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The 50 Most Romantic Hotels in the World

With Valentine’s Day just a whisper away, now’s the perfect time to check into a hotel that knows how to spoil you. Nothing screams romance like being whisked away, whether it’s a palm-tree-fringed beach or a rambling castle. From once-in-a-lifetime safaris to breathtaking countryside boltholes, we’ve voted for the best hotels that go the extra mile for couples. Think champagne breakfasts, private islands, spoiling spas, and Michelin-starred dining.

50. La Maison d’Aix – Aix-en-Provence, France

This 18th-century mansion is in one of the most elegant cities in France, with the beautiful squares of Aix just minutes away. There’s a 24-hour spa and hammam with a heated pool to relax in. This is undoubtedly one of the world’s most romantic hotels. Rooms have 300-year-old teak parquet floors and contemporary furniture. Book the ‘Love Suite’ if you’re feeling extra romantic.

La Maison d’Aix

Photo by @lamaisondaix

49. Hippo Point House – Great Rift Valley, Kenya

Experience the raw beauty of Kenya in this Elizabethian-style mansion. Not only can you enjoy meals made with locally sourced foods you can also embark on a wildlife adventure with the surrounding hippos, giraffes, zebras and more. In the mornings you can wake up to the sounds of passing buffalo and a gorgeous Kenyan sunrise. What’s not to love?

Hippo Point House

48. The Cashel Palace – County Tipperary, Ireland

This luxury hideaway puts a new spin on Irish country hotels. The rooms are soft, romantic, and elegant; some have views across the gardens to the Rock of Cashel. When you manage to pull yourself away from the plush rooms, you’ll fall in love with the Palladian 17th-century manor, which has hosted the likes of Jackie Kennedy, Princess Diana, and Elizabeth Taylor. Loved-up couples will be spoilt with sumptuous spa treatments, Michelin-starred meals in the low-lit dining room, and horseback riding.

The Cashel Palace

Photo by @cashelpalace

47. Kakslauttanen – Saariselkä, Finland

Kakslauttanen in Saariselkä, Finland takes winter romance to an entirely new level. Sweep your lover away to the Finnish Lapland for an unforgettable trip. At Kakslauttanen you will sleep peacefully under the stars and maybe even the Northern Lights depending on the year.

Make all of your Arctic dreams come true in this amazing lover’s accommodation.


Photo by @kakslauttanen_arctic_resort

46. Jack’s Camp – Botswana

Set in the Kalahari desert, the camp features Victoriana safari tents with four-poster beds, as well as a jaw-dropping swimming pool beneath one of the tents. The deep mahogany trimmings and patterned tent fabric recall old-school safaris in the best way. No two days here are ever the same either; you’ll explore Botswana’s Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, walk with San Bushmen and spend time with wild meerkats.

Jack’s Camp

Photo by @jackscampbotswana

45. Iniala Harbour House – Valletta, Malta

Set in four renovated townhouses atop Valletta’s St Barbara Bastion, Iniala Harbour House offers a spectacularly romantic setting. Couples can book a candle-lit table at its Michelin-starred rooftop restaurant and indulge in couples treatments in the hotel’s stone vaulted spa. The Spa Suite, which features a freestanding bathtub at the foot of the bed and a private entrance, is perfect for couples looking for an intimate, discreet stay.

Iniala Harbour House

Photo by @inialaharbourhouse

44. Soneva Kiri – Koh Kood, Thailand

Nestled between the ocean and the jungle, this eco-friendly resort is on a little-known island, making it the perfect intimate romantic escape. As soon you touch down at Soneva Kiri, your own Barefoot Butler will be at your beck and call.

You’ll stay in one of 36 private villas, each with its own private pool. Larger villas include their own treehouse, waterslide, and spa treatment areas. Romantic experiences. at the resort including stargazing at the hotel’s observatory and tripod dining in the rainforest canopy.

Soneva Kiri

Photo by @theeradafon

43. Amangalla – Galle, Sri Lanka

For a taste of nostalgic romance, it doesn’t get much better than Amangalla. The hotel is set within a 17th-century fort, with romantic archways and poolside cabanas. Spend days gliding between the incredible spa (it is an Aman hotel, after all), exploring the nearby Buddhist temples, and lounging poolside while frangipanis fall around you. Days end by watching monkeys swing from tree to tree and the sun dipping into the inky sea from the rooftop terrace, with a signature Arrack Sour cocktail in hand.


