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10 Most Romantic Hotels in Pennsylvania for Couples’ Getaways

Lovers’ Lane is right here in Pennsylvania.

From a romantic day viewing greenery at Longwood Gardens to exploring Penn’s Cave together or seeing a ballgame at PNC Park, the Keystone State offers no shortage of activities for rekindling that spark.

However, where should you retire to when all the day’s fun is over? Here are 10 of the best hotels throughout the state for continuing the romantic ambiance.

1. The Guild House Hotel

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Nestled deep in the historic district of the City of Brotherly Love, you’ll find the Guild House Hotel. The hotel is a rowhome from 1855 that’s received National Historic Landmark status and has been carefully, lovingly restored.

A trendy boutique hotel that’s as much about the experience as the ambiance, the Guild House Hotel regularly hosts antique fireside chats.

Your room will include amenities curated by female entrepreneurs from Philly and the rest of the US. You’ll find the rooms and suites simply dazzling, with each uniquely named and decorated.

The Wilda is a 331-square-foot junior suite with a workplace and queen-sized bed on the first floor of the building.

It features traditional wallpapering and artwork, soft textiles, and earthy hues like plum, gray, and blue. The room is named after Wilda Love, a housekeeper from the New Century Guild in the early 1900s.

Do you long for something larger? The Alice is the fourth unit and the biggest. It’s a split-level hotel room that’s 1,000 square feet and has a sizable living room, two bedrooms, a kitchenette, and two bathrooms.

The room is nicknamed after Dr. Alice Norton and has a rock ‘n’ roll atmosphere, according to the hotel itself. This is the room to rent if you’re interested in having a party or ever want to bring the kids.

Your stay puts you in proximity to many attractions, including Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, an eclectic, avant-garde art exhibit, and Avenue of the Arts.

You can also tour the historical side of Philly by visiting City Hall or Independence Mall.

2. Sofitel Philadelphia at Rittenhouse Square

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You don’t have to plan an elaborate and expensive vacation to France when you can take your sweetie to Sofitel Philadelphia at Rittenhouse Square and live the Parisian way.

This gorgeous hotel on famous South Street is near Rittenhouse Square Park and Philly’s French Quarter. Your proximity to one of the city’s most illustrious cultural districts makes the Sofitel the ideal lodging for your vacation.

You will also appreciate how close you are to the historical destinations and the city’s financial district.

The style of this hotel is positively breathtaking, with a cavernous lobby and rooms that are almost as large. Many have been recently renovated to offer top-notch luxury features and amenities.

Perhaps you will stay in the Superior King Room with a duvet sleeper, feather-top bed, coffee table, a work desk, a marble bathroom with Balmain amenities, and a 55-inch LCD TV.

The 350-square-foot room includes a tub and a glass shower in the bathroom, and your own minibar.

While you could experience the city’s amazing culinary scene, Philly eats come right to you with restaurants in the hotel.

The Liberte Lounge offers French food and unique cocktails amidst a room coated in jewel tones and mood lighting.

Chez Colette has recently undergone renovations to improve the appearance of this brasserie even more. You can also sample bourbons or order dining in your room when you’re just too cozied up with your love to leave.

3. Paradise Stream Resort

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Immerse yourself in undeniable Poconos beauty at the Paradise Stream Resort.

This retreat for two overlooks Lake Eden, a private lake that establishes a honeymoon vibe. Indoor and outdoor attractions and activities are available all year long, and 144 suites make the resort just exclusive enough.

Everything here is designed to rekindle your romance, from the round beds to the whirlpool tubs and warming fireplaces.

Set the mood at Diana’s Oasis Suite, a 943-square-foot room for romance. It’s adorned with a Blush Bed, a starlight ceiling, a heart-shaped tub for two, and stone, granite, and sand features for a natural retreat.

The aptly-named Champagne Tower is a larger 1,226 square feet but still just for two. It’s a four-level suite that’s been in play at Paradise Stream since 1984. A Champagne Tower whirlpool stands seven feet tall and is a great photo op if ever there was one.

You can also enjoy plush amenities and features, such as a Blush Bed, thick bedroom curtains for privacy, vintage décor stylings, cozy furniture, and a heart-shaped pool.

