Valentine's Day Staycations

February 14 is right around the corner, so we found 13 amorous deals on how to eat, sleep, and play without leaving the city.

By Alexandria Bordas January 30, 2014


Hotel De Luxe

A rather traditional package that includes a prix fixe three-course meal, a bottle of wine, and (of course) a copy of the Cary Grant/Deborah Kerr love classic, An Affair to Remember.  From $339,

The Nines

Enjoy the morning after with breakfast for two at the upscale Urban Farmer restaurant, Moonstruck chocolates, champagne and a DVD.  From $304,

Governor Hotel

This special deal includes half a dozen strawberries, whipped cream, chocolate sauce and bed full of rose petals.  From $309,

Hotel Monaco

Spice things up at the Hotel Monaco with feather boas, edible body massage oil and bath salts.  From $319,

RiverPlace Hotel

Discard all of those electronic distractions and let the RiverPlace hotel lock-up cell phones, laptops and I-pads in a safe while you rekindle your romance.  This also includes a bath butler who will draw up a personal bath with all of the right amenities.  From $474, 



Ned Ludd: Promising an "aphrodisiac" inspired meal with local Northwest ingredients, guests choose a prix fixe menu.  Reservations for two $110 for dinner only and $160 for dinner and wine.

Block’s: Satisfy your sweetheart's sweettooth with the hibiscus infused strawberry mimosa and savory treats like chocolate covered honeycombs and Block’s original chocolate pudding for two. 

Kern’s Kitchen: Kern’s will servce an Italian-inspired breakfast, lunch and dinner, and offer diners gift bags packed with goodies from Missionary Chocolates and Happy Cup Roasters.

Departure: Atop the Nines Hotel, Chef Gregory Gourdet has concocted eight unique dishes for an intimate evening.  The Valentine’s Day menu is $69 a person.

Urban Farmer: A five-course tasting "Farmerdisiac" menu ($70) awaits, including aged New York steak and foraged mushroom risotto. 



Portland Spirit: Feb. 14 & 15

Take in views of Portland's skyline (weather permitting, of course), live music, and a four-course meal, while cozying up to your loved one—all for $99. Book it:

Fifth Avenue Lounge: Boozy Brunch PDX, Saturday Feb. 15

Dress to impress and sip bottomless drinks from noon-3pm.   ($40/person) Book it:

The East Burn: Anti-Valentine’s Day, Friday Feb. 14 @ 9pm

Single rejoice! Starting at 9pm East Burn invites to dance to music mixed by DJ Cupid Killer and enjoy drink specials.


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