Ev­ery­thing you need for the per­fect Valen­tine’s

So you’ve man­aged to score your­self a date on Valen­tine’s Day, but you want to im­press be­yond just din­ner and a movie. Score extra brownie points with th­ese awe­some date ideas. By HK Staff

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Book a Stay­ca­tion

Valen­tine’s Day falls on a Sun­day this year, which makes it the per­fect oc­ca­sion to book a stay­ca­tion. Check into

W Hong Kong for some alone time with your lover with two room pack­ages avail­able: “Love Rules” in­cludes a W Fan­tasy Pack com­plete with flirty toys, while “Dare to be Fab­u­lous” of­fers heart-warm­ing wel­come ameni­ties to set the mood. Start­ing from $2,800 + 10 per­cent for room and suite pack­ages. 1 Austin Rd. West, West Kowloon, 3717-2798.

Pro­pose, Al­ready

Think­ing of pop­ping the ques­tion on the big night but haven’t the faintest clue how to do it? Mor­ton’s has you cov­ered with its spe­cial “Pro­posal Pack­age”: Start the night with a ro­man­tic can­dlelit 3-course din­ner, then get down on one knee in a Pre­mium Har­bor View Suite at The Sher­a­ton Ho­tel, with the words “Will U Marry Me” writ­ten in bal­loons as your back­drop. We say YES!

$9,999 for two. 4/F, The Sher­a­ton Ho­tel Hong Kong,

20 Nathan Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 2732-2343.

Get Pam­pered

Treat your­self and your S.O. this Valen­tine’s Day with some much-de­served pam­per­ing at Melo Spa at Hy­att Re­gency Hong Kong Sha Tin. Those with a sweet tooth, don’t miss their new co­coa body scrub: a choco­latey scrub to re­move dead skin, fol­lowed by a nour­ish­ing co­coa body mas­sage for some deep re­lax­ation. With that choco­latey smell lin­ger­ing long af­ter the treat­ment, we dare you to keep your hands off each other…

$1,399 per per­son. 5/F, Hy­att Re­gency Hong Kong Sha Tin, 18 Chak Che­ung St., Sha Tin, 3723-7684.

Net­flix & Chill

So you’re run­ning on pen­nies af­ter the CNY hol­i­days, and a fancy night out is a bit out­side the bud­get... never fear, be­cause Net­flix is here! With sub­scrip­tion plans start­ing as low as $63 per month, it’s pos­si­ble to have that V-Day in you al­ways wanted—plus, you’ll have to­tal pri­vacy when things start to get hot and heavy. Or­der a gourmet meal with De­liv­eroo.hk, sit back and re­lax with a ro­man­tic movie. Our sug­ges­tion: 1953 Au­drey Hep­burn clas­sic “Ro­man Hol­i­day.”

Meet the Mouse

Put on your cutest Mickey and Min­nie match­ing out­fits and go for a day out at Hong Kong Dis­ney­land. On this lovey­dovey oc­ca­sion, the theme park is rolling out a col­lec­tion of “his and hers” keep­sakes for all Dis­ney-lovers, as well as some new live shows to cel­e­brate their 10th an­niver­sary (dou­ble hap­pi­ness!). And of course, you get to meet and greet the mousey power cou­ple in per­son…

Hong Kong Dis­ney­land, Lan­tau, 3550-3388, hongkongdis­ney­land.com.

Cus­tom­ize your Love

Look­ing for some­thing scent-imen­tal? Pre­mium din­ing club The First Floor is host­ing a spe­cial “Blend­ing Love” whisky and per­fume work­shop to cel­e­brate Valen­tine’s Day. Guests will get to cre­ate a one-of-a-kind per­fume and whisky blend to take home, com­plete with a per­son­al­ized mes­sage for their loved one. Feel­ing peck­ish? Stay for the sump­tu­ous six-course din­ner, fea­tur­ing Bos­ton lob­ster and wagyu beef. $2,180 + 10 per­cent for two for “Blend­ing Love” work­shop and din­ner pack­age. 1/F, Baskerville House,

13 Dud­dell St., Cen­tral, 2840-0032.

White choco­late and pas­sion fruit sor­bet at First Floor

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