NORWALK, Conn. – In a survey of the most popular destinations and hotels for Valentine’s weekend and Valentine’s Day Las Vegas clearly held the winning hand. This is in part to all of the romantic activities and
Las Vegas events that this city offers.
The survey was based on published-price hotel reservations made through priceline.com for check-in between February 10-14, 2012.
Las Vegas hotels dominated the Valentine’s list. The most popular 5-star hotel in town for the romantic weekend is the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Autograph Collection, while MGM Grand Hotel Casino, also in Las Vegas, is the nation’s most-popular 4-star hotel. The Hyatt Regency Chicago is the most-popular non-gaming hotel for Valentine’s Week.
Other 4- and 5-star properties making the top 100 most popular Valentine’s week hotels, according to priceline.com, include:
Hilton New Orleans Riverside, 4-stars
Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, Las Vegas, 4-stars
Aria Resort and Casino, Las Vegas, 5-stars
The Waldorf Astoria, New York, 4-stars
Renaissance Dallas, 4-stars
Hotel Nikko, San Francisco, 4-stars
Hyatt Arlington, Arlington, VA 4-stars
Grand Hyatt New York, 4 stars
Wynn Las Vegas, 5-stars
Caesars Atlantic City Hotel Casino, 4-stars
Trump International New York, 5-stars
Treasure Island, Las Vegas, 4-stars
Hilton Hawaiian Village, Honolulu, 4.5-stars
Loews Coronado Bay Resort, Coronado, CA, 4-stars
Hilton Atlanta, 4-stars
Hilton Minneapolis, 4-stars
The Venetian, Las Vegas, 5-stars
Hyatt Regency Newport Beach, CA, 4-stars
Parc 55 Wyndham San Francisco-Union Square, 4-stars
The Westin Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 4-stars
“Valentine’s weekend and Valentine’s Day can be great mid-winter getaway opportunities for couples who don’t want to travel during the February 20th Presidents’ Day holiday, when many families are traveling with out-of-school kids,” said priceline.com’s in-house Travel Ekspert, Brian Ek.