Five Best Romantic Getaways in the U.S. For Couples Who Love to Travel


According to research, traveling couples are happier together. That assertion may be an oversimplification, but it’s reasonable to say that traveling the world, breaking free from everyday routines, and experiencing new things together are all great ways to spark romance and bond.

From your first romantic weekend away to your honeymoon or babymoon and the many anniversary vacations that will follow, traveling as a couple is a certain way to keep the spark alive and develop a stronger relationship. While many individuals dream of visiting Paris or Rome in Europe, romance does not have to be far away. Across the United States, lovely locations await to whisk your only off their feet.

Visit California to savor some of the country’s greatest food and wine surrounded by coastal beauty, embrace nature in the Colorado mountains or Arizona desert, or visit a quaint East Coast town like Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket to explore the ancient streets and stay in a snug inn. Whatever you choose, our list of the best romantic vacations in the United States includes breathtaking scenery, plenty of opportunities to pamper yourself, and some of the most romantic hotels in the country.

Best Romantic Getaways in the U.S.

1. Savannah, Georgia

Savannah exudes appeal in the open air, with classic mansions, ancient squares, and incredibly picturesque mossy trees. However, this Southern belle is more than just a sight to behold. Take a trip around Tybee Island before indulging in skillfully prepared Cajun and low-country cuisine at Alligator Soul (yep, gator is on the menu). Finish up at Lulu’s Chocolate Bar with a slice of the rum-brushed strawberry suspension cake.

2. The Berkshires, Massachusetts

The Berkshires are a patchwork of towns, each quaint and attractive in its own way. Begin with Lenox, a picturesque and green town that was formerly home to writer Edith Wharton, and then move on to Stockbridge, which has Norman Rockwell-inspired streets. North Adams has magnificent churches, as does Williamstown, which is surrounded by mountains and farms. Stroll hand-in-hand through the ancient downtown streets, hike a hiking path, and unwind in a bed and breakfast: romance awaits you no matter where your days (and nights) lead you.

3. Sonoma County, California


Sonoma is easy to fawn over. While wine tasting is the major draw, there is much more to this large California county. Get pampered at world-class spas (head to Dawn Ranch for an oasis set among the redwoods); dine your heart out at restaurants rooted in seasonal California fare (snag a seat at Healdsburg’s buzziest new opening, Goodnight’s Steak + Spirits); or head to the coast to take in stunning ocean views at boutique hotels like Nick’s Cove or Timber Cove.

4. Scottsdale, Arizona

The magnificent Sonoran desert serves as the setting for a romantic getaway in Scottsdale. This Arizona town has long been a destination for individuals wishing to be pampered and relax—and in recent years has seen a resurgence in interest from visitors owing to buzzy restaurants (check out FnB and Fat Ox), a plethora of health activities, and even an emerging wine industry. Couples searching for an urban refuge will appreciate a stay at the midcentury gem that is the Hotel Valley Ho. For those wishing to escape reality in a more distant environment, don’t miss the magnificent Sanctuary Camelback Mountain. (Jay Z and Beyonce honeymooned here, if that tells you anything!)

5. Kauai, Hawaii

If your idea of heaven involves craggy cliffs and sunny sand, emerald hills and epic hikes, open your laptop and book a vacation to Kauai. The ‘Garden Isle’ is a green utopia where you can take a helicopter ride past the Jurassic Park waterfall, kayak Hawaii’s only navigable river, or hike the untamed Na Pali Coast—though no one will blame you for relaxing with a cocktail on the beach. For an enjoyable vacation, reserve a room at 1 Hotel Hanalei Bay, a brand-new sustainable luxury resort.


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