Pan Pacific Melbourne shares ideas for a romantic Valentine’s Day

In Travel News by The H4C Team

With enchanting vineyards and dazzling city sights, Victoria offers plenty for romantics this Valentine’s Day. Not sure how to celebrate February 14th this year? Luxury hotel Pan Pacific Melbourne has shared with us some seriously lovely experiences. 

Perfect for exploring the city, a dinner cruise with The Spirit of Melbourne takes couples along the Yarra River, passing glittering skyscrapers along the way. Adding to it all, a fabulous four-course dinner-with-a-view is sure to get you in your sweetheart’s good books. 

Pretend you’re a royal couple when you explore the city in a horse-drawn carriage

Prefer to do your sightseeing on land? Specially designed for couples, The Deluxe Romantic Tour with the Classic Carriage invites romantics to sip Champagne while weaving their way through Melbourne’s iconic streets on a horse-drawn carriage – hello, royal wedding vibes! Or, take your love to new heights and take in amazing views with a romantic meal at the Eureka Tower’s Eureka Skydeck 89 restaurant. At a mind-boggling 285 metres (almost as tall as the Eiffel Tower!), it’s wonderful for dinner-with-a-view.

If it’s a unique experience you’re after, spend the night at Melbourne Zoo. Ideal for animal-loving couples, the zoo’s exciting Roar ‘n’ Snore Overnight Camp is where you can wine, dine and sleep near some of nature’s most incredible creatures. 

Unwind in a hot spring or visit cellar doors just outside of Melbourne

Outside the city, there’s also plenty to see and do. A winner for loved-up day-trips, The Peninsula Hot Springs (90 minutes from Melbourne) feels blissfully tranquil. Let your stresses melt away as you relax in natural thermal waters, surrounded by scenic bushland. Or, treat yourselves and hop from winery to winery in the Yarra Valley with one of Vinetrekker’s sensational tours. Complete with a complimentary bottle of wine (and a skilled designated driver), they’re enough to win us over!

Lastly, top everything off with a stay at the sumptuous Pan Pacific Melbourne. To find out more about the hotel or to book, visit the Pan Pacific Melbourne website here