If you feel like January flew by, you may also realize that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! In the Entertainment Capital of the World, there’s no shortage of date ideas for this day of love. To make it easy to plan the perfect evening, we’ve compiled a collection of the most romantic things to do in Las Vegas for Valentine’s Day. Amaze your date this year with beautiful views, decadent meals, and experiences neither of you will ever forget!
If you’re ballin’ on a budget but still want to impress your Valentine in Las Vegas, take them to the Bellagio Fountains. Watching the beautiful Bellagio Fountains while being surrounded by wonderful music and the twinkling lights of the Strip will make for a completely romantic (and free!) evening.
Even if Paris, France is out of the question this Valentine’s Day, you can still treat your Valentine to the romantic City of Love, right here in Vegas. Taking a ride to the top of the the Eiffel Tower only costs $11.50 per person before 7:15 p.m. and $16.50 after. This local experience is a lot more affordable than a plane ticket halfway around the world!
If you’re looking for a Valentine’s Day just as amazing as your date themselves, consider visiting the Fremont Street Experience. With endless things to do and see, including light shows and live entertainment every night, Fremont Street is the place to be for a good party this Valentine’s Day. You can even take your Valentine on a romantic date night amid the glitz and glam in one of the many restaurants and bars lining the streets.
European cities are some of the most romantic in the world, and Vegas has figured that out. At The Venetian Las Vegas, you will find canals weaving throughout the space, just like the ones in Venice, Italy. They have even completed the romantic and authentic Italian experience with gondolas and singing gondoliers available to take you and your Valentine on a romantic ride to remember.
Reach unbelievable heights in an air-conditioned, 30-minute ride on the world’s tallest observation wheel for one of the most romantic things to do in Las Vegas on this day of love. Impress your Valentine with the view of a lifetime on this extravagant ferris wheel experience. You can even enjoy breathtaking views of the Strip privately and rent out a VIP private cabin just for you and your Valentine.
Credit: Park on Fremont
Park on Fremont in Downtown Las Vegas is the perfect place to take your Valentine for an elegant brunch or a romantic date night out. Have fun and get stuffed with bites like the Garbage Fries, Mac & Cheese Balls and the Turkey Bacon “Avo-Philly,” just to name a few. This cool spot offers a great beer and cocktail selection and takes comfort food up a notch. Whether you want to sit on the infamously eclectic Fremont Street or in a more private setting on the back patio, your Valentine is sure to be impressed and satisfied after a Valentine’s Day at Park.
Credit: Andiamo Steakhouse
If all of the romantic date ideas in Las Vegas are starting to become a little overwhelming, we’ve got you covered. Joe Vicari’s Andiamo Italian Steakhouse is the perfect place to take your date out on Valentine’s Day. You can never go wrong with premium quality American steaks and irresistible Italian favorites. Located in The D Las Vegas, Andiamo Steakhouse has won multiple awards for their sauces and handmade pasta. Go big this Valentine’s day and treat your loved one to the most romantic evening they’ve ever had.
Credit: The Lago at Bellagio
If our Bellagio Fountains idea caught your eye, here’s an even better one. Share a romantic night out with your love at The Lago by Julian Serrano, where you can indulge in their famous small plates while viewing the spectacular Bellagio Fountains. The restaurant features spectacular floor-to-ceiling windows to really take in the panoramic views. Or, if you want to make your Valentine’s Day even grander, you can sit on the open-air patio with Lake Bellagio waterfront seating.
Make this Valentine’s Day one to remember with an amazing date and an even more amazing meal. Whether you fly high in the High Roller or dine on some mouthwatering steak, Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas is sure to be a night to remember.