Las Vegas is definitely a city for lovers, with romantic restaurants, sexy shows, luxurious hotel rooms, lots of wedding chapels, nightclubs and bars. Finding romantic things to do on Valentine's Day in Las Vegas should not be that difficult.
We've put together our list of romantic things to do in Vegas. This list includes traditional and unique things to do in Las Vegas for couples. Hope some these ideas help you have a truly memorable Las Vegas Valentine's Day.
Plan ahead, as couples from all over the world come here to celebrate on February 14th. Everything from hotel rooms, flights, wedding chapels, shows, will all be in high demand.
This is one day you have to make dinner reservations. If you are going to any restaurant on Valentine's day either book ahead of time or be prepared to wait in line for a very long time.
Dress warm. Las Vegas is a desert and it gets very cold at night, even in February.
There is nothing more romantic on Valentine's day than watching the dancing fountains in front of the Bellagio? The free fountain water show is just a beautiful sight. While you are there, step inside the Bellagio to see the Atrium which is completely done up for Chinese New Year. Free
Monday - Friday 3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. show every 1/2 hour 8:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. show every 15 minutes
Saturdays & Holidays 12:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. show every 1/2 hour 8:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. show every 15 minutes
Sundays 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. show every 1/2 hour 7:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. show every 15 minutes
This Valentine’s Day, couples can celebrate love in a delightfully distinctive way at The LINQ Promenade. Enjoy a romantic stroll in the shadow of High Roller observation wheel while a roving pianist provides the perfect, romantic soundtrack for the moment.
Perfect time to Tie The Knot?, what better way to do it than 55 stories over Sin City. Go all out with a Valentine’s Day Deluxe Wedding Package on the High Roller: Daytime wedding $1,275; nighttime wedding $1,475
Dates: Feb. 14 and 15, 2021
Experience the romance of Venice as you share a graceful and romantic glide with your loved one down the Grand Canal in an authentic Italian gondola. Get serenaded with Italian songs are you take in this romantic experience.
Location: Venetian Las Vegas
Regular Pricing: Shared Gondola (Seats Four) $29.00 per person; Private Gondola (For Two) $116.00
Sunday - Thursday 10:00 am - 11:00 pm*
Friday - Saturday 10:00 am - 12:00 am*
Daily: 11:00 am - 9:45 p.m.
* Last Gondola leaves the dock 15 minutes prior to closing. The Outdoor Ride operates on a seasonal and weather permitting basis. Phone: 702-414-4300
Take a ride 46 stories into the sky above the Strip to the observation deck at the Eiffel Tower Experience for a breathtaking 360 degree view of the Las Vegas Valley.
BTW, this is a great place to pop the question.
Location: Paris Las Vegas
Hours of Operation:
Daytime Hours 10:00am - 5:00pm
Nighttime Hours 5:00pm - 12:00am
Starting from $22 per person
“Love Is in the Air” Package: Elevate your romance 550 feet above the Strip aboard Las Vegas' High Roller Observation Wheel. The 30-minute ride on the world's tallest observation wheel is as romantic as it gets. Enjoy the most romantic and breathtaking views of The Vegas strip, the mountains and the surrounding valley, day or night and listen to interesting commentary about the history of Las Vegas.
After the ride, take a romantic leisure walk along the LINQ Promenade entertainment district where you will find a dynamic array of shops, restaurants, bars and entertainment.
“Love Is in the Air” Package: is available Friday, Feb. 12 through Sunday, Feb. 14 and priced at $70, the “Love Is in the Air” package for two includes:
Two anytime tickets aboard High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel with unforgettable 360-degree views of the Strip and beyond
Two flutes of sparkling wine
Souvenir photo from Cashman Photo
Complimentary appetizer at Favorite Bistro, the romantic French eatery on The LINQ Promenade with both open-air and indoor seating (up to $19 value)
This Valentine's day Enjoy an exhilarating side-by-side zipline flight over The LINQ Promenade with FLY LINQ. Couples will travel 1,121 feet over The LINQ Promenade on FLY LINQ Zipline. The first and only zipline on the Las Vegas Strip also offers a $10 discount for locals with a valid Nevada ID. Beginning Feb. 4, FLY LINQ will be open Thursday through Sunday from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
This Valentine's Day experience a virtual reality version of Chicago's notorious St. Valentine's Day Massacre here at the Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas. The Prohibition-era Massacre took place on February 14, 1929 in a commercial garage on the north side of Chicago. Seven members and associates of George "Bugs" Moran's bootlegging gang were lined up against a wall and shot dead. The massacre which took place on Valentine's Day horrified the nation with its brutality and careful execution. Al Capone's Chicago Outfit was widely suspected of ordering the hit, but no one was ever prosecuted. When the garage was slated for demolition in 1967, entrepreneur George Patey recovered the bricks from the wall. Three hundred of those bricks are on display today at the Mob Museum in Las Vegas.
