Valentine’s Day is behind the corner. Many of you maybe started thinking to take your relationship to the next level.
No doubt that Las Vegas has long been one of the most popular places for couples during that emotional situations, thanks to its moderate temperatures, great deals, and variety of ways and places for one partner to ask the famous question to the other.
If so, here we recommend these 5 great Valentines Day ideas for places to get engaged in Las Vegas:
Up in the sky above Vegas. Share your love in the skies with a special engagement tour of the Las Vegas sights. With Maverick Helicopters, you and your future fiancé can enjoy stunning views of the Las Vegas’ just before you pop the question high above the Strip. There’s even a Valentine’s Day special package (discounted to $99 through February 10th), along with a personal tour of the sights in Maverick’s ECO-Star helicopter.
Go for the sign. The sign. A less spectacular, but very much Vegas, place to propose is right in front of one of the city’s most famous landmark: the ‘Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas’ sign. Installed in 1959, this historic sign can surely add a bit of magic and flair to any engagement plan. Or, if your significant other is more of a fan of replicas, consider a proposal in front of the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas or the Sphinx at the Luxor Hotel.
Bellagio Fountains. The Bellagio Fountains is arguably the mother of all fountains. This Las Vegas go-to destination has been featured in a number of films including favorites Ocean’s 11, The Hangover, and 21. This iconic setting features 8 acres of water, about 5,000 lights, fog system, and 1,200 water-shooting nozzles that combine to create a magnificent and unique ballet of dancing fountains specially choreographed to music. All told, this theatric performance offers the perfect backdrop for a proposal.
Top of the Stratosphere. The Stratosphere Tower is the tallest building west of the Mississippi River and a perfect place for a proposal amongst the clouds. In addition to enjoying a spectacular bird’s-eye view of Vegas and the city’s bright lights, you and your significant other can also enjoy a five-star meal as the Stratosphere is more than just a tower, it contains a restaurant driven by celebrity chef Rick Giffen.
A Gondola Romance. As a grand imitation of Venice, the Venetian prides itself on having a romantic flair. And one of the best ways it lives up to this reputation is its gondolas in which the gondoliers sing for its riders. What better way to propose than with a dozen long-stemmed roses and the calm water as you traverse the canals of the grand Venetian?