From romantic dinners to extravagant shows, there are plenty of ways to make Valentine’s Day 2023 in Las Vegas extra special. Here are five ways to treat yourself and your honey
1. The Bellagio Fountains
Start your night at the beautiful Bellagio Fountains. The show is completely free, making it accessible to couples on a budget. Take this experience to an extra level by making reservations at one of the restaurants nearby, where you can enjoy a meal with views of the fountains. One such restaurant is Lago, but there are other options available. Make plans early enough to secure a reservation, as there is a high demand on Valentine’s Day.
2. Park MGM
One of the highlights at Park MGM is the Bruno Mars residency, which attracts a massive crowd to each show. For Valentine’s, you can treat your partner to a live performance, with Bruno Mars crooning his award-winning hits. It’s a chance to kill two birds with one stone as the experience is exciting and romantic, more like a concert and a date all in one.
3. Ethel M Chocolate Factory Cactus Garden
Everyone loves chocolate on Valentine’s day. Take a tour of the Ethel M Chocolate factory, where you can spend quality time together, learn a thing or two from the chocolate-making process, and get your loved one sweet chocolate treats as a bonus; straight from the source. The surrounding Cactus garden is also a beautiful place to visit. The best part is you can do this as a daytime activity and then have a romantic dinner in the evening.
4. Dinner at Paris Las Vegas
You may not be able to fly your loved one to Paris, but you can treat them to a taste of Paris in Las Vegas. Paris Las Vegas hosts multiple restaurants ideal for romantic dining, including one inside the Eiffel Tower. Or you try dinner at Mon Ami Gabi or Martha Stewart’s the Bedford.
Valentine’s is not restricted to couples. You can take out your parents and friends or have a Galentine’s Day with your girls. Mizumi at the Wynn is a top choice for this, offering an upscale Japanese dining experience in a swanky restaurant. The garden views and waterfall are relaxing and elevate your dining experience. The star of the show is the food.