Colorado can be one of the most romantic destinations to explore any time of year. Before deciding where to spill your feelings to that special someone, consider these lovely locations across the state.
Why it’s romantic: Lovebirds flock to this luxury resort in Colorado Springs to experience a piece of the state’s history in style. Visit for a sunset walk around the property’s lake with panoramic views of nearby Cheyenne Mountain, treat yourselves with a couples massage at the five-star spa, and indulge in one of the hotel’s fine-dining experiences to set the stage for your perfect moment.
Your line: “Our love keeps getting better with time—just like the Broadmoor.”
Why it’s romantic: Nicknamed the “Sweetheart City,” this charming Front Range town holds a reputation befitting its name. Since 1946, the town’s Valentine Re-Mailing Program has received more than 100,000 Valentines to be stamped with a loving verse and re-mailed to significant others across the world. Plan a pre-Valentine’s date to check out the town’s vibrant art scene and share a fancy dinner, then drop your love letters at the post office or Chamber of Commerce to participate in the local tradition.
Your line: “You’ve turned my whole world into a Loveland.”
Telluride Ski Resort
Why it’s romantic: This one’s for the adventurous lovers. Board the Mountain Village gondola for a romantic ride where you’ll admire stunning 360-degree views of snowcapped peaks the entire way. Thirteen minutes and 1,790 vertical feet later, exit at Station St. Sophia to dine at renowned Allred’s Restaurant. While you savor dreamy views of Telluride below, pop a bottle of champagne—or pop the question!
Your line: “You make me feel like I’m on top of the world, every day.”