Photos by @amangalla

42. Eichardt’s Private Hotel – Queenstown, New Zealand

Slip away to Eichardt’s for out-of-this-world shoreside romance. This hotel gives a front-row seat to the stunning landscape of Lake Wakatipu in the heart of the South Island. We recommend booking a Lake View Suite for optimal viewing of the showstopping scenery. When you can tear yourself away from the view, spend a lazy morning in their gardens and then head out for a vineyard tour.

Eichardt’s Private Hotel

Photo by @eichardts

41. Hotel Villa Honegg – Honegg, Switzerland

This five-star hotel is in the heart of Switzerland, right on top of Bürgenstock mountain. With Lake Lucerne below and surrounding mountains, you’ll have a stunning view everywhere you turn. All rooms come with a balcony view of the lake or the Alps, and there’s even a private cinema. Perfect for a cosy date night after exploring the area.

Hotel Villa Honegg

Photo by @villahonegg

40. Zannier Hotels Bai San Ho – Phu Yen, Vietnam

Set among lush jungle-clad hills and rice paddies, overlooking the powdery white private beach. Lovebirds are not short of things to do here, with snorkelling, kayaking, paddleboarding, volleyball, badminton, a yoga studio, a spa, and much more on offer. The hotel’s main infinity pool is family-friendly, but if that’s not the vibe on a romantic getaway, stick to the private pool villas. The hotel can help dial up the remote romance with a private dinner for two in the rice paddies, a sunrise breakfast on a hilltop, or a picnic lunch on a private bay.

Zannier Hotels Bai San Ho

Photo by @meirr

39. SUJÁN Sher Bagh – Ranthambore, India

Set in the celebrated Tiger Reserve of Ranthambore National Park, Sher Bagh is one of the world’s most high-end wilderness camps. Twelve luxurious tented suites make up this jungle haven, and the superior royal suite has a private pool. The lush landscape of overhanging trees offers plenty of cosy, secluded nooks for chats with your sweetheart, and there’s a gorgeous spa where adept hands unravel any worries of daily life. A jeep safari will whisk you away in the morning for tiger spotting and during the evening couples can enjoy an intimate farm-to-table meal beneath the stars.

SUJÁN Sher Bagh

Photo by @sujanlife

38. Auberge du Soleil – California, United States

Nestled into the sun-kissed Napa Valley hillside in 33 acres of heritage oak and olive trees, it’s easy to swoon over Auberge du Soleil. Once you’ve hopped around the surrounding vineyards, there’s a trio of outdoor temperate soaking pools, a tennis court and private hiking trails to explore. For the best views, splash out on a ‘private maison’, which features outdoor soaking tubs overlooking the valley. The hotel is currently offering a ‘Rendezvous for Romance’ package which includes in-room fine dining, breakfast on your private terrace, spa treatments, in-room lavender baths, and more.

Auberge du Soleil

Photo by @aubergedusoleil

37. The Kayon Resort – Ubud, Indonesia

A luxury adults-only retreat in Bali, this was designed especially for honeymooners and romantics. The Kayon Jungle Resort features a three-level swimming pool which was inspired by the famous Tegalalang Rice Terrace.

Royal Villas overlook the lush green jungle and have their own private pool with jacuzzi. You’ll be treated to champagne on arrival, and the staff will happily arrange a private movie night under the stars for you.

The Kayon Resort

36. The Plaza – New York, United States

For gilded glamour, it’s hard to outshine The Plaza. If you’re after unashamed opulence, check yourselves into the Fitzgerald Suite King, which was designed by Oscar-winning Catherine Martin. Incidentally, she also designed the costumes and sets for The Great Gatsby. A wide range of soul-soothing spa treatments is available at the Guerlain spa too.

The Plaza

Photo by @theplazahotel

35. Isbreen the Glacier – Finnmark Alps, Norway

Romance is subjective. If your idea of romance is sleeping under the stars in a cosy glass dome, waking up to a glacier view, and watching the Northern Lights engulf the night sky, then it doesn’t get much better than Isbreen the Glacier. Not only is it one of the most romantic hotels in the world, but it’s also one of the best hotels in Europe. There are only four igloos and they are all-inclusive, so the only decision you and your beau have to make is what activity you’ll do that day: will it be a whale safari, dog sledging, fjord kayaking, or glacier hiking?

