San Francisco is a world-class, romantic destination and there are several reasons to come visit the city-by-the-bay for Valentine’s Day, says Molly Blaisdell.
“To begin, couples will want to explore options for accommodations.”
Blaisdell represents two Bay-front properties — what she calls ideal “nesting grounds” — namely, the Hyatt Regency San Francisco and Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf.
Designed for couples, the Hyatt Regency San Francisco’s Romance Package sets the stage for one of the most romantic destinations in the world.
Starting at only $239, the package includes: accommodations for one night; full American breakfast for two (room service or in Eclipse); a bottle of sparkling wine with strawberries and other perks.
For reservations and additional information, visit the Hyatt site.
As a favorite destination “in everyone’s favorite city,” Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf’s Amour Romance Package is perfect for those that want convenient access to all of the city’s attractions, says Blaisdell.
Starting at only $199, the package includes: accommodations for two, for one night; full American breakfast for two (room service or in Knuckles); a bottle of sparkling wine; chocolate covered strawberries and more.
For reservations and additional information visit the Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf online — and look for “Amour.”
One of the most romantic ways to share Valentine love and intimacy is on San Francisco Bay.
Conveniently located to both of Hyatt’s waterfront hotels, the Red and White Fleet sets sail for the lovers’ holiday and provides a great platform for “heating up” the celebration.
Aboard the California Twilight Cruise, romantics will enjoy city sunset views over the Pacific Ocean, live guitar entertainment, hearty appetizers and a beverage from the bar.
Blaisdell says couples, enjoying the city’s skyline, will be able to nestle into the warm and cozy atmosphere of Red and White Fleet’s intimate vessel and get an up-close-and-personal view of Alcatraz before cruisin’ under the Bay Bridge and the legendary Golden Gate Bridge.
Cruises on Valentine’s Day ($58 per person) depart at 5:30 p.m. For bookings and additional information as well as specific cruise times and dates, visit The Red and White Fleet online.
Blaisdell’s Top 10 List of Romantic Things To Do In San Francisco
- Walk, bike, run or skip across the Golden Gate Bridge
- Enjoy a California Twilight Cruise aboard Red and White Fleet
- Share a hot fudge sundae at world famous Ghirardelli square
- Pack a picnic lunch and bring it on board a rented boat at Golden Gate Park’s Stow Lake
- Stroll through Golden Gate Park’s Conservatory of Flowers
- Enjoy a decadent dinner at Hubert Keller’s Fleur de Lys
- Top off the evening with one of Bubble Lounge’s 300+ Champagnes/sparkling wines
- Climb half way to the stars aboard one of the city’s iconic cable cars
- Steal a kiss atop the Filbert Steps before joining the crowd at Coit Tower to view panoramic views of the bay
- Fly a kite together at Chrissy Field and enjoy views of the Golden Gate Bridge
And have a happy Valentine’s Day.