Las Vegas is one of the top wedding destinations in the United States with some of the world’s finest restaurants, luxury hotels, and award-winning shows. Even if you aren’t planning to tie the knot — or if you already have! — you’ll find plenty of ways to plan the perfect Valentine’s Day evening along the Strip. From world-class restaurants and romantic strolls to gondola rides and quiet retreats, here are some of the best ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year.
The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil @ The Mirage
There’s nothing more romantic than catching a dazzling show that has “love” in the title. The Beatles Love by Cirque du Soleil features stunning costumes, extravagant set pieces, and the most talented dancers and mind-blowing acrobatics you’ll ever see on stage. The production will bring The Beatles’ greatest hits to life this Valentine’s Day with a special limited discount. Try to book your tickets early because their Valentine’s Day performance is sure to sell out.
Eiffel Tower Restaurant @ Paris
The beautiful views of the Las Vegas Strip and the gorgeous ambiance of this French-inspired restaurant will set the tone for the rest of your romantic evening. The Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris has put together a special prix fixe Valentine’s Day menu prepared by Chef J. Joho, so you get a taste of all the most popular dishes in one spectacular dinner. Depending on whether you dine earlier or later, dinner is either $125 per person or $195 per person. Be sure to make reservations as tables are sure to fill up quickly.
High Roller @ LINQ Promenade
Snuggle up and take in the city skyline on the famous High Roller observation wheel. Skip the wind with a romantic 30-minute ride that offers the best panoramic views of the Strip. The High Roller is the tallest observation wheel in the world but remember: tickets tend to sell out during events and holidays. Buy yours early to save yourself the disappointment of a dashed date idea.
Valentine’s Dinner @ Bouchon Bistro
Renowned chef Thomas Keller’s Bouchon French Bistro in The Venetian’s Venezia Tower will host a romantic three-course menu this Valentine’s Day. Celebrate in style with the prix-fixe menu for $95 per person with wine pairing for an additional $55. The signature appetizer at Bouchon is the Foie Gras Sauté, which features pureed fruit and dark chocolate. For the main course, you have a choice of grilled beef filet with Alaskan king crab, roasted chicken with Brussel sprouts, or scallops with risotto.
Golden Knights Game @ T-Mobile Arena
For some sports fans, a stuffy dinner may not sound like the ideal way to spend your Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas. If that’s the case, you happen to be in luck because the Vegas Golden Knights will be playing the Toronto Maple Leafs at the T-Mobile Arena right on the Las Vegas Strip. If you’ve never watched a live hockey game, you’re in for a thrilling treat! The T-Mobile Arena also boasts some of the best food options and high-end bars to get your Valentine’s Day celebration started right.
Charlie Palmer Steak @ Four Seasons Hotel
For a quiet dinner in a modern steak house, Charlie Palmer Steak at Four Seasons Hotel is featuring a mouthwatering Valentine’s Day prix fixe menu for two. The stunning interior of the restaurant sets the mood for a romantic dinner with beautiful chandeliers, mid-century decor, and a live piano player in the background. Also, be sure to check out their incredible wine list while you’re there!
Couple’s Massage @ The Spa at Aria
Feeling a bit tense from planning the perfect Valentine’s Day? Want an experience you can both enjoy? Try a couple’s massage. The Las Vegas Strip is home to several luxurious spas and day clubs, including The Spa at Aria. Aria is offering Valentine’s Day specials throughout February for their exclusive Himalayan Salt Stone Couples Massage for deep relaxation, relief of muscle tension, and soothing aromatherapy with your significant other. To book a treatment, call the spa directly. Rates for weekdays and weekends will vary slightly.
Valentine’s Day on Fremont Street
Why not spend time walking down Fremont Street on Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re single or taken, it’s definitely something you should experience, the lights, the sounds, and all the people. Share your love on the largest single digital display in the world, fly down the Slotzilla zip line or enjoy a romantic dinner at one of many steakhouses. If you’re running out of date night ideas, try out The Ultimate Date Night Challenge in Downtown Las Vegas.
Gondola Rides @ The Venetian
Where else can you enjoy a romantic gondola ride outside of Venice? At the Venetian, you can treat a special someone to a beautiful gondola ride down the Grand Canal past cafes, along the Venetian streets, and under bridges. The gondola attraction is a great way to start or finish a Valentine’s Day celebration whether you choose the indoor ride our opt for the open-air experience on the Strip. It’s a good idea to make a reservation for Valentine’s Day, which must be done in person.
Top of the World @ Stratosphere
Take in one of the best views you’ll ever find in Las Vegas at Top of the World inside the Stratosphere Hotel & Casino on the north end of the Strip. The romantic setting, decadent dishes, and breathtaking 360-degree view of Sin City is the perfect setting for a special Valentine’s Day dinner you will both won’t forget. Their special Valentine’s Day prix fixe menu is $109 per person and features the most popular dishes on the menu. Be sure to book an earlier dinner if you want to catch a stunning Las Vegas sunset.
Chocolate and Cocktails @ Rosina
Want to finish the night in style? Visit Rosina, the premier Las Vegas cocktail bar located in the Venetian. This elegant bar celebrates classic cocktails with an extensive menu that uses only the best ingredients. The cocktail bar is located just off the casino floor with an Art Deco design in shades of gold, black, pearl, and burgundy. When you need to top off your drink, press the Champagne Call Button for prompt attention. Don’t forget to ask your server about off-menu special cocktails for a fun surprise.
On Valentine’s Day night from 9:00 pm to midnight, stop in for Rosina’s chocolate and cocktail pairings. Chocolates have been carefully chosen from famous French chocolatier Debauve & Gallais, which has built a cult following since 1800.
Valentine’s Dinner @ Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill
Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill focuses on shareable small plates inspired by cuisine from around the world. Located in the Grand Canal Shoppes, the restaurant will feature a special menu for Valentine’s Day. Starting at 5:00 pm, enjoy a la carte specials along with Sugarcane’s signature All Day menu with shareable plates. They will have dishes such as lobster couscous, blue crab soup dumplings, shiso chimichurri new york strip steak, and coquilles saint-Jacque. Don’t forget to make a reservation for this mouth-watering menu.
The Fountains @ Bellagio
Once you’ve finished dinner and are out for a stroll along the Las Vegas Strip, one of the most romantic stops is the stunning Bellagio Fountains. If you haven’t experienced the mesmerizing fountains in person, there’s no doubt you’ve seen them featured in movies, TV shows, and on social media. The fountains shoot beautiful dancing water high into the air perfectly timed to the accompanying music and lighting. The best part about it? Every show is completely free, so cozy up with your significant other and enjoy.
As you can see, you will have no trouble planning the ideal Valentine’s Day experience along the Strip, either as a single or a couple. Nearly all of these events are located conveniently close to monorail stations to make it easier and safer to get around. With an unlimited day pass, feel free to explore the Strip with someone special and enjoy all of the decadence Vegas has to offer — no designated driver necessary!