SavannahValentine’s Day is the perfect occasion for finding and checking into that perfect room or suite. Pop the question on Valentine’s Day, celebrate an anniversary, and enjoy romantic moments together at one of these fantastic destinations. Whether you are a fan of beaches, islands or city destinations, hotels and resorts across the globe offer exceptional accommodations that will make your trip fun and memorable.

Fort Myers/Naples, FL

Historic Old Naples on the waterfront is a great place for romantics to indulge in seafood brought in fresh from the boats right before diner’s very eyes. The sandy beaches in Naples don’t hurt either. The Comfort Inn and Executive Suites Naples start at $210 a night.

Nashville, TN

Music is a way of life in this city and a visit to the Grand Ole Opry and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra is a must for sweethearts to visit in this savvy southern city. Here you can check out the Inn at Opryland, a Gaylord Hotel, for a great Valentine Day deal.

Las Vegas, NV

Whether you are trying to impress your other half or “assisting” them with finding a way to impress you, Las Vegas won’t disappoint. From world-class dining and entertainment to celeb-frequented nightclubs and even wedding chapels, Las Vegas has something for everyone. Visitors can find deals up to 40 percent off at the top hotels like the Palms Casino Resort and Treasure Island.

Savannah, GA

Head south this February for a romantic weekend full of charm and hospitality. Sip sweet tea at a sidewalk café or take in a historic house tour in Savannah. This is a beautiful town canopied with Spanish moss hanging from the trees and streets lined with museums, mansions and monuments. Savannah’s Thunderbird Inn located in the heart of downtown and the Landmark Savannah Historic District is a great pick for the weekend.

If you are single

When it comes to traveling, being alone is often a blessing. No one understands this better than travel agents, who love sending solo travelers around the world, especially around Valentine’s Day. Many singles are turning to travel as a healthy way to deal with the Valentine blues. Solo travel is not two weeks of playing solitaire in a hotel room. In a lot of ways, traveling on your own provides a richer vacation experience, for it forces you to interact more with other people and cultures, turning you from a tourists into a traveler. And in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, you might meet someone for a friendly chat. You can join singles tours with like-minded travelers or conquer the world on your own. A very nice place to travel would be an all-inclusive five star resort on a Caribbean Island, with a butler at your service.

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