Arizona December 20, 2016
The Arizona Town That’s Perfect For A Romantic Winter Getaway
I don’t know about you, but when the temperatures dip in the winter, there’s no better way to spend a weekend than with someone you can snuggle up with. If you want to make that time a little extra special, then a romantic weekend getaway sounds just right. So, book a room, make sure your sweetie has the weekend off, and get ready to have a wonderful time!
There's plenty of areas around the state that could easily fit a definition of romantic but our favorite is definitely Sedona.
The sweeping red rock vistas, clear skies, and plenty of activities, inns, and restaurants ensures that Sedona always sits at the top of the list!
Plus, it helps that Sedona is a little quieter in the winter and the landscape looks stunning when coated with snow.
Whether it's a heavy coating or just a light dusting like above, snow always looks amazing here. So, let's take a quick look at why you should choose a romantic stay in this town.
You'll find plenty of bed and breakfast inns, resorts, and other hotels that will make your stay cozy and quiet.
Find a little bed and breakfast inn, like Briar Patch Inn shown above, for a secluded stay near the creek or at the base of the rock formations.
While the landscape is freezing outside, you can stay warm inside with a roaring fire.
Adobe Hacienda Bed & Breakfast (above) has absolutely beautiful rooms that look warm and inviting. Plus, depending on where you stay, you might even get breakfast delivered to your room so you can dine in bed.
For food, you have quite the selection to choose from! One favorite is Dahl & DiLuca, an Italian restaurant that is both fancy and intimate.
Other locations you need to check out are Cress on Oak Creek at L'Auberge and the restaurant at Garland's Oak Creek Lodge. Don't forget to make reservations in advance!
As for day time activities, it all depends on what your definition of "romantic" looks like. For some, it might include a winter hike.
Beautiful scenery coated in snow, clear skies, and fewer hikers makes for a nice, quiet retreat. Just remember to take your time, you don't need to be in a rush on a romantic getaway.
Do some sightseeing and shopping as a couple; there's plenty to see and do, such as visiting Tlaquepaque Art Village.
Indulge in a chocolate sampling from Lulu's Chocolage Lounge!
Or take advantage of the dozens of spas located around town! Get a massage, a cleansing facial, and R E L A X.
And, a great way to finish the night is with some star gazing just outside town. Winter is the perfect time of year to do this since the stars appear brighter and clearer.
Want to plan your own little romantic getaway for a weekend this winter? A good start is selecting where to stay, so check out some cozy, charming inns around the state in
9 Little Known Inns In Arizona That Offer An Unforgettable Overnight Stay!