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Best Romantic Getaways For Valentine’s Day In Los Angeles

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Experience the magic of Valentine’s Day by spending it in Los Angeles, even if you already live in the city limits. The ideas of silver-screen romances are abundant throughout the city as many hotels offer romantic get-a-ways for the couple looking for a staycation on that special day. Spend the romantic holiday in style with these locations.

Hotel Bel-Air

701 Stone Canyon Road
Los Angeles, CA 90077
(310) 472-1211

Hours: Daily; 24/7
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A romantic site, the Hotel Bel-Air offers romance is a variety or ways. Start off with a walk through the grounds looking at the swans as they swim along. Make dinner reservations at the new Wolfgang Puck venue then spend the night holed up in a bungalow only to come up for air. Make this Valentine’s Day an event to remember by taking your sweetheart to a wonderful place.

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Andaz West Hollywood

8401 West Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(323) 656-1234

Hours: Daily; 24/7
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This once famous establishment has put rocking out on the back burners and instead is catering to the sophisticated and die-hard romantics. This Sunset Strip hotel now offers cutting edge decor and is filled with awesome accoutrements. Consider the roof-top pool for a moonlight kiss, the in-house restaurant RH, with its low lighting and high concept market-to-table cuisine. Enjoy the glitzy property’s giant beds and make this Valentine’s Day a special occasion.

The Beverly Garland

4222 Vineland Ave.
North Hollywood, CA 92602
(800) 238-3759


Hours: Daily; 24/7
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If you are looking for an escape in Southern California, then look no further than this seductive Spanish mission architecture and its boundless garden ripe for alone time. Book a celebrity suite for a sweet night among the stars. It is ideal for a February 14th celebration. You could also go for the director’s digs, Oscar-ready accommodations ideal for your close-up with the one you love. Be sure to share these sweeping city views with your loved one.

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Montage Laguna Beach

30801 Coast Hwy.
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
(949) 715-6000


Hours: Daily; 24/7
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Hear the waves from your beach bungalow situated on this oceanfront Orange County estate. Montage Laguna Beach is definitely the place to be on Valentine’s Day. This hotel has an incredible spa as well as a number of award-winning restaurants. Once you are done dining out and relaxing, go visit the quiet bar for some evening drinks before calling it a night.

Related: Best eco friendly hotels in Los Angeles.

The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles

900 W. Olympic Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 743-8800

Hours: Daily; 24/7
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Spend this romantic night amongst the city lights at the Ritz-Carlton in Los Angeles. This hotel offers some astounding views that take you all the way to the iconic Griffith Park Observatory on a clear night. Spring for a suite on the club floor to gain entry to an unbelievable private outlet and enjoy a beverage from the champagne bar. Take a tour through the Ritz to view the copious art works on display, much of which has been provided by area talent. After dinner is done and the evening is ready to heat up head to your room and enjoy the relaxing suites and some well-deserved alone time.

Related: Best places for a first date in Los Angeles. 

Los Angeles travel writer Jane Lasky contributes to publications such as Travel + Leisure, Vogue and Esquire. Her weekly sojourning column ran in 40 newspapers for 20 years. Jane is anything but an accidental tourist. Check out her articles on Examiner.com.

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