Isbreen the Glacier

34. Casa de Uco Vineyards and Wine Resort – Mendoza, Argentina

Set in the foothills of the snow-capped Andean mountains and surrounded by vineyards, Case de Uco Vineyards is the ultimate romantic escape for oenophiles. Rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows with views across the lagoon and vineyards, private balconies and baths big enough for two. As night falls, head to the top floor for a peek at the stars through the telescope.

Casa de Uco Vineyards and Wine Resort

33. The Peninsula – Hong Kong

Colonial style luxury and oriental elegance marry to create the perfect stay at Hong Kong’s The Peninsula. For instance, take your pick from any of their seven restaurants for a romantic dinner for two. Sleep in one of their many lavish suites with the crackling fireplace in the background. Moreover, some even include chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce around town.

The Peninsula
The Peninsula

Photos by @peninsulahongkong

32. Longitude 131º – Uluru, Australia

Just outside the UNESCO World Heritage Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park is Longitude 131º. Sixteen tented pavilions make up this luxury resort and provide unmatched views of the surrounding sacred dunes. Wake up with your sweetheart to a beautiful Australian sunrise on this magical site. When it comes to the most romantic hotels in the world, this is pretty tough to beat.

Longitude 131º

Photo by @longitude131

31. Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa – Wiltshire, England

The dramatic beech-lined driveway sets the tone when approaching this outstanding country house hotel. The romance is in the classic opulence, with four-poster beds, mahogany finishes, and glinting chandeliers. The West Country sunshine peaks into the swanky bar, where friendly yet expert staff mix G&Ts. Couples seeking total relaxation will find it here: golf carts are available to whizz you around the 500-acre estate, there’s a spa offering 111Skin facials, Michelin-star dining, and endless activities at your disposal.

Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa

Photo by @lucknampark

30. The Royal Mansour – Marrakech, Morocco

Just a few steps away from the famous Jemaa El Fna square is the heart of the Marrakesh Palace, with the unique concept of a medina within a medina. The hotel has its own maze of restaurants and courtyards with pools.

Riads have their own Moroccan lounges, bars and library, and staff can bring delicious food to rooms via private underground tunnels.

The Royal Mansour
The Royal Mansour

Photo by @royalmansour

29. Shangri-La Hotel – Paris, France

One of the most exclusive hotels in Paris, Shangri-La has beautiful views of the Eiffel Tower and the River Seine. Rooms are decorated in both European Empire and Asian aesthetics and are effortlessly stylish. The hotel’s largest suite is actually located in the former private residence of Prince Roland Bonaparte.

Shangri-La Hotel

Photo by @shangrilaparis

28. Shinta Mani Wild – Cambodia

Combining world-class design, sparkling service and the chance to get involved with the hotel’s radical role in local conservation, this jungle side retreat also gives couples the chance to make a real difference on their romantic minibreak. There are 15 private tents to choose from, each with breathtaking views along the riverbank.

Shinta Mani Wild

Photo by @shintamaniwild

27. Dromoland Castle Hotel – County Clare, Ireland

Splurge on one of the world’s most romantic hotels at Dromoland Castel Hotel. Billed as Ireland’s ‘most magical address’, Dromoland Castle has been welcoming guests since the 16th century. Step back in time as you drive through the gate and approach the magnificent castle. For real royal treatment, check into one of the suites. The Brian Boru Suite features a four-poster bed, chandeliers and huge windows offering sweeping views over Dromoland Lough and the estate. Days pass by blissfully here; exploring the charming Walled Garden, taking bicycle rides through the 500-acre estate, and sipping cocktails beside a roaring fire.

Dromoland Castle Hotel

Photo by @dromolandcastlehotel

26. The Newt – Somerset, England

Live out your romantic Pride & Prejudice dreams in this grand Georgian mansion. Less than a couple hours from London, The Newt is housed in a sprawling Georgian house set amongst orchards, lakes and woodlands. All 23 rooms are tastefully kitted out with huge comfy beds to sink into after leisurely days of walking and talking and there’s also a spa with an indoor-outdoor pool, sauna and medieval herb garden. Best of all is the restaurant, where award-winning chef Ben Champkin invites guests to feast on the estate’s vegetables, cuts from the salt room and fine wines from the cellar. The Newt is so celebrated that it was named one of the best hotels in Europe.

The Newt

Photo by @thenewtinsomerset

25. The Wickaninnish Inn – Tofino, Canada

Perched between the ancient rainforest and the sea, The Wickaninnish Inn is the ultimate romantic getaway for nature lovers. The views overlooking the lapping Pacific are tantalizing enough, but add to that scenic float plane tours, candlelit dinners and couples massages in a cedar cabin and it isn’t hard to see why it’s such a haven for honeymooners.

