Romance on your mind? Get loved up at The Chester Residence

Planning to go all out to romance a loved one this Valentine’s Day with a cheeky weekend getaway? Then make a date with The Chester Residence - we know that setting the mood is about so much more than just dimming the lights.

Booking a stay in Edinburgh’s most stylish apartments will automatically score some brownie points, but if you really want to raise your game you should check out the luxurious finishes that can be added on to any stay. And the best bit? We do it all for you, so all you need to do is turn up to your luxurious five-star home away from home.

We can organise a bouquet of flowers to be waiting in your apartment or arrange a turndown service with mood lighting and candles, rose petals scattered on the bed, and a bottle of prosecco. Or you could take it up a notch with the deluxe romantic turndown which includes Ruinart champagne as an alternative.

However, we firmly believe that, when it comes to romantic gestures, you should go big or go home. The Romance Your Loved One package includes a box of six cupcakes from Cuckoos Bakery, a single Naomi rose stem, candle and rose petal turndown service, a bath butler tray of gorgeous Noble Isle toiletries, breakfast delivered to your apartment and a bottle of pink prosecco or champagne.

If you’re planning on popping the question as well as champagne corks during your visit to the capital, might we help by suggesting some simply stunning locations where you can get down on one knee.

Calton Hill has some incredible views over the cityscape and the landmark castle, and it’s been the scene of many a marriage proposal. If you are feeling fit and want to take your proposal to new heights, you could choose Arthurs Seat…just take a minute to catch your breath before asking that all-important question.

We also think that the ramparts at Edinburgh Castle are a very romantic spot where you could get your very own fairy tale ending, while the tranquil and beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens are perfect if you want your proposal to be a less public affair.

Just call us Cupid…