You've heard of the heart-shaped tubs, but what about everything else Cove Pocono Resorts have to offer? There's a lot to love about the "Land of Love." With Valentine's Day on the horizon, we're taking a closer look at three iconic Pocono properties and sharing some tips for first-time guests to Cove Haven Resort, Paradise Stream Resort, and Pocono Palace Resort.

Step inside these legendary resorts that helped earn our region the title of "Honeymoon Capital of the World" with Pocono Television Network in part one of our three-part video series:


Introduction to Cove Pocono Resorts

Introduction to Cove Pocono Resorts

The Cove Pocono Resorts are three all-inclusive, couples-only resorts in the Pocono Mountains:

Combined, these properties feature over 500 luxurious suites, on-site dining, nightlife, outdoor recreation, and headline entertainment just for adults. Each property participates in a "Key Around Program" that allows guests from one resort to enjoy the services, facilities, and amenities of the other two.


Each year, tens of thousands of couples stay at Cove properties for honeymoons, weddings, and romantic vacations. Many are "Forever Lovers" or repeat guests. February is the Month of Love at Cove Pocono Resorts, and each day brings a different set of romantic things to do, including cocktail tastings, cooking demonstrations, champagne toasts, and other exciting extras. Every night throughout the month, guests are entered into a drawing to win a free overnight stay.

Join Pocono Television Network for part two of the "Land of Love" video series and a tour of one of the suites at Paradise Stream Resort, complete with rose petals, plunge pool, fireplace, and more.


When You Go

Before You Go:

Dazzle your date with a few romantic facts about the destination!

The Pocono Mountains became popular with honeymooners in the years following World War II, and in 1963, the original heart-shaped “Sweetheart Tub” was introduced at Cove Haven Resort. The design has since been adopted by resorts around the world!

In 1971, Life Magazine featured the heart-shaped tub in a two-page spread in Life Magazine, but it's not the only spectacular in-room spa at the resorts. In 1984, the 7-foot champagne tower jacuzzi bath suites arrived, and you can still stay in one today.

Whatever time of year you visit Cove Pocono Resorts, be sure to pack for play.

Activities at these Pocono resorts are seemingly endless. There are indoor games like pickleball, billiards, basketball, tennis, and arcade favorites, and outdoor activities that vary by season. Try snowmobiling and snowshoeing in the winter or enjoy tennis, pedal boats, and nature walks in the warmer months. Thanks to the Key Around Club, overnight guests can travel to the other Cove resorts to take advantage of even more activities and amenities.

Celebrate your special occasions.

Don't forget to let resort staff know if you’re celebrating a honeymoon, anniversary, or proposal. They’ll help you make your milestone extra special. Find out what couples love about Pocono Palace Resort in part three of the Pocono Television Network series, which includes a Cove engagement!


Before You Go

When You Go

Eat like royalty.

With unlimited breakfast and dinner included in your stay, you can eat to your heart's content. Each property's restaurants have themed nights Monday through Saturday, too. You can’t go wrong with the Rare Catch—that’s steak and lobster! Hungry yet?

Live it up.

Chief eXcitement Officers (CXOs) keep the good times rolling late night every night. Head to your resort’s night club to enjoy comedians, live bands, hypnotists, games, magic shows, and more.

Stay informed.

Pick up a HotSpot activity sheet at check-in to see what's on deck each day of your stay.

Add a little extra.

Make your suite even sweeter with add-ons like champagne, rose petals, bubble bath, and candles. Scroll through current romance packages available at couples resorts throughout the area.

Spread the love! Learn about all the options for romantic getaways in the Pocono Mountains.

Happy Valentine’s Day from the Pocono Mountains and the Land of Love.