The Wickaninnish Inn

Photo by @wickinnbc

24. Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa – Chile

Every detail at the Tierra Patagonia Hotel and Spa aims to please. Perched on the edge of Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia, you could be fooled into thinking it’s just you and your amore left on the planet. The 40-room hotel and spa is decked out with floor-to-ceiling windows with jaw-dropping views overlooking the park. After days spent hiking and horseback riding, you can come home to a deep-soak bathtub and crisp linen sheets too.

Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa
Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa

Photo by @tierrahotels

23. Villa Cora – Florence, Italy

This 19th-century villa was built by a Baron as a love letter to his wife, so it follows that it would be ultra romantic. It features a beautiful outdoor heated pool and rich silk fabrics, as well as antiques in the bedrooms. In the main villa, there are 29 suites and rooms divided into 4 floors, each inspired by previous famous guests, including Madame Debussy and Tchaikovsky.

Villa Cora

Photo by @villacorahotel

22. Fairmont Banff Springs – Canada

Canada’s ‘Castle in the Rockies’ is iconic for good reason. Located right in the heart of Banff National Park – possibly one of the world’s most dramatically romantic landscapes – it’s provided legendary hospitality to guests for more than 130 years. The hotel also features a luxurious spa with multiple pools, three bars and a world-class golf course.

Fairmont Banff Springs

Photo by @fairmontbanff

21. The Green O – Montana, USA

The Green O only opened its doors in mid-2021, but it’s already gained a reputation as one of the most romantic hotels on the continent. Combining laid-back luxury with a romantically remote landscape, couples can ride horses and dogsled through its 37,000 acres, indulge in in-suite massages and dine under the stars. Each of the 12 rooms features outdoor hot tubs, deep soaking bathtubs and wood-burning fireplaces. The minifridge is even stocked with ice cream sandwiches.

The Green O

Photo by @thegreenomontana

20. Pumphouse Point at Lake St. Claire – Tasmania

For cool-climate luxury, there’s the Pumphouse Point. Tasmania is hardly short on scenic spots, but the forest-fringed Lake St. Claire is probably its most romantic. Nestled in the snow-capped peaks, the Pumphouse Point offers luxury accommodation set in a 1940s hydroelectric pumphouse – suspended over the lake. As if that isn’t enough, you’ll find a larder packed full of local produce and wines too.

Pumphouse Point at Lake St. Claire

19. The Witchery – Edinburgh

Sure, palm-fringed beaches and bathwater-warm sea are magical, but for some, there’s nothing more romantic than a roaring fire, wild hills, and ancient castles. Enter, The Witchery. This intimate hotel is located right on the Royal Mile, moments from the castle gates. Inside it’s all wood panelling, velvety furnishing and lots of soft candlelight. It’s the perfect bolthole for the most romantic minds. The library even has a secret bookcase and the rates include a bottle of champagne.

The Witchery

Photo by @thewitcheryedin

18. Galapagos Safari Camp – Santa Cruz, Ecuador

Located in the lush highlands of Santa Cruz island, in the beating heart of the Galapagos, this safari camp is the perfect blend of nature and romance. Think dinners in front of hazy pink sunsets, days spent exploring uninhabited islands and intimate dinners straight from the onsite organic farm. Guests sleep in luxury tents decorated with hand-woven Ecuadorian rugs and teak furniture, under the stars.

Galapagos Safari Camp

Photo by @galapagos_safari_tent

17. Oberoi Amarvilas – Agra, India

The Oberoi in Agra was made for lovers. The sandstone hotel is just 600 metres from the Taj Mahal: perhaps the world’s most prominent ode to undying love. Each room catches a glimpse of the marble mausoleum, but the Deluxe Balcony Suites are particularly special. The hotel will happily arrange romantic private dinners on the balcony, a butler never too far away, against the backdrop of the Taj Mahal.

Oberoi Amarvilas

Photo by @oberoiarmavilas

16. Yunak Evleri – Urgup, Turkey

Nothing compares to the Cappadocia landscape in Turkey. Fairy chimneys, cave homes and ancient villages seem to transcend time here. Yunak Evleri is the perfect choice for couples looking to experience this otherworldly region. Parts of the hotel date back to the 5th century making it ideal for history buffs, too.

