10 Best Honeymoon Resorts

You’ve found your true love, planned the perfect wedding and now you need to take a look at the 10 best honeymoon resorts to spend some quality time with your partner. No matter if you are looking for an intimate, romantic getaway or an exciting fun-filled adventure, this list will give you options that will have you packing your bags in no time. Take a look at these destinations that have something for every taste.

  1. Mauna Lani Bay Hotel Hawaii is a favorite tropical escape for newlyweds and this resort will make you feel like royalty the moment you check in. This resort is a AAA Five Diamond award winner and from your first interaction with their attentive and knowledgeable staff, you will see why. Let their experienced concierge department plan special, one of a kind excursions or relax in your well-appointed room enjoying the spectacular views of Kona’s Kohala Coast.

  2. Guanahani Hotel This intimate getaway is the pride of the West Indies with stunning views, private pools or Jacuzzis in the suites and two amazing dining establishments onsite. Escape to this paradise for some much deserved relaxation and romance. With the addition of a new professionally appointed spa, this resort is the perfect to fall in love all over again.

  3. Sandals Resorts (various island locations) This all-inclusive resort has been voted time and time again as the top pick for a honeymoon resort destination.  All-inclusive resorts are an excellent option because it takes the guesswork out of the question: “How much will this vacation really cost?” Everything is included in the upfront cost including meals, drinks, activities and accommodations.  

  4. El Dorado Seaside Suites Voted by "Forbes" as one of the ten most romantic hotels in the world, this resort location will not disappoint. They offer an all-inclusive adult-only atmosphere with gourmet dining and elegantly appointed rooms and amenities that will make you love Riviera Maya, Mexico even more.  Don’t forget to indulge in their signature beachfront sky massages.

  5. Grace Bay Club This secluded gem located in the Turks and Caicos has phenomenal oceanfront views, world class gourmet dining and exceptionally appointed rooms. Every room located at this resort is a suite and has a terrace overlooking the white powder beach and crystal waters. Indulge yourself in romantic luxury, escape from reality and rejuvenate yourself completely.

  6. Bora Bora Lagoon Resort If you are looking for the ultimate tropical island retreat, this French-Polynesian location will exceed your every expectation. Their honeymoon package is truly amazing, offering something for everyone with romance at every turn. Their breathtaking 160-foot free-form pool is a wonder to be indulged and enjoyed.

  7. Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort This resort is located on seventeen acres of a coconut plantation and overlooks the peaceful Savusavu Bay. For the environmentally conscious consumer, this resort is a strong contender for the 2010 award for World’s Most Green Resort. With numerous vacation packages, amenities and activities, there is no wonder why this is Fiji’s top resort.

  8. Atlantis Resort The pride of Paradise Island in the Bahamas, this 2,300 room resort and casino is unique and the perfect romantic escape for newlyweds.  One of its spectacular features is the 34-acre waterscape with the world’s largest outdoor aquarium and eleven exhibit pools with over 200 tropical fish.

  9. Hotel Cipriani A loved destination by celebrities and royalty alike, located on Guidecca Island which is just a short boat ride from the city center of Venice, Italy. Almost all of their rooms offer terraces and balconies providing amazing scenic overlooks and views. Be prepared for privacy and an intimate atmosphere that caters to the needs of honeymooners.

  10. Blue Palace Resort and Spa A picturesque view of the amazing beauty of Greece, this resort has everything a newlywed couple could ask for. The spa has been voted one of the best spas in the world and every amenity is focused on treating guests like a Greek god. 

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