What makes a hotel honeymoon-worthy? for some couples, it’s far-flung solitude and breathtaking views. For others, it’s all regarding luxury and also the royal treatment as you travel. And then, of course, there is the growing number of newlyweds that seek action, adventure and excitement over pampering, rest and relaxation.
Whatever your preference for wherever you keep, we’ve you covered. whether you’re after a low-keyed Caribbean Island escape or an African safari adventure — or one thing else entirely — we’ve rounded up ten of the best honeymoon hotels in the world.
1. The Resort at Pedregal (Cabo San Lucas, Mexico)
Set on a long sweep of beach at the base of towering mountains, this dreamy resort on the Baja peninsula of Mexico is as romantic as it gets.
Each of its 118 rooms options a convenient terrace outfitted with non-public tub overlooking the Pacific Ocean. select casitas open directly onto the ocean — you will feel like you’re much floating in open waters. and they boast private plunge pools and fire pits. The cliffside restaurant El Farallón, with its divine sunset views, makes for an unforgettable date night.
2. Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru (Maldives)
Though the Four Seasons has many breathtaking properties in the Maldives — including the recently opened Voavah private island — the resort at Landaa Giraavaru is the high pick for newlyweds. each of its 103 thatched-roof, standalone bungalows features private water access, giving the ultimate seclusion and privacy for couples.
Romantic offerings include candlelight dinners on a private sandbank, tantric couples massages and sunset champagne cruises around the surrounding UNESCO World biosphere Reserve.
3. Shangri-la hotel, Paris (Paris)
There are infinite honeymoon-worthy hotels in the city of love, however the eden could be the foremost romantic of all. Behind its picturesque wedding-cake facade, you will find impossibly lush landscaped gardens, 2 Michelin-starred restaurants and one zero one luxurious, antique-filled rooms. however what sets the eden except for the others?
Its unparalleled views of the Eiffel Tower directly across the river — it is so shut, it seems like you can reach out and bit it from your own balcony.
4. Cap Juluca (Anguilla)
Set upon the powder-white sand and turquoise-blue water of Maundays Bay, this intimate boutique hotel is one in all the island’s preferred honeymoon (and wedding) destinations.
And it’s no wonder: everything about the resort feels intimate and magical, from its domed, Moorish villas to its ocean-facing Blue restaurant, settled mere steps from the ocean. Romantic activities include horseback rides on the beach at sunset and private candlelit dinners under the stars.
5. &Beyond; Kichwa Tembo (Kenya)
If there was a safari lodge created especially for honeymooners, this may be it. With its sprawling, three-part swimming pool and stylish, outdoor restaurant, you’ll virtually mistake it for a horny Palm Springs resort — if it weren’t for the jaw-dropping views of the Masai Mara from each angle.
Its 40 revamped tents are minimalist however luxurious, decked out with plush oversized beds and convenient ensuite bathrooms. Romantic offerings include safari by hot-air balloon and sunset cocktails at Oloololo, that overlooks the expansive geographic region.
6. Gritti Palace (Venice)
Built in 1475, this beautiful palazzo is one of the most luxurious and romantic hotels in La Serenissima. It occupies the loveliest spot on the Grand Canal, wanting across to the splendid Santa Maria della Salute church and the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, home to the Guggenheim museum.
Rooms are downright decadent, furnished with Venetian antiques, exquisite original art and rich brocade silks. Its intimate, fresco-adorned restaurant, Club del doge, is one in all the most beautiful restaurants in Venice (if not all of Italy).
7. Wildflower Hall Shimla (Shimla, India)
This Oberoi property is worth visiting for the extraordinary views alone: it sits atop a mountain, 8,250 feet above sea level, and is encircled thickly by cedar forests and wildflower fields. Its rooms are even as gorgeous, furnished exquisite Colonial furniture, colourful hand-woven Indian carpets and original watercolor paintings.
Though the hotel’s main draw is its stillness and tranquility, there are still lots of low-keyed activities on supply for couples. Highlights embrace scenic guided nature hikes, mountaintop picnics and private dining inside a forest summerhouse.
8. Royal Mansour (Marrakech)
Commissioned by King Mohammed VI, the Royal Mansour is an oasis of 53 elegant private residences, or riads, quiet courtyards and intimate restaurants just 5 minutes from the Jemaa el-Fnaa.
The riads are as extravagant as they come, strewn with suede and silk carpets, velvet brocade sofas and baccarat crystal — guests can feel as if they are living in their own private palace. Riads aside, honeymooners can love the hotel’s luxurious private spa suites, each decked out with their own hammam, plunge pool and terrace.
9. Soneva Kiri (Koh Kood, Thailand)
Wedged between the jungle and also the ocean on the luxurious, under-the-radar island of Koh Kood, Soneva Kiri makes for the proper romantic escape. it’s simply 36 thatched villas, each with its own non-public eternity pool, sundeck and a lavish indoor-outdoor toilet.
The resort’s pièce American state résistance is its jungle-enshrouded Cinema Paradiso, an outdoor movies set above a lagoon (date night can never be the same again).
10. Amangiri (Utah, USA)
When it comes to desert escapes, it doesn’t get much more luxurious than Amangiri. Its thirty four sleek suites are excellent for newlyweds, boasting private courtyards with show-stopping desert views, and in some cases, private pools.
Property highlights include a Navajo-inspired spa with a desert-facing water pavilion and a surprising main pool, wrapped dramatically around an enormous natural sandstone butte.