Address: 300 Stewart Avenue
Downtown Las Vegas (Steps From Fremont Street)
Hours Museum: Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
It's not very often that Valentine's Day and Chinese New Year concede. 2021 happens to be one of those years. What it means is, on Valentine's Day, you and your loved one will get to enjoy all the sites, Chinese New Year decorations, free entertainment and the auspicious dishes at the best Chinese restaurants in Las Vegas. Free
The world-famous Strip is the center of action in Las Vegas. There are lots to do and see along the 4 mile stretch of Las Vegas Blvd. Take a walk down the famous Las Vegas Strip which contains all the popular hotels, casinos, shops and restaurants. Free
A great stretch to explore is between Tropicana Avenue and Sands Avenue, home to several landmarks - a replica of the Big Apple's skyline with its own Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building outside of New York-New York, volcanoes erupting nightly in front of The Mirage, a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas and the dancing water fountains of Bellagio.
From fine dining to casual fare, sweethearts can enjoy menus for every palate on this special day. Surprise your Valentine with unforgettable romance and a delicious dinner at one of these signature Las Vegas restaurants
At MR CHOW, Valentine's Day holds special meaning for the notable Beijing-cuisine eatery. All guests can toast to love with a complimentary glass of champagne to celebrate MR CHOW's 50th anniversary, in addition to a three-course menu featuring signature dishes. Choices for the first-course include fresh scallop on the shell, zebra dumplings, glazed prawns with walnuts or MR CHOW noodles. The second-course choices include fresh lobster with garlic butter sauce, duck mignon, Beijing sea bass with pine nuts or the velvet chicken. These dishes will be all served with Yangzhou sautéed rice and garlic pea sprouts. A chef's selection of desserts will end the meal on a sweet note. Pricing is $95 per guest.
Old Homestead Steakhouse welcomes couples for a celebratory three-course meal perfect for two. Each guest will receive a rose and a glass of Perrier Jouët, Blason Rosé Champagne. Appetizer options include a classic Caesar salad, colossal crab cake or lobster bisque. Choices for the main entrée include a 34 oz. prime porterhouse or steamed Maine lobster. For the sweet finale, guests can indulge in a raspberry and rose dome with chocolate hearts and chocolate sorbet or a vanilla bean crème brûlée. Pricing is $250 per couple.
Restaurant Guy Savoy, one of the most romantic restaurants on the Strip, will offer the finest tasting menus this Valentine's Day. The menus feature selections of exceptional French specialties including octopus in cold steam, foie gras with sea urchin and blood orange gastrique, poached lobster ravioli, veal cheek, grilled A5 Japanese Wagyu beef, a beautiful rose, lychee and raspberry dessert and more. Pricing is $340 per guest. Valentine's Day Menu
Couples can indulge in a four-course meal from the "My Funny Valentine" menu complete with dishes such as the polipo featuring Mediterranean octopus, red onion, fried caper and roasted red pepper emulsion, a truffle risotto served with shaved burgundy truffles and truffle sottocenere cheese, a filetto with beef tenderloin, roasted trumpet mushrooms and Amarone wine sauce. The menu is priced at $145 per person plus tax and gratuity.
This tantalizing specialty cocktail features Grey Goose La Vanille vodka, Lillet rosé, Giffard Rhubarb Liqueur, Champagne, strawberry and lemon. Rosés Are Red will be available on Valentine's Day at all Wynn fine-dining restaurants and casino lounges as well as select casual-dining restaurants for $18.
Reservations can be made by calling (702) 770-DINE.
Steakhouse lovers will rejoice at BLT Steak with a Valentine's Day prix fixe menu. The menu for the evening begins with a chopped or beet salad. Guests can then opt to add a delectable mid-course of tuna tartare or crab cake. Selections for the main entrée include pan-seared salmon, 5 oz. filet or airline breast of chicken, all served with a side of choice. Guests will finish off the meal with a dessert of choice. Pricing is $70 per guest. Valentine's Day Menu
Offering prime views of the Las Vegas Strip and an Italian-inspired Valentine's Day tasting menu, GIADA sets the mood for romance. The meal begins with antipasti for two featuring Oysters Rockefeller, king crab crostini and bacon wrapped dates. For the next course, guests can choose between saffron risotto with lobster and artichoke or goat cheese tortellini with blood orange and arugula. Entrée choices include prosciutto wrapped scallops with purple cauliflower puree and poached pear or 12 oz. bone-in filet with braised king trumpet mushroom and green peppercorn sauce. Valentine's Day wouldn't be complete without something sweet to end the evening dessert options include rose prosecco semifreddo float or a chocolate amore heart shaped cake. Pricing is $125 per guest.