Yunak Evleri

Photo by @yunakevleri

15. Plaza Athénée – Paris, France

It isn’t hard to find romance in the City of Love, but a few hotels are in themselves worthy of a trip. With a view of the Eiffel Tower at one end, and the Champs-Elysées at the other, this is no ordinary hotel. Additionally, over 1,900 red geraniums adorn the hotel façade, creating a fairytale setting for romantic moments.

Plaza Athénée
Plaza Athénée

Photo by @plaza_anthenee

14. Lion Sands Ivory Lodge – Mpumalanga, South Africa

Ivory Lodge thinks of everything – from your champagne of choice in the maxibar to unique dining under the stars. The accommodation is so geared towards romance, that they even offer a discount for newlyweds. After days spent exploring in a land cruiser, you’ll end the night listening to the not-so-distant sounds of hippos and lions. Guests can also spend a night or two in one of three luxury treehouses: Tinyeleti, Kingston, and Chalkley. The Kingston Treehouse is built on boulders, across a small drawbridge, with lanterns and the bright moon to light the way.

Lion Sands Ivory Lodge

Photo by @lionsandsgamereserve

13. Amangiri – Utah, USA

Set in America’s most dramatic desert, stays at the Amangiri is an otherworldly experience. Wake up to views over the desert and start the day by sinking deep into bubbles in the huge bathtubs. For the ultimate seductive stay, book into the 3,472 sq. ft. Amangiri Suite which features a lap pool complete with a sky terrace and day bed. When you’re not out exploring, there are complimentary yoga and hiking sessions, as well as fine dining under the stars.


Photo by @amangiri

12. Silky Oaks Lodge & Healing Waters Spa – Australia

Located in the largest rainforest in Australia, Silky Oaks Lodge & Healing Waters Spa sits high in the treetops hovering over the Mossman River. There are 40 luxury treehouses to choose from, each stylishly furnished and offering sweeping views of the river or rainforest. The hotel has been billed as one of Australia’s best luxury hotels too. Gaze into each other’s eyes over contemporary Australian and Asian-inspired dinners or indulge in one of the many spa treatments on offer in the Healing Waters Spa.

Silky Oaks Lodge & Healing Waters Spa
Silky Oaks Lodge & Healing Waters Spa

Photo by @silkyoakslodge

11. Hoshinoya Fuji – Lake Kawaguchi, Japan

This design hotel is the perfect choice for lovebirds looking to escape. Few views are more beautiful than Lake Kawaguchi backed by Mount Fuji, and every room in Hoshinoya Fuji takes total advantage. Surrounded by a fragrant pine forest, the cabins are nicely secluded, and each has a spacious outdoor terrace. Some feature outdoor fireplaces for ultimate cosy star gazing.

Hoshinoya Fuji
Hoshinoya Fuji

Photos by @hosinoresorts.official and @tw_where to go

10. Onguma Camp Kala – Etosha National Park, Namibia

Four suites on stilts make up this ultra-luxurious camp, each one featuring a private hot tub, daybeds, a plunge pool, and a spacious terrace for watching game animals drink from the watering hole in front of you. Between the wild animal televisual viewing and sleek, luxury facilities, you and your loved one will find few reasons to leave your suite. But when you do, land cruisers will take you out for a safari adventure, or relax into a couple’s massage in the spa.

Onguma Camp Kala

Photo by @david_rogers_photographic

9. Petit St. Vincent – Grenadines

This private island resort gives new meaning to secluded romance. The 115-acre island is home to just 22 cobbled cottages, some high on the hill or bluff and some leading directly to one of the most private beaches in the Grenadines. Raise your yellow flag and your own butler will come running too. The hotel even offers a ‘honeymoon package’, which includes champagne on arrival, complimentary massage treatments, a private picnic on Mopion Island, a romantic beach dinner for two, and a day sail to the Tobago Cays Marine Reserve.

Petit St. Vincent

Photo by @petitstvincent

8. Borgo Santo Pietro – Tuscany, Italy

A fairytale come to life: Borgo Santo Pietro is our pick for the most romantic hotel in Italy. This 13th-century villa in the Tuscan hills is impossibly beautiful, with plenty of secret nooks to explore, an infinity pool overlooking the Cypress trees, and Vespas to zip around the country roads. And when you aren’t cocooned in their sumptuous, secluded rooms, you can learn about cheese-making, fermenting, and beekeeping at the hotel’s working farm. You can even learn a new skill, be it flower arranging or an art class. And for romance to really take flight, the hotel can arrange a private hot air balloon trip over the rolling lush landscape.

