with ingredients for the graham cracker delights, a bottle of Moet Imperial Champagne, a keepsake blanket, and tea-lights set in the shape of a heart. If an overnight isn‘t in your plans, the Crown Room Sweetheart Ball on February 14 is sure to stoke cupids’ ambers with a four-course dinner and dancing. (Night Of Romance rates start at $460 a night. Moet’s rate is $275 per couple. Sweetheart Ball $100 per person.)

The Pearl Hotel
1410 Rosecrans Street San Diego, CA 92106 (619) 226-6100
Mid-century, vintage décor and design in this 23-room, Point Loma mainstay has garnered accolades from Budget Travel magazine, touting it as one of the “World’s Best Boutique Hotels Under $150.” An energetic, young crowd hangs here, which equates to a lively atmosphere. The poolside lounge hosts Dive-In Theater every Wednesday night. On Thursdays, Mad Men fanatics gather to watch the popular TV show. Valentine’s Day hasn’t been overlooked. A three course dinner offering petit tenderloin, salmon or pork chops will win over any love interest. Add champagne and strawberries for $99. (Room rate is $229 a night, which includes dinner for two.)