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Romantic Tips and Hotel Specials for Valentine's Day 2014 in Lake Tahoe by TahoesBest.com

LAKE TAHOE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/31/14 -- Lake Tahoe's incredible beauty makes it one of the most romantic destinations for couples to visit (and tie the knot). Throw in Valentine's Day and the romance hits maximum capacity. Escape to Lake Tahoe this year and enjoy the TahoesBest.com guide to the best things to do for the Hallmark holiday. The guide includes places to stay with the best deals for Valentine's Day, and most enjoyable activities to do together.

"There is nothing more romantic than winter in Lake Tahoe," explains Lindsey Skinner, editor at TahoesBest.com, "and with so many hotel specials for Valentine's Day, couples can take their pick from many of the incredible deals and packages tailored specifically to this year's holiday."

Valentine's Day Hotels

1 - Lakeside Inn and Casino: Located in South Lake Tahoe, Lakeside Inn and Casino is offering a steak & lobster package for couples looking to do some fine dining while in Lake Tahoe. Includes two steak and lobster meals and two breakfast specials (valid at The Timbers or Latin Soul).

2 - 3 Peaks Resort & Beach Club: Cuddle up in this beautiful South Lake Tahoe hotel and enjoy romantic baskets with all the Valentine's Day essentials. From wine and champagne to chocolate covered strawberries the packages at 3 Peaks Resort have the romance covered. They even offer a heart-shaped tub in the honeymoon suite!

3 - Resort at Squaw Creek: Get cozy at the Resort at Squaw Creek with the "Light My Fire" romance package. The package includes a guest room with a fireplace, champagne, spa turndown and room service for two. Spend time with your sweetheart and leave the rest of the world behind.

4 - Fantasy Inn: For something a little more fun, try Fantasy Inn in South Lake. Themed rooms make the romance come to life. Looking to tie the knot over Valentine's Day weekend? The Fantasy Inn wedding chapel offers beautiful venues (garden, beach and chapel), so make it a weekend to remember.

Romantic Date Ideas:

1 - Ski and Snowboard: Arguably the "Best in the West," Lake Tahoe skiing and boarding gives couples the chance to enjoy world class skiing while enjoying each other's company. In fact, South Tahoe and North Tahoe were recently voted by the readers of USA TODAY as the #1 and #3 (respectively) Best Ski Destinations. For a list of hotels offering ski packages read this article.

2 - Couples Massage: After enjoying the best slopes in California, relax together at one of Lake Tahoe's rejuvenating spas. Many spas in the area offer couples massage/treatments, so drift away together into bliss. Try Tahoe Massage & Bodywork or BioSpirit in South Lake Tahoe, and the Spa at Squaw Creek in North Lake Tahoe. For a full list of spas visit http://www.tahoesbest.com/places/massage.htm.

3 - Romantic Dinner Cruise: Sail off into the sunset this Valentine's Day weekend with the one you love on the M.S. Dixie, located in Zephyr Cove. The iconic cruise ship takes couples out on the Lake to enjoy a delicious four course dinner and dancing. Cocktails and fine wines are available for purchase. The dinner cruise will be happening on the 14th, 15th and 16th, and tickets are $75 per adult.

4 - Valentine's Day Dinner: There are so many romantic places to eat in Lake Tahoe, and many of them offer upscale and intimate options for a romantic night out with a loved one. Enjoy TahoesBest.com's list of restaurants and find the perfect place to dine together.

TahoesBest.com is a leading online travel guide to all things Lake Tahoe. Explore places to stay, things to do, and local events to make the next Lake Tahoe vacation one of Tahoe's Best.

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Lindsey Skinner
Editor - TahoesBest.com
800.450.7805 ext 10809
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