Borgo Santo Pietro
Borgo Santo Pietro

Photo by @bargosantopietro

7. Deplar Farm – Troll Peninsula, Iceland

For edge-of-the-world romance, there’s Deplar Farm. This is escapism at its best, surrounded by ice-sloped mountains and glacial lakes. There are 13 rooms, and we recommend lovebirds pick one of the four gallery suites for optimal views. If you can tear yourself away from the floor-to-ceiling windows, engage in the many available activities: float in the geothermal heated pool, rice Icelandic horses, fish on the lakes, and so much more. Your dedicated Experience Manager will arrange all activities for you, including private romantic evenings.

Deplar Farm

6. Huka Lodge – Taupo, New Zealand

Huka Lodge lies on the banks of the Waikato River, near the famous Huka Falls, and has been attracting guests from around the world since starting as a simple fishing lodge in the 1920s.

There are 25 charming suites, all with river views. Huka Lodge also goes out of its way to create special memories for couples. For example, you’ll find 20 tables for two, bathed in candlelight, beside the river and under the stars over the summer evenings, or in the wine cellar.

Huka Lodge

Photo by @hukalodge

5. The Outpost Lodge – Kruger National Park, South Africa

Overlooking a valley of baobabs and the Luvuvhu River, the surrounding scenery is so beautiful that the Outpost said ‘no’ to windows and doors. All twelve bungalows, which are suspended on stilts and connected by a wooden walkway, are completely open to the elements. Think special sunrise viewing from your bed, coffee in hand. Watch elephants play in the valley below, whether that’s from the daybed on the wraparound balcony or the rounded bathtub.

The Outpost Lodge

4. The Sanubari – Sumba, Indonesia

Six villas make up this slice of quiet heaven, located on the unspoilt island of Sumba. Prices vary, but we recommend the beachfront villa for unmatched views. Starting the day with a coffee in bed with your loved one while looking out to the Indian Ocean is a true pinch-me moment. Each villa has a pool, and the villas are separated by lush palm trees to feel even more private and secluded. The Sanubari only opened in 2022 but is already incredibly detail-oriented – there are board games in the villa, bicycles to cycle to breakfast, and they’re readily available for service on WhatsApp. You can even request a candle-lit dinner on the beach to dial up the romance ante.

The Sanubari
The Sanubari

Photo by @thesanubari

3. Kudadoo Private Island – Maldives

What’s more romantic than a luxury hotel room? Or a secluded cabin? A private island in the Maldives, of course. This ultra-luxurious resort perfectly combines eco-friendly architecture, privacy, and soul-soothing designs to create this once-in-a-lifetime hideaway. Kudadoo is paradise on another level. Airy bamboo over-water bungalows feature individual infinity pools, with easy access to the crystal clear Indian Ocean. Kudadoo stands by its ethos of ‘Anything. Anytime. Anywhere’: whether it’s a romantic tasting menu for two, a wine-tasting experience in the cheese and wine cellar, or a couple’s massage, a personal butler is on hand 24/7.

Kudadoo Private Island

Photo by @kudadoomaldives

2. Hoshinoya – Ubud, Bali

As the Japanese hotel group’s first property outside of Japan, they’ve picked their location well. A series of suspended wooden gazebos weave through the dense Ubud jungle, surrounded by exotic birds and vibrant palm trees, yielding you and your beau into deep relaxation. Guests float between snuggling up in the secluded tree canopies, taking dips in the pool, couple’s massages, cultural activities, and sunrise yoga. The hotel even offers an Intimate Escape package, specially curated for loved-up couples.


Photo by @hoshinoyabali

1. The Vasilicos – Santorini, Greece

Soak up the view of Santorini’s inky blues from Santorini’s most romantic hotel: The Vasilicos. The island’s typical cave hotel rooms have never looked so good, or so spacious, and most have a plunge pool. There are seven rooms in total, including three honeymoon suites, but the Pergola Honeymoon Suite’s cloud-9 stone terrace is unbeatable for Caldera-gazing. With so few guests, you can expect next-level personalised service. The team are discreet yet ever-present, happy to oblige your request: Candlelit dinner prepared by the long-time chef on your terrace? Of course. Want to pay a visit to the local vineyard (whose wine is stocked in your fridge)? You got it.

The Vasilicos

Photo by @thevasilicos

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