With the combination of the Valentine's Day, Presidents Day and plunging winter temperatures fast approaching this weekend, there might not be a better time to take a break from the broken heating in your home or the daily struggle on public transportation as arctic winds attempt to freeze your face off.

Below are some weekend getaway deals that may be right for you. 

Florida Panhandle

The Holiday Inn Resort Panama City Beach is offering the originally named “Romance Package” over the Valentine’s weekend with rates starting at $154 per night, and you can stay over Presidents' Day for an extra $109. In addition to four walls and a roof, the deal comes with a bottle of champagne, chocolate-covered strawberries, breakfast for two and deluxe accommodations. The hotel is situated right on the beach facing the Gulf of Mexico.


Get down there before Donald Trump’s wall is built. The Four Seasons Hotel in Mexico City is offering a Valentine’s Day package for $385 per night. The deal includes two welcome cocktails, a four-course dinner for two, a bottle of Moet & Chandon champagne and a breakfast in the morning. The hotel is also offering a late checkout the next day so you have extra time to explore.


The Rosalie Bay resort offers “mountainous adventure and dramatic photo ops,” so there are plenty of chances to ensure that your friends on Instagram have no doubt about how much better your life is than theirs. The resort is rated as the No. 1 hotel in the country, with Valentine’s Day Prices starting from around $250 a night. 

Colorado Skiing

What better place to spend a romantic weekend away with your partner than Beaver Creek in Colorado? The Park Hyatt hotel there is offering rooms at $699 per night that include the hotel's spa, scenic views of surrounding mountains and outdoor hot tubs.


The Taconic Hotel in Manchester, Vermont, is offering rooms for $269 per night over the Valentine’s Day weekend. If you use the promotional code LOVE, you’ll get a King Room, chocolates, champagne and, if that wasn’t already romantic enough, a selection of artisanal cheeses.