Las Vegas Named America’s Most Romantic City

Posted Wednesday, June 20, 2012 by in Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Restaurants, Las Vegas Weddings, Things to Do. No Comments.

When you think of things that remind you of Las Vegas, romance is almost always in the mix. The Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris. The gondola rides. The dancing fountains. The lap dances. All that.

Well, Las Vegas was recently named “America’s Most Romantic City” by a new dating site, MissTravel.com.

Paris romance

Even the hotel shower caps are romantic in Las Vegas.

Read all our 11 Alternate Uses for Your Hotel Shower Cap.

MissTravel.com made headlines when it launched, because it matches up wealthy men (“Generous Members”) with attractive young women (“Attractive Members”) who can’t afford to pay for their own vacation. We aren’t making this up.

Source aside, we couldn’t agree more with the assessment of Sin City’s romantic appeal!

And here’s a romantic idea for the blackjack or poker player in your life, discovered on Pinterest and lifted from the wonderful Visual Heart Blog.

Playing card love notes

We think this is "adorbs," whatever that might actually be.

Thanks to Nicole Phillips for giving us an idea this blog isn’t even remotely creative enough to come up with on its own.

Playing card love

Not only is this romantic, it also appears to be a work of fiction.

Need more proof Vegas is the most romantic city in America, if not the world? Check this marriage proposal out.

So, what are some romantic things you like to do in Las Vegas? A visit to the Chocolate Lounge at The Sugar Factory at Paris, maybe? A quickie renewal ceremony? Sharing the view at the top of the Strat? Maybe a couple’s massage at a Las Vegas spa?

For this blog, it’s a frosty cocktail with two straws. Hey, you romance how you romance and we’ll romance how we romance.



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