Would you love to walk in and see fresh rose petals in a heart on the bed? ❤ Here is how ⬇️
Ask you hotel Concierge or Front Desk and see if there’s anything special they can do or recommend!
Spice it up! Do it for yourself if you have to!
- Wine or Champagne on Ice 🥂
- Rose petals 🌹
- Flower Arrangements
- Chocolate covered strawberries 🍓
- Charcuterie/Cheese Plate 🧀
- Dinner reservations 🍫
Fun fact: Working in hospitality, I’ve delivered all the above to guest rooms, for all occasions. I enjoyed it too! 💕
Get a suite with jacuzzi tub and have the Concierge order rose petals. You can also have chocolate covered strawberries and wine put in your room ahead of time. It is the recipe for romance! Visit for a concert or spa day! Read my experience at Checking In at Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort.
JW Marriot – Grand Rapids
Spice up your life at JW Marriott Grand Rapids. Treat yourself!! JW Marriott Grand Rapids has all the amenities to write the recipe for romance! @ilovethejw
☀️ The pool is as warm as the tropics, all year.
❤ Take advantage of the full service spa.
🥂 Dine outdoors in your own private igloo on the river.
🌹Wake up to an amazing sunrise view!
Save this for next time you are visiting @downtowngrinc 📌
Send this to your Valentine as a gentle reminder it’s time for a getaway! 💕
It always has me feeling like I might be a Disney princess in a real fairytale. 🥿👗
@Frankenmuth has the same vibes as Belle’s little village in Beauty and the Beast, feel like Cinderella in a carriage or maybe Frozen has you wanting to twirl around that ice rink! I’m here for it! ⛸
@bavarianinn looks like an enchanting castle! The lobby is decorated with romantic red Lunar New Year pieces 🧧❤
Romantic carriage ride to dinner at @zehnders is always a good idea! The World Famous Family Style Chicken Dinner at America’s Largest Family Restaurant. Yum! 💕🌹
AC Hotel – Grand Rapids
AC Hotel Grand Rapids is so simple and sweet. Find quiet relaxing refuge while absoriding the most romantic views of downtown Grand Rapids. Winter is especially beautiful.
Stay in and enjoy the amenities or step out for easy access to all Downtown Grand Rapids has to offer at @achotelgrandrapids.Relax and unwind at this modern boutique hotel.
Get the corner suites for the sweetest views of:
🌹 Sunset skies and city skyline
🌹 Horse carriages passing by
🌹 Rosa Parks Circle Ice Skating Rink
Woods Restaurant – Mackinac Island
There is something so special about the scenic ride out to The Woods for dinner. It is a magical two-mile trek from downtown. Tucked between the Inn at Stonecliffe and the back 9 of The Jewel, Grand Hotel’s golf course.
You’ll want to arrange your transportation ahead of time. Walk or ride bikes past the West Bluff through the Annex for the most beautiful route. To schedule a carriage call Mackinac Island Carriage Tours to reserve a taxi or for The Woods Shuttle, a carriage with scheduled pick-up times on Main Street in front of the Star Line Dock.
Along Cudahy Circle, high atop Mackinac Island’s West Bluff, you will find two classic Tudor mansions. The largest is The Inn at Stonecliffe, Mansion and Suites; a summer staple for weddings and sweet romantic getaways.
Next door, you will find Woods Restaurant with its beautiful opulent exterior and colorful Bavarian charm. The Woods Restaurant is the epitome of romantic dining experience, with its unbeatable character and ambiance.
One foot in the door and you begin to absorb the true experience. Inspired by a Swiss hunting lodge in the interior, you are greeted by a warm inviting fire as aromas fill the air. Woods Restaurant offers a truly special dining experience, tapping into all five senses.
Arrive a little earlier than your reservation time to enjoy a drink and fresh popcorn at Bobby’s Bar. Be sure to try your luck at America’s oldest operational Duck Pin Bowling Alley.
Be seated in the Gingham adorned main dining room, alongside a cozy fireplace and enjoy the nightly piano performance. For an all-natural setting, choose the outdoor patio to be among flower blossoms and feel the island breeze.
Reservations here are a must, as this tops Mackinac Island Restaurants. Each beautiful dish, served alongside a warm friendly welcome. Fine German cuisine with seamless presentation, has you leave feeling like family.
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Ever since I can remember, well since 1996 to be exact, I have been enjoying all that Soaring Eagle has to offer! I have stayed at Soaring Eagle Resort more times than I can count. I’ve went to countless concerts at Soaring Eagle Casino and celebrated so many birthdays there.
Located on Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe Reservation in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. There is entertainment for the whole family, as well as other properties to explore, including a Cultural Museum, Waterpark and Campground.
Alma, Michigan – a quaint and colorful historic city right in middle of the mitten! Alma’s reputation for culture and up-and-coming arts scene, begs to rival with that of bigger cities.
If you are from Alma or just coming for a visit, be sure to stop and see some of these amazing artworks! For the locals, scroll through the list and you’ll definitely see some of your favorite spots around town!
In the middle of everything, is Alma, Michigan, otherwise referred to as Scotland, USA! There’s a buzz right now in town – plenty to see and do! Come visit Alma, Michigan.
Where and what is Scotland, USA, you say?… Let me tell you all about Alma – Scotland USA!
In the middle of everything is Alma, Michigan, otherwise referred to as Scotland, USA! That’s what the sign says, that’s what we stick with and that’s what we celebrate! Now is a great time to mention, if you haven’t been to a Highland Festival yet, it’s time you go!
For as long as I can remember, I looked forward to the time when Alma came alive to the sound of bagpipes. As a child, it wasn’t uncommon to hear a bagpiper practicing off in the distance while playing at the many parks in town. And we were always looking forward to the annual Highland Festival and Games each Memorial Day Weekend!
See why the Village of Shepherd is the sweetest little town anywhere around. What may be surprising is Shepherd’s History, it’s rich and interesting.
Fun fact: The village was actually named known as Salt River through the 1800’s, then changed to Shepherd, after a notable man in town. So keep reading to see why you should stop by Salt River Park!
A drive through Shepherd in early Spring, you will see signs of Maple Syrup all around town! Maple Bush trees are tapped around every corner! It’s a village wide event.