Explore the top five hotels for your honeymoon here!
Planning your Honeymoon? Top 5 destinations to turn on your Partner’s mood Regarded as one of the most anticipated and indulgent holidays you will ever take in your life, so naturally the expectations are high. Once-in-a-lifetime experience full of action and adventure can range from gorilla encounters in Uganda to tandem skydiving in New Zealand.
The twin-centre honeymoons, that are the city and spa, safari and sand – are very popular.
Here are 5 amazing hotels for the newlyweds:
The 30 wooden water villas lined in a crescent boardwalk in the lagoon, and are fully furnished with large four-poster beds and private sunbathing decks with daybed and lounges. It is also home to the Lighthouse which is one of the loveliest Indian Ocean restaurants, open-sided, set above the water and circular with tables dotted around the edge, you really feel like you are dining alone in the middle of the ocean
Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, Tahiti
Each and every over-water villa is a pocket oasis, comprising broad bed, private deck with steps towards the sea and a freestanding bathtub beside its sliding doors which, when opened, gives a beautiful view of the Bora Bora’s Mount Otemanu across the lagoon. It is the sexiest tub in the world. The private beach, cathedral-like spa with couples’ massage room and the poolside cabanas are also fabulous.
St George’s Caye Resort, Belize
If you do not wish to go beyond your budget but at the same time want the over-water suite experience, St George’s Caye is the best option. The six thatched-roof cabanas built upon stilts in the Caribbean Sea are furnished with a simple mosquito-net draped bed, private bath, hammock on the porch and little else for a Robinson Crusoe-vibe. When you are not snoozing in the hammock, Belize is on your doorstep, meaning some of the best scuba diving in the world and Mayan ruins to explore.
Pangkor Laut, Malaysia
Surrounded by the rainforest and pristine sandy beaches on a private island off the west coast of Malaysia, Pangkor Laut is a honeymoon gold. Standing elegantly on the stilts in Emerald Bay, each wooden villa on the sea has a king-sized bed, balcony and enormous bath and sea views. Two pools, a yoga deck and rainforest walks are the calming diversions or you can book treatments at the Spa Village, which offers ancient Malay, Chinese and Thai healing rituals.
Anguilla boasts is the best beaches in the Caribbean and recently refurbed Malliouhana overlooks the two of them: Meads Bay and Turtle Cove. It has recently been given a new $80-million lease of life by the Auberge Resorts and reclaims its crown as one of the most glamorous resorts in the whole region. Moorish arches frame the large rooms, which boast white four-poster beds and private terraces; there is also a two-tier infinity pool and a spa.