Best Romantic Places to Have a Rendezvous in New York City

New York City is filled with romantic places that most people around the world only have a chance to experience on film. In the city that never sleeps romance is always in the air. Share a bite out of the Big Apple with a partner.

New York City is filled with romantic places that most people around the world only have a chance to experience on film. In the city that never sleeps romance is always in the air. With the many parks, scenarios to meet at, as well as a beautiful harbor, there are plenty of romantic places to spend a few hours, a day, or evening that only New York City can offer. Share a bite out of the Big Apple with a romantic partner to enjoy a lovely rendezvous.

Central Park

Central Park Conservancy
14 E. 60th Street
New York, NY
(212) 310-6600

www.centralparknyc.org

Central Park could be called romance central. All year this world famous park is ready to indulge your romantic wishes. You will easily impress your love with a visit to Belvedere Castle. Share a spring or summer day with a lunch-time rendezvous of a picnic lunch on the great lawn and then sneak away to take a trip on the carousel. Flowers speak and smell romance; whisk your sweetheart away for a walk through the formal Conservatory Garden. Take in a show of Shakespeare in the Park for a romantic interlude. And what more says romance than a horse-drawn carriage ride with the background of New York City lit up?

The Staten Island Ferry

1 Whitehall Street
New York, NY
(718) 876-8441

siferry.com

Enjoy a romantic day on the water viewing the world famous skyline of New York City. As the sun shines down, take in the breeze arm-in-arm on the deck with your love viewing the beautiful Statue of Liberty as the boat sails past. Once you land in Staten Island, enjoy a leisurely hand-in-hand walk through St. George Waterfront. Stop for lunch before taking the ferry back to Brooklyn for a night time ride under the stars. View wonderful Lady Liberty all lit up for a shout of romance. Finish your New York City rendezvous with a late night dinner in a trend-setting restaurant in Brooklyn.

Cynergy Spa

87 Ft. Greene Place
Brooklyn, NY
(718) 403-9242

cynergyspa.com

Imagine meeting for a passionate interlude with some pampering tailored to romance for two. What more shouts romance than strawberries with chocolate and sparkling champagne? Add to the yummy pleasures the sweetness of side-by-side private massages after a relaxing plunge for a private moment in the Jacuzzi. Turn your visit into a total spa day experience by adding on other services such as body scrubs and facials while enjoying a spa lunch and some more of the bubbly.

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