Happily Ever After: Hotels and Restaurants that Make the Perfect Couple

Master chefs, colorful authentic food, unsurpassed wine list, seasonal menus, quality service, visually stunning preparations with views and a prime location. If you’re lucky, a restaurant will offer just one of these things. But in a competitive world of fine dining, a restaurant will fight to give you all of those things.
Fine dining is more often than not, found in luxurious hotels. Although hotels and restaurants are completely different entities, they work together building creditability, reputation and an unmatched experience. Here are a few hotel and restaurants that will make your jaw drop, even when you’re still eating:

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The Palazzo
Las Vegas Boulevard is one of the only places you can experience luxury hotels and have an ample selection of fine dining right outside of your hotel door. Close your eyes and pick any hotel on The Strip, you are almost guaranteed to find it also hosts an award winning restaurant. The CUT in the Palazzo hotel and casino is certainly worth going out of your way for. Master chef Wolfgang Puck puts a contemporary twist on a classic steakhouse by using top quality beef including Prime, hormone-free, corn-fed sirloin from Nebraska; and a 35-day dry-aged beef from Illinois. To accompany your steak you can choose from a wide variety of homemade sauces and CUT’s famous creamed spinach with fried organic egg and the soft polenta with parmesan.
Caesars Palace
Guy Savoy, located in Caesars Palace is known best for French “Nouvelle Cuisine,” and visitors can enjoy the food as well as list of 2,100 (mostly French) wines, inside of an elegant seating area that is fit for a pharaoh in a temple.

The Bellagio
Michael Mina, located in the famous Bellagio Hotel which fits with the sleek, classy, colorful theme of the high- rolling casino. Upon entering Michael Mina, guests walk through the Botanical glass gardens of the Bellagio Casino. The contemporary atmosphere specializes in seafood, vegetarian and seasonal dishes.

Trump International Hotel and Towers

The Trump Towers are known for hosting some of the finest restaurants across the world. In New York City, Jean- Georges, named after award-winning chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, mixes French, American and Indochinese ingredients, creating an artful, delicate dishes. Sixteen, which is located on the 16th floor of Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago has some of the most spectacular views of the Chicago, Lake Michigan, The Chicago River and the Wrigley Clock Tower. Views are seen out of 30- foot floor- to- ceiling windows.

St Regis Hotels

St Regis Hotels are also known for hosting a wide variety of fine dining establishments across the world.  J&G Grill in Park City, Utah provides Jean- Gorges sophistication in a ski town setting. Slopeside views, a wood burning fireplace with an open kitchen provide a mountainous dining experience. The Saint Regis in Aspen, hosts a restaurant led by executive Chef Jason Adams. It features food from local and regional farms resulting in a fresh dining experience.

The Fairmont- San Francisco

Staying on board with local produce is also a commitment the Laurel Court Restaurant at the Fairmount Hotel in San Francisco has made. Chef jW Foster only uses seasonal organic produce, free range poultry and eggs and only cooks seafood that come from sustainable sources.

The Westin- Los Angeles

At La Prime at the Westin in Los Angeles you can enjoy panoramic views of downtown Los Angeles and an edgy menu that offers prime beef steaks, both wet and dry aged, lamb and fresh fish.

The Auberge du Soleil
The Auberge du Soleil in Napa Valley, California is located in a remote area and visitors can experience an endless view of the Mayacamas Range. You’ll be sure to have the most knowledgeable waiters who can provide wine recommendations and in the non- peak winter months you can find cheap rates this homey hotel.

What are some of your favorite restaurant- hotel combinations that you’ve been to?


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