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The Sunset Beach Gazebo, at the end of a promenade over the warm, clear water at Half Moon, is a popular setting for weddings — but if you’re not ready to say “I do,” you can start with a kiss at sunset.

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Pucker up: Five great spots to kiss on Valentine's Day (3 of 5)

 The Sunset Beach Gazebo, at the end of a promenade over the warm, clear water at Half Moon, is a popular setting for weddings — but if you’re not ready to say “I do,” you can start with a kiss at sunset.
The Kahala is one of the only luxury resorts in a quiet setting on Oahu; its small but lovely stretch of sand is much less crowded than the chaotic Waikiki Beach, and this land jetty — called the Kissing Point, for obvious reasons — overlooks calm, blue sea. The strings of lights and crawling green vines at the Gramercy Hotel’s glassed-in Private Roof Club make it feel like you’ve entered a fairyland after dark. Reserve a table for a late dinner or drinks at this posh spot, and you might even enjoy your kiss in relative privacy — until the weather gets warm, the Rose Bar downstairs is the more happening place to be. The Sunset Beach Gazebo, at the end of a promenade over the warm, clear water at Half Moon, is a popular setting for weddings — but if you’re not ready to say “I do,” you can start with a kiss at sunset. Since its opening in 2009, POV Roof Terrace and Lounge at the W Washington DC  has quickly become one of the hottest party spots in D.C. — but its swanky atmosphere and amazing views of the White House and Washington Monument make it a fine place for a smooch. This cozy fire pit by the sea is the perfect place to steal a kiss. The beautiful, sprawling grounds at this luxury resort offer a number of other romantic lookouts if you’d rather find somewhere completely private.
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