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Romantic Retreats In and Around Detroit

If you’ve been dreaming of recapturing that loving feeling or doing something besides dinner and a movie, plan a getaway with your sweetheart to celebrate the season of love.

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B.L.A.C. scoured the region to find a range of heavenly hideaways to suit your style, from downtown to Chi-Town.

Sybaris Pool Suites

After the relaxing sounds of a waterfall have lulled you to sleep, imagine waking up and jumping straight into the pool—or sliding into the hot tub before bed. It’s all possible at this unique couple’s paradise, where waterfalls, fireplaces, steam rooms, swimming pools and hot tubs are suite amenities. Multiple locations near Chicago, Milwaukee and in Indianapolis. Rooms start at $199 and range to $559 per night.

3350 Milwaukee Ave., Northbrook, Ill.
847-298-5000
Sybaris.com

Chateau Chantal 

Take Traverse City trip to taste wine, see the sights and relax at this winery, and bed and breakfast. Room sizes range from cozy to spacious suites, and amenities include waterfront or vineyard views, a balcony or terrace and a whirlpool tub. The Celebration package starts at $40 and includes chilled champagne, dinner, fresh flowers and a gourmet chocolate assortment. The Films and Fondue package includes a DVD, chocolate fondue with fresh fruit and cerise wine. And the Unwind package, starting at $285, features two 60-minute massages, two embroidered robes, two glasses and a bottle of late-harvest Riesling. Room rates for the bed-and-breakfast start at $155.

5900 Rue De Vin, Traverse City
231-223-4110
ChateauChantal.com

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