Valentine's Day will be here in a heartbeat, and NY1 travel correspondent Valarie D'Elia reviews some getaways for you and that special someone.
World Yacht has two Valentine's Day dinner cruises for a night of romance sailing around Manhattan. Each includes a four-course meal for either $99 or $139 per person, depending on inclusions. The cruises sail on February 14, 15 and 16, with boarding at 6 p.m. from Pier 81. For more information, go to worldyacht.com.
Still skating around a commitment? Glide by Celsius in Bryant Park, Citi Pond's rinkside restaurant and bar, for its special Valentine's Day menu and themed cocktails. For more information, go to citipondatbryantpark.com.
The only so-called "straight-friendly" hotel in the city, The Out NYC, is offering discounts of 15 percent, 20 percent or 25 percent, depending on the length of stay during the entire month of love. For more information, go to theoutnyc.com
For the love of money, the wallet-friendly Wolcott Hotel near the Empire State Building offers rates starting at $135 a night with the "TLC: Travel, Love, Chocolate" package for stays from February 8 through February 18. For more information, go to wolcott.com/tlc.
For those willing to gamble on love, head to Atlantic City’s Water Club at Borgata. Package rates start at $199 per night. For more information, go to theborgata.com.
For all the single ladies on February 14, the Omni Bedford Springs Resort and Spa in Pennsylvania has "the ladies night out" spa party, mixology lesson, private cooking class with dinner, all topped off with cigars and s'mores at the fire pit. The five- hour package is $150 per person without tax, and adding on a hotel stay is an extra $149, for starters. For more information, go to omnihotels.com/bedford.
Elite Island Resorts is putting romance on sale with its "Take Your Valentine to Paradise for Free" offer at its all-inclusive resorts on five tropical islands. Book now for travel between April and December. For more information, go to eliteislandresorts.com.