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Valentine's Day Packages in Dallas

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With the excitement of the Super Bowl behind us, it seems that Valentine's Day has snuck upon us without much warning. While Dallas and the metroplex tries to gather their composure after a record-setting Super Bowl Sunday, a couple of area hotels aren't missing a beat by offering up romantic deals for couples who want a memorable night out.

“Get Your Veuve On” at Hotel Palomar

The ever-trendy Hotel Palomar is at it again, offering guests enough romance to avoid leaving the room. Until February 28, guests checking in under the package are not only treated to swanky accommodations within walking distance of many Uptown shops and restaurants, but they can also expect to be greeted with a chilled bottle of Veuve Clicquot Champagne and complimentary valet parking. The package also includes a free in-room movie, as well as a $50 credit for dinner. While you can use the credit for room service, why not slip over to Central 214, where Chef Blythe Beck is rumored to be whipping up a killer five-course “Live. Love. Lust: Valentine’s Dinner." The dinner is available February 11 - 14 and is priced at $75 per person. Reservations are recommended.

"Remember Romance" at the Gaylord Texan

The sprawling Gaylord Texan has a steady rotation of packages and deals for every holiday and event, and Valentines Day is no different. The Gaylord's "Remember Romance" package features overnight accommodations and free parking, as well as a complimentary bottle of champagne and a tray of cake balls. In the evening, couples can dance the night away with free passes to the Glass Cactus Nightclub, and morning brings a free breakfast for two. The package also includes a 20 percent discount for all shops and spa services at the resort. The "Remember Romance" package is available until the end of April and starts at just $272 per couple, per night.

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