Do you want to enliven your relationship? Get away from here. Nothing ignites the flames quite like a road trip together. It’s a terrific approach to strengthen your relationship and make enduring memories to explore new locations with your significant other. Every couple deserves a romantic holiday to indulge in to their heart’s content, whether your idea of fun is relaxing on a tropical beach, hitting the slopes, or drinking wine in the countryside.
There is never a better time to plan a weekend getaway with your significant other, whether it be for Valentine’s Day or a long weekend like President’s Day. These are some of the best weekend vacations for couples, so get ready for starry-eyed happiness, no matter what pace you prefer. Research current travel restrictions as well, as the coronavirus pandemic is causing several of these locations to restrict tourism.
California’s Palm Springs
Palm Springs is still as cool as it was during the time of Frank Sinatra and is marketed as Old Hollywood’s preferred vacation spot. The desert oasis entices visitors with chic accommodations, top-notch dining options, and breathtaking desert vistas.
Everyone will find something to enjoy. It’s a haven for hikers, adventure seekers, and golfers (there are more than 100 courses nearby). Decide whether to hike to Joshua Tree National Park or take a wilderness Jeep tour across the San Jacinto Mountain routes (less than an hour away). Do you want to relax? Enjoy a hot stone couples massage at one of the many day spas nearby, or soak in the naturally therapeutic waters of Desert Hot Springs. A lot of the best restaurants in Palm Springs offer patio dining while the stars are out.
Reserve a suite at the Ritz-Carlton Rancho Mirage for a restful staycation. You won’t need to leave the premises to have an incredible weekend because it has everything you could want, from clifftop dining to an opulent spa surrounded by the stunning Santa Rosa Mountains. Plus, every direction offers picturesque views fit for a postcard. We suggest viewing it all while sipping an Arnold Palmer from a cabana by the pool. The now-famous iced tea-lemonade cocktail was introduced by the golfing star in Palm Springs in the late 1960s.