• A One-Night Stay for Two, Sundays through Thursdays, in the Fairway Suite ($179), Lakeside Chalet Suite ($199), or Champagne Tower Suite ($259)
• Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two, Fridays and Saturdays, in the Fairway Suite ($479), Lakeside Chalet Suite ($519), or Champagne Tower Suite ($729)
• All Inclusive of Unlimited Breakfast and Dinner, Live Nightly Entertainment, and Indoor and Outdoor Recreational Facilities and Activities
• Combine Unlimited Vouchers for an Extended Stay
An all-inclusive, couples-only property that features a 9-hole golf course, hiking trails, pool, and a 32,000-square-foot sports and entertainment center, Pocono Palace finds a balance between low-key couples looking to reconnect and high-energy couples ready to burn a candle at both ends. After a two-hour drive from Philadelphia, settle into a romantic hideaway, which all have heart-shaped whirlpool baths, mini refrigerators, and fireplaces.
The Fairway Suite is named for its proximity to the golf course and features a round king-size bed. The Lakeside Chalet Suite comes equipped with a raised bedroom surrounded by Roman columns and king-size bed with a mirrored headboard. Last, but not least, the Champagne Tower Suite offers a seven-foot champagne glass whirlpool tub for two, a massage table with heat lamp, and a celestial ceiling.
Once you're settled in with your honey, you can slip into the pool for a dip or purchase a round of golf for two at the nine-hole course. Later, bring out your competitive side with a round of billiards, and then switch to being supportive during a spin on roller skates. At dinnertime, grab a plate at Venus Court Restaurant before enjoying an equally filling night of entertainment. Watch a stand-up comedy show or break out your best dance moves to a guest DJ's playlist or live band.
Balanced by rolling valleys, the wooded hills of the Poconos serve as an ideal getaway for those seeking natural symmetry. With its miles of mountains and deciduous forests, this Northeastern Pennsylvania region is a real stunner year-round. "To those who look to the mountains as a restful preserve of lakes and streams, waterfalls, rocky crags and hiking trails layered with pine needles, the 2,400-square-mile Poconos have much to offer, most of it easily accessible and free," says The New York Times.
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