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How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Washington

Ah Valentine’s Day—the perfect holiday to help remind us to love the people around us a little harder, and to find unforgettable ways to celebrate them. Fortunately, Washington has a number of different dining specials, events, and activities that everyone can enjoy this year. Here are some of the best ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Washington.

STAYS

Treat your sweetheart to a stay at Cedarbrook Lodge this February with the Month of Love package, which includes a bottle of wine and chocolates in-room upon arrival, $50 dining credit, and a $50 spa credit.

This February, couples can enjoy an intimate escape to Friday Harbor House with the Sweetheart Escape promo. Spend your romantic getaway discovering historic lighthouses, stunning vistas and the unmatched Salish Sea beauty with your loved one. Return to the comfort of your guest room with delicious takeout from the restaurant, then enjoy a soothing soak in your jetted tub for two.

At The Heathman Hotel in Kirkland, guests can impress that special someone with a sparkling weekend getaway and the Love on the Weekend package, which includes an overnight stay in comfortable accommodations, complimentary valet parking (value of $25 per night), $30 dining credit for Hearth or Hearth To-Go, a welcome bottle of sparkling wine, guaranteed check-in at 12 p.m., and late check-out of 4 p.m.

The famed Salish Lodge is open for guests to book an incredibly romantic getaway to Salish Lodge with their two romance packages. The Table for Two, Just Me and You includes a one-night stay, table for two set up in the room, rose petals, a bottle of Salish Brut Special and a Valentine’s dessert for two. The Romance A’Top the Falls involves a one-night stay, table for two set up in room, an $85 dining credit, and rose petals and sparkling wine upon arrival.

DINING

Join Chef Adam Stevenson on Valentine’s Day to experience a romantic Saint Valentine’s Dinner at Copperleaf Restaurant. The $95, five-course meal can be hosted on a covered patio (with heat lamps and fireplace) or indoor open-air. At the Hearth in Kirkland, guests can celebrate love all weekend long with the three-course Be My Valentine Dinner ($75 per person).

In Snoqualmie, The Dining Room is offering a Valet Patio special three-course prix-fixe Valentine’s Day 2021 menu that’s $125 per person. For couples looking to enjoy more of a quaint night in, you can swing by to pick up one of Cupid’s Confessions To-Go for a romantic surprise: chocolate-covered strawberries (half dozen for $29 or a dozen for $58) and gourmet flavored marshmallows ($9 for a box of nine).

And finally, at the Water’s Table in Renton, guests are sure to fall in love all over again with the Valentine’s Day Dine + Stay, which includes: an overnight stay, romantic, three-course dinner lakeside or via takeout/delivery options.

RELAXING

Set in the premier fireside couple’s room at The Spa at Salish Lodge, you and your beloved can relax together, side-by-side as you enjoy personalized Tranquility Massages, with Valentine’s Day deals that include $25 off a couples massage, along with the option to enhance any treatment by adding a Rosé & Rose Petal Infused Massage Oil for only $10.

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