JetSet Experiences: For the Love of Travel

Who doesn’t love to travel, and what better way to express your love than by escaping with your sweetheart by your side! Happily unattached and looking to party? Why not celebrate Anti-Valentine’s Day! From sexy to sweet, romantic to rejuvenating, here are a few of our favorite ways to woo your love (or celebrate your single status) this Valentine’s Day:

Hideaway amenities at the Four Seasons Scottsdale. Preparing to propose, celebrating your honeymoon or just looking to set the mood… these unique and fun amenities include love potion, massage oils, scented candles and more.

The Chalkley Treehouse at Lion Sands Private Game Reserve; South Africa. Spend a night in this ultimate bush bedroom among the vast African landscape.  The privacy and seclusion allows you to be completely alone in the wilderness, while still enjoying the luxuries of a five star safari lodge.

Underwater dining at Anantara Kihavah; Maldives.  Wine and dine at this one-of-a-kind underwater wine cellar and restaurant surrounded by tropical marine life.  Superb cuisine and service combined with an unforgettable setting will surely be an island highlight.

Vinotherapie at Les Sources de Caudalie. Set near Bordeaux, France you’ll find this perfect wine-country escape nestled among its own historic vineyards and gardens.  Enjoy their unique spa treatments, which combine natural hot spring water with the most recent scientific discoveries of the benefits of the grape and the grapevine.  You’ll return home rejuvenated and recharged.

Not feeling the love this year? Grab your girls or make a guys weekend out of it and head to Vegas for the “Love Bites” anti-Valentine’s Day prix fixe menu at the Paris Las Vegas. Featuring a menu that sappy lovers won’t be allowed to enjoy: a creamy garlic soup, a “bleeding heart” arancini (fried risotto balls oozing with smoked salt beet gelee) and barbeque pork ribs. The anti-cupid celebration will finish with “cold hearted” vanilla semifreddo, topped with pistachio butter and burnt cherry compote.

For more ways to romance the one you love (or not), contact Michelle Pragnell: