Top 5 Romantic Hotels For You Next City Weekend Break

by Elio August 09, 2015

Flowers, chocolate, fine wine and weekends away are synonymous with romance. We think there’s nothing better than combining them all into a romantic city trip, leaving everything - except that special someone - behind. 

Now that you’re ready to get your romance on, you’re probably wondering what romantic city for a lover's mini trip you should choose. Picking the top destination was so difficult we decided to narrow it down to our top five, located throughout France, Belgium, Morocco and Italy. Pack your bags and get ready to get nice and cozy with that special someone!

Hotel Le A, Champs-Elysees, Paris, France

Ah, Paris. The very thought makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Hotel Le A is the optimal spot for a romantic weekend with your sweetie because it's located right off of a quiet little street in the heart of Paris. Near all of the best galleries, shopping hot spots and spectacular dining, you’ll love this little boutique hotel inspired by art. The A in Hotel Le A stands for Art and is shaped for the Eiffel tower.

Along with being surrounded by spectacular and trendy art, you’ll also enjoy the total romance of this hotel and rediscover the person you love so much. 

Hotel Prinsenhof, Bruges, Flanders, Belgium

Bruges, Belgium is as romantic as it comes. It’s the perfect place to plan a weekend city break for couples looking to add some flavor to their romance. With canals, cobblestone streets and art to meet your fancy, you’ll fall in love again in old time Bruges. Here, you’ll find yourself staying in a beautiful mansion in the “Venice of the North”. The hosts ensure that your stay is perfect, looking out for all the little details that count. Plus, this city is renowned as being a foodie lovers’ paradise with tons of highly rated eateries all scattered about.

For lovers that fancy carefully crafted cuisine, Hotel Prinsenhof Bruges brings you to the heart of one of most delicious cities in Belgium. 

Villa Tolomei Hotel and Resort, Florence, Tuscany, Italy

Florence is one of the most magical cities in Europe. Villa Tolomei Hotel and Resort delivers you right to the very center of this magical place with a residence that sparkles with its own flair. This 14th century Renaissance Villa is complete with a traditional style 20 hectare garden overlooking Florence, sealing the deal in the romance department. Imagine the spectacular city views paired with the total privacy of a garden, the perfect recipe for sparks to fly.

For another intimate experience, we found ourselves dreaming of the Villa Tolomei restaurant and all its delightful and authentic Tuscan flavors. It’s one of our favs when it comes to romantic stays.  

Dar 73, Medina, Marrakech-Tensift-Al-Haouz, Morocco

If you’re considering romantic weekend breaks that are unique and out of the ordinary, look no further than Dar 73 in Morocco. This charming and ultra-fab hotel is laid back and fresh. Stylish but not cluttered, each piece of furnishing serves a specific purpose, allowing you to focus completely on your lover’s company and not be distracted by excessive decor.

We absolutely adored the fact that you can open a window and enjoy the light floral scent of flowers from the inner court. Stay in or explore the town, either way you’ll fall completely in love at this chic getaway. 

L’Hotel Particular, Bordeaux, Aquitaine, France

What could be better than a romantic city trip to Bordeaux? This total cosmo hot spot has a perfect temp for exploring palaces of the old town. And we haven’t even gotten to the best part: the wine! Known as the world capital of wine, you can expect to enjoy the delightful drink whenever and wherever you please.

We love the L’Hotel for its lavish rooms and apartments at a price that will still keep enough money in your wallet to enjoy plenty of wine. 

Spice up your love life and book a weekend city break for couples at one of these exceptional lodging options! Have you visited any? Share with us your thoughts in the comments below!

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