A Valentine’s Day to Cherish
In true Harrods style, the road to Valentine’s Day is paved with flowers, chocolates and an unrivalled selection of gifts. The key to getting it right this year? Gift from the heart. Whether that means planning a night to remember at one of our restaurants or amping up the sentiment with a personalised fragrance, there are a million ways to say I love you this Valentine’s Day with Harrods.
Love Begins at Home
There are plenty of special moments to be made at home, and the morning of Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity for creating them. Have them wake up to the sweet scent of roses and a glass of Champagne on their bedside table – served in the finest glassware, of course.
A Day of Relaxation
It’s time to shower the ones you love with the things they love – and who doesn’t love a bit of pampering? With our line-up of Valentine’s Day beauty events and relaxing treatments, they’ll be set to embark on an unapologetic day of self-indulgence.
If you really want to push the boat out, then Valentine’s Day is the time to design something just for them – and with the help of our experts, you can. Visit our in-store boutiques to browse handbags, watch straps and matching necklaces that can all be personalised for that special someone.
A Meal to Remember
Dining for two? Experience the magic of one of our spectacular restaurants in-store. Our chef-prepared dishes take inspiration from all over the world, meaning there’s a restaurant to suit every taste at Harrods.
There’s plenty on offer from our restaurants this 14th February. Celebrate with Champagne and canapés for two at the Moët & Chandon Champagne Bar or indulge in a Valentine’s Day tasting menu at The Tiffany Blue Box Cafe, rounding off with heart-shaped patisseries. You’ll also find special three-course set menus at Studio Frantzén, Harrods Social by Jason Atherton and The Grill.
Food to Order
Planning to spend the night in? Set hearts racing with three decadent set-menus, or skip straight to dessert with our specials that will make anyone go weak at the knees.Find Out More