Raintree Traveler Tips: Romantic Places

It’s almost Valentine’s Day! One of the best ways to celebrate the occasion is to travel somewhere romantic with your special someone, but deciding where to go can be a challenge.

To help you find that perfect place, we asked some of our resort managers about the most romantic spots in their destinations. If you find yourself in any of these destinations, make sure to stop by these places and enjoy Valentine’s Day as a local would.

  • Puerto Vallarta:

    Playa Majahuitas, located south of Puerto Vallarta, because it has a beautiful beach with crystal clear water and spectacular sunsets! The only way to get there is by boat, so not many people gather there, making it a very romantic place for couples.” – Alberto Berriel, Club Regina Puerto Vallarta and Villa Vera Puerto Vallarta General Manager

    Where to stay: Club Regina Puerto Vallarta or Villa Vera Puerto Vallarta

  • Park City:

    “The wide open fields around the McPolin Barn are considered to be one of the most romantic places in Park City. On any given summer weekend you can see couples having their wedding pictures taken. Many long-time locals stop by for a sentimental journey through the farm and along the edge of the fields.” – Carol Tyrrell, The Miners Club General Manager

    Where to stay: The Miners Club

  • Birch Bay:

    “The most photogenic spot would have to be along the Semiahmoo spit, which is a great place to go for a walk and enjoy the beautiful view of White Rock, British Columbia. It has rocky beaches on both sides plus a walking/bike path for those not wanting to be directly on the beach.” – Stacy Lamphier, Sandcastle at Birch Bay General Manager

    Where to stay: Sandcastle at Birch Bay

  • Oaxaca:

    “The most romantic place in Oaxaca is the walk from the Church of Santo Domingo to the zocalo. You can walk with your significant other on a street made of green stone and admire the beautiful architecture, browse shops that sell handcrafts and brass items, and listen to musicians playing guitars, keyboards, or violins.” – Yadira Hernandez,  Operations Manager

    Where to stay: Casa Divina Oaxaca



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