February is famously known as the month of love and romance. In the medieval times, people in France and England believed that February 14 marked the beginning of the birds’ mating season, making it a day of love and affection. So, if you’re looking for a way to show your special someone how much you care this Valentine’s Day, why not consider a romantic getaway in one of Utah’s themed hotel rooms? Here are four charming inns that offer themed rooms guaranteed to ignite the spark in your relationship.
The Anniversary Inn
Located in Utah, the Anniversary Inn is a delightful Bed and Breakfast that offers a range of creatively themed rooms designed to ignite your imagination and create lasting memories. Picture yourself spending a night in the Cape Cod Suite, shaped like an east coast lighthouse, or enjoying a shower in the Jungle Safari Room, where warm water sprays from the trunk of an elephant. For a taste of old Italy, indulge in the Venice Suite, where you can fall asleep in a gondola, serenaded by the sights and sounds of the beautiful city. The Logan location even allows you to relive the nostalgia of drive-in movies, as you watch a film on a 75″ screen from the comfort of a 1960 Ford pickup truck bed. Each room features an oversized jetted tub in a unique setting, allowing you to relax and unwind in style. To top off your romantic experience, wake up to a delicious hot breakfast. Book your stay at the Anniversary Inn by visiting their website.
Castle Creek Inn Medieval Style Bed and Breakfast
Escape into your own fairy tale at the Castle Creek Inn, located in Cottonwood Heights. This enchanting inn offers themed rooms that will transport you to a world of kings and queens. Stay in the King’s Lodge, Excalibur, Rapunzel’s Tower, or the Canterbury Suite, all designed to make you feel like royalty. Each room is equipped with modern amenities including free movies, Wi-Fi, a jetted tub, fireplace, mini-fridge, and a full hot breakfast to start your day off right. Some rooms also feature king-sized beds, pool tables, walk-in showers, and balconies. Discover more about the Castle Creek Inn by visiting their website.
Snowberry Inn Bed and Breakfast
Nestled on the east side of the majestic Wasatch Mountain Range, by the pristine shores of Pineview Reservoir, you’ll find the Snowberry Inn. This log cabin-style inn offers a cozy retreat with rustic-themed bungalows that transport you back to the old west. Experience the Pioneer, Sundance, Backcountry, or Monte Cristo rooms, each with its own unique charm. Wake up to a full hot breakfast that caters to every palate. At the Snowberry Inn, leaving the stresses of everyday life behind for a romantic getaway is effortless. Learn more about this charming inn by visiting their website.
The 1887 Hansen House Bed and Breakfast
Step back in time and indulge in Victorian elegance at the 1887 Hansen House Bed and Breakfast in Sandy, Utah. This historic Victorian mansion, listed on the National Historic Registry, is surrounded by stunning rock gardens, fountains, and century-old trees, exuding a delightful old-world charm. Each morning, savor a delicious full breakfast in the formal dining room adorned with Victorian china and crystal goblets. The guest rooms feature private bathrooms, fireplaces, and jetted tubs, transporting you to a world of luxury and comfort. The Blue Lagoon Room, inspired by the opulent staterooms of the Titanic, boasts a grand round bed, Victorian furniture, and whimsical touches that add a playful element to your stay. For more information about the 1887 Hansen House Bed and Breakfast, visit their website.
Even if these inns are fully booked for Valentine’s Day, you can always plan ahead and present a reservation as a thoughtful gift. Anticipation for your romantic getaway will only heighten the excitement. Take the opportunity to browse through the pictures and descriptions of the themed rooms on each inn’s website. Choosing together will add an element of fun and adventure to your experience. Remember, nurturing a relationship takes time and effort, and what better way to keep the flame alive than a memorable stay in a themed hotel room?