I’m only getting started! Paradise Stream always has live entertainment to enjoy, with shows and performances seven nights a week.

Dining is available when you stay. You and your sweetie can sample culinary delights together, from steak to shrimp or something more casual such as pizza and sandwiches.

The TanLines Bar & Grill offers seasonal poolside fun. Spooner’s Grill is a casual place to eat, while you’ll want to dress to the nines for a meal at the Huntress Dining Room.

Stay out late at the Red Apple Nightclub with pulsing music and electric cocktails in all sorts of yummy flavors.

Relax together at the onsite spa with a soothing, lovely couples’ massage.

4. Hotel Fauchere

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Quaint, charming, not of its time. Those are just a few adjectives you can laud on the exquisite Hotel Fauchere. This charming hotel, founded in 1852, is another incredible slice of Pennsylvania’s long and illustrious history.

The beauty of the trees and greenery surrounding the property will captivate your attention first, then the sizable lobby and the one-of-a-kind art pieces adorning the walls.

The 16 guest rooms, a very exclusive number, feature high-end coffee machines, Pennsylvania bluestone and Carrera marble in the bathroom, and hardwood flooring.

An enclosed garden sets the stage for a memorable walk for two. Retreat to a premium room, which is the biggest in the hotel. Your room includes a balcony view showcasing the private gardens below.

Dining at the Hotel Fauchere is an unforgettable experience. Bar Louis serves engaging dishes like sushi pizza with a tempura crust, scallions, spicy tobiko, and ahi tuna.

The beignet au fromage features the sumptuous flavors of tomato, fig, prosciutto di parma, and Montrachet goat cheese espuma.

Wine and brunch are also available. The brunch menu includes shakshuka, French omelets, baked French toast, the frittata of the day, and Bloody Marys and mimosas, of course!

Why not plan your day at the nearby Columns Museum of the Pike County Historical Society to learn more about Pennsylvania? You’re also not far from the breathtaking Raymondskill Creek Trail.

5. Fulton Steamboat Inn

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Now here’s a different type of Pennsylvania hotel, and that’s putting it mildly! Have you ever longed to stay on a steamboat? Now you and your honey can make your dreams come true at the Fulton Steamboat Inn.

It’s a hotel with Victorian design influences throughout, yet modern amenities couples crave.

For instance, your guest room will include a fridge and microwave for some light in-room cooking, a 32-inch television, and access to the indoor pool for taking a dip no matter the weather outside.

The hotel offers gym amenities, a feeding pond with fish and ducks, and an indoor hot tub. Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern serves three meals a day and has a full-service bar for all your drinking needs.

You’re also conveniently near the Rockvale Outlet Shopping Mall, Amish Country Tours, and the Dutch Wonderland Amusement Park for planning your entire trip itinerary!

6. The Parador Inn

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The North Shore’s Parador Inn has Caribbean theming throughout, so it’s the perfect summertime retreat. You’ll experience its lavish décor with tropical touches everywhere you look to create that relaxing ambiance you need.

The historic mansion that is the Parador has stood since the late 1800s and features only nine rooms. Book fast if you see something you like, as you can’t expect it to stick around for long.

Each room has its own festive flavor and flair, giving you a reason to plan a return trip immediately.

The African Tulip is a 328-square-foot room in terra cotta red with a window seat, a king-sized bed, a private gas log fireplace for two, a private full bathroom with a shower and tub, a fridge, a coffeemaker, cable TV, and air conditioning.

The Bromeliad is a larger 500 square feet. This enchantingly vivid blue room with contrasting red accents is the latest addition to the hotel. It creates a gorgeous ambiance that you’ll love to start your day with.

7. Lodge at Woodloch

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Fall in love with each other all over again as you fall for the beauty of The Lodge at Woodloch, a destination spa resort in Hawley near the Poconos.

You and your sweetie don’t even have to leave the hotel to have a blast. You can choose from more than 50 daily classes for learning something new or rediscovering your hobbies and interests without the kids around.

Take a much-needed digital detox, experience nature therapy in the forest, learn about chakra energy, take a cooking class, or meet with a nutritionist. All the experiences are designed for a better you.

You’ll certainly feel better after a spa day. The Lodge at Woodloch Spa has nearly 30 treatment rooms for administering custom body and facial treatments for women and men.