Featuring one of the best views of the Strip, Ruth's Chris Steak House invites couples to indulge in the perfect date night meal inclusive of a complimentary glass of house select wine. The meal starts with the choice of the steak house salad, Caesar salad or lobster bisque. For the entrée, sweethearts can share an 8 oz. filet mignon with shrimp, 16 oz. ribeye, stuffed chicken breast or Chilean sea bass. Guests also have their choice of side and a variety of elevated add-ons such as shrimp or lobster tail. The meal is complete with a slice of white chocolate cheesecake for each guest. Pricing is $170 per couple.
Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen & Bar does Valentine's Day with a twist with its "Anti-Valentine's Day Special"- a Dragon's Breath Chili Cheeseburger ($21.50) made with onions three ways, Sriracha Donkey sauce, cheddar cheese and jalapeno dusted onion rings. Wash it all down with a frozen shot for $7.
Couples can take a romantic walk down The LINQ Promenade to enjoy delicious specials this Valentine's Day. Chayo will offer a three-course meal with a trio of dips, surf and turf tacos and warm churros for dessert. Sprinkles Cupcakes will feature cupid-inspired flavors including: raspberry chocolate chip cupcake, red hot velvet cupcake and cherry vanilla ice cream from Feb. 1 through 28. Guests can also order an XOX box from Feb. 1 through 14 or the I Love U mini sampler from Feb. 1 through 28. Flour and Barley will highlight the sweet side of love with a Nutella dessert pizza available only on Feb. 14.
Impress your date with a limited-edition tasting menu at the award-winning Gordon Ramsay Steak. All guests will start the meal with a double amuse bouche oyster & scotch egg. The first course features the favorite baby beet salad. The decadent second course will feature seared scallops with scented truffles and king crab risotto. For the entrée, guests will enjoy the land and sea beef wellington with butter poached lobster. Finally, for dessert, a dark chocolate mousse dome will delight guests' taste buds. Wine pairing is also available. Pricing is $160 per guest for the tasting menu and $80 per guest for the wine pairing experience. Valentine's Day Menu
Cheers to love at Guy Fieri's El Burro Borracho. The special Valentine's Day menu starts off with pink margaritas and delicious chips and dips. Each guest has a choice of entrée between pork al pastor lettuce tacos or tequila honey chipotle glaze salmon. Indulge with the final dessert course which features a churro, bananas foster and ice cream. Pricing is $65 per couple. Valentine's Day Menu
VooDoo Steak will offer an elevated take on the classic date night menu. The prix fixe menu begins with boniato wrapped prawns. Guests will then enjoy grilled romaine lettuce hearts with a smoked Applewood bacon vinaigrette. For their entrée, guests will delight in a prime dry-aged 40 oz. porterhouse. The meal will end on a sweet note with a specialty Valentine chocolate display. Pricing is $190 per couple. Valentine's Day Menu
All-American Bar & Grille will take guests' taste buds on a trip to the coast with specialty items offered this Valentine's Day. Love birds can enjoy shrimp cocktail cups ($14), shrimp scampi ($32) and surf and turf with prime fillet and lobster tail ($50) as part of their romantic dinner at this American favorite. A specialty lemon raspberry harlequin is also available for those with a sweet tooth. Valentine's Day Menu
Valentine's Day always means wedding no matter what day of the week. What could be more romantic or memorable than a Valentine's Day wedding in Las Vegas? Known as the Marriage Capital of the World, Las Vegas has long been a destination for those looking to tie the knot quickly and with ease. Iconic spots such as the drive-through altar at the Little White Wedding Chapel and the Graceland Wedding Chapel are must-sees on the Vegas map, whether or not vows are in your plans.
If you do choose to get married in Las Vegas on Valentine’s Day, here are a few things you should keep in mind.
Neither a blood test nor a waiting period is required
You need a marriage license and need to give yourself enough time to get one. Most chapels will not marry you without one. More information on how to get one.
If you are renewing your vows, you will need a copy of your original wedding certificate.
Weddings are the second-largest industry in Nevada and there are no shortage of chapels in Las Vegas but Valentine's Day is very busy at most Las Vegas chapels. Pick a chapel and make reservations as soon as possible. Remember most major Vegas hotels also have wedding chapels.
If you need help planning your wedding before you get to Las Vegas, use the services of your hotel concierge. They can be a valuable source of information and their services are free for hotel guests.
Here are some helpful steps and things you must know and do to get married in Las Vegas.
Pink, red, and white are the colors for the day.