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(credit: Skybar)


Valentine’s Day is a signature day where couples and singles take time out to celebrate the beauty of romance. Love is in the air on this special annual day and there are several destinations that welcome visitors who are looking for that special destination to enjoy and savor special moments with the love of their life. Here are five romantic destinations that make Valentine’s Day a treat to enjoy.
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(credit: Malibu Wines)


Malibu Wines
31740 Mulholland Highway
Malibu, CA 90265
(818) 865-0605
www.malibuwines.com

Spend a romantic weekend in the picturesque vineyards around Malibu Wines, and a romantic evening taste-testing their various varietals together. They are a completely outdoors venue, meaning you can bask in the gorgeous scenery or soft evening glow as you sip on your tastings together. Be sure to book a room nearby to get out of the city for the weekend, and consider setting up dinner reservations beforehand, as Malibu Wines serves only light refreshments.

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(credit: Skybar)


The Skybar At Mondrian
8440 Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(323) 650-8999
www.morganshotelgroup.com

Holding hands under the stars while enjoying a fresh glass of sparkling water is a dream come true when visiting the Skybar. The navy blue skies are infinite in scope and represent the roof of this popular night time destination. Sitting at a table for two with roses and gift swapping followed by a swim in the well lit turquoise waters of the Skybar’s pool make a wonderful itinerary of celebrating Valentine’s day all in one destination.

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(credit: Beverly Hills Hotel)


The Beverly Hills Hotel
9641 Sunset Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 276-2251
www.dorchestercollection.com

Walking down the red carpet of the elegant entrance of this posh hotel leads you into the picturesque lobby that opens up toward an outdoor restaurant where Valentine’s Day can be celebrated with class and style. The menu of the hotel’s restaurant is complete with an array of seafood, vegetarian dishes and custom orders to satisfy your culinary preferences. Soft music, peaceful settings surrounded by landscaping, rocks, fountains and greenery transform the interior of the hotel into an oasis of beauty and a wonderful location to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

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(credit: Sarah K./Yelp)


Le Petit Four In Sunset Plaza
8654 W. Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90069
(310) 652-3863
www.lepitifour.net

Walking into this restaurant is like arriving at the entrance of a cafe in Paris, France.A hip French bistro, Le Petit Four is one of L.A.’s most celebrated French eateries that has achieved success over the years due to its creative menu, outstanding French cuisine and romantic ambience. French brioche with glass of wine. Fresh breads wrapped in cotton cloths and served in hand woven baskets. Casual French to traditional French cuisine make up part of the wide range of selections to choose from. The coziness of each table brings a romantic mood in the air that sets this restaurant apart as a romantic getaway. Seating is available inside at cozy tables. Outside seating right on Sunset boulevard under a canope can be quite romantic for visitors.

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(credit: Thinkstock)


Sushiya
8650 Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 659-9804
sushiyaonsunset.eat24hour.com

Sushiya is one of L.A.’s top sushi restaurants as an eatery that provides not only great food but a wonderful experience of Japanese cuisine at its best. Located in Sunset Plaza, Sushiya is dimly lit during the evening hours creating a romantic atmosphere where singles and couples can enjoy an evening of fresh, hand rolled sushi while celebrating Valentine’s Day.

Belinda Ware is a Hollywood Insider news journalist who finds herself in the right place at the right time covering celebrity news, pop culture, opinion pieces and general breaking news stories on the latest trends in popular news. Her hobbies include golf, chess and world travel. Read more on Examiner.com

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