Let your troubles melt away in the relaxation room or enjoy the ambiance of a fireplace lounge.

The spa also includes whirlpools, steam rooms, saunas, and private changing rooms.

Has your appetite been whetted yet? If so, eat fresh produce and goodies sourced from the hotel’s garden, Blackmore Farm, or sit down to an upscale meal for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Kosher dining is available.

This adults-only hotel offers premium lodging with a 55-inch smart TV, complimentary slippers and robe, a fridge, plush linens and towels, a large marble shower and rosemary mint bath, a private water closet, and views of a private wooded lake or rocky garden waterfall.

8. Omni William Penn Hotel

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You’ll hardly believe your eyes when you set foot upon the threshold at the Omni William Penn Hotel.

Situated right in the heart of Pittsburgh, this historic hotel features nearly 40 guest rooms, each adorned with fine décor and amenities to make your experience as unforgettable as the rest of your vacation.

The rooms boast moldings and cherrywood touches, spaciousness, openable windows, a beverage chiller, a complimentary daily newspaper, Wi-Fi, and a flat-screen television. The rooms are also pet-friendly.

Fine dining experiences await you when you exit your room. The Terrace Room is a lavish dining room with new traditional food, The Speakeasy has a prevalent 1920s vibe, Palm Court serves alcohol and small dishes, and The Tap Room is a warm, inviting bar.

You can also grab to-go meals at Brueggers Bagels or something to drink at Mellon Square Coffee. In-room dining is available.

The masseuses will come to you for an in-room massage. You can also request an in-room fitness kit or utilize the onsite exercise facilities.

Plan an exquisite day for just the two of you at The Andy Warhol Museum or the Carnegie Museum of Art.

9. Sayre Mansion

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Known as “Bethlehem’s urban haven,” the Sayre Mansion was erected in 1858 in Fountain Hill, a part of Bethlehem.

Once owned by Robert Heysham Sayre, the hotel’s namesake today, the hotel was a fraternity house at the start of the 1900s, then an apartment complex between the 1930s and 1980s. It wasn’t until 1993 that it became a beloved bed and breakfast.

Select from premium rooms such as the two-story William Sayre Suite for a long visit or The Hayloft in the Carriage House on the third floor. This elegant suite features earthy décor and dormered ceilings.

The available amenities are a daybed, king-sized bed, private bathroom, walk-in shower, refrigerator, and flat-screen television.

Meet for breakfast, have a spot of afternoon tea, or enjoy an upscale dinner at The Founder’s Table in the private dining room. You will eat like royalty with a six-course meal served by an award-winning caterer.

Some of the plates that will come your way are lamb merguez strudel, roasted butternut squash with apple soup, bacon-wrapped lobster tail, wild mushroom ravioli, green salad with roasted beets and warm goat cheese, or roast duck breast with port and dried cherries.

For dessert, enjoy a carrot cake served with ginger mascarpone frosting, a cognac pumpkin cheesecake, or a vanilla apricot torte.

10. Logan Inn

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New Hope

The Logan Inn by Landmark began with 16 rooms but expanded to 22. Each room has a distinct ambiance with unique luxurious touches, design, art, and architecture.

Some rooms have a jungle vibe with zebra throws on the floor and fine African tapestries hanging on the wall.

Others boast luxe modernism with accent walls in rich crimson red and hexagonal architecture or warm brick with hanging metallic sconces.

The Logan Inn is the home of Ferry + Main, a community living room with top-notch libations and meals. It opens for lunch and dinner on weekdays and offers a fine Sunday brunch beginning at 11:30 until 2:30.

Some delish dinner offerings include steak frites, a 14-ounce New York strip steak, fried chicken and waffles, miso salmon, or a grass-fed burger.

You and your honey won’t want to miss dessert, with options like a warm brookie, ricotta cheesecake, pineapple upside-down cake, and berries and cream served with a berry sorbet, strawberry sauce, and citrus cream.

The Good & Plenty is an indoor-outdoor bar that perfectly encapsulates the eclectic New Hope vibe. Sip on cocktails like a Monte’s Cello with prosecco, caraway, vanilla, limoncello, and vodka.

The Ferry Fizz is made with prosecco, Dolin Blanc, lemon, and strawberry rhubarb.