Whether you like it or not – romance is in the air!
But instead of getting all mushy about love and relationships, I’ve listed down some of the world’s most swoon-worthy hotels. Well, at least according to reviews from TripAdvisor.
Below are its top ten romantic hotels in the world:
If you’re looking for a romantic retreat in a secluded rainforest, you could go down under at The Falls Montville.
The hotel is popular for hosting weddings, proposals, anniversaries, and plain old romantic weekend getaways. Guests could either stay at one of their six cottages, each with a romantic spa as pictured above, or they could stay at its magnificent Manor House. Either way, they could enjoy the same romantic activities such as visiting cliff-edge cafes, art galleries, cheese factories, wineries and chocolatiers. Plus, the coast is just 30 minutes away.
The Old Rectory Hotel is a stylish boutique country house in Llangattock that dates back to the 16th century. It’s ideal for elegant wedding receptions and honeymoons because of its vast and beautiful grounds set against the backdrop of the Black Mountains. Also, the building was once home to the celebrated poet Henry Vaughan, making it a truly romantic place.
Here’s a Valentine idea – you could book a night here and tantalize your loved one with a lovely poem that you wrote.
The Riad Kheirredine is a 5-star luxury hotel with a courtyard garden at its heart. It’s an exclusive oasis with an exquisite Moroccan vibe located in the vibrant market city of Marrakech. The hotel is a unique fusion of Moroccan architecture and contemporary Italian design. It’s the perfect destination for culture lovers who are craving for a different sight.
At the Coco Plum Island Resort, guests are offered a romantic escapade while staying in a cabana, on a private island, off the east coast of Central America.
To say that the Coco Plum Island Resort is picture-perfect is not an exaggeration. The resort is well-known for catering to newlyweds and one word to describe it is paradise.
This Belamere Suites Hotel is described as a romantic hideaway created just for couples.
Just this year, the hotel has been recognized as the overall winner in the Romance category of the 2018 TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice awards for Hotels. It ranked number one in the U.S. and it was chosen based on the reviews and opinions accumulated in a single year.
The hotel’s strong point is its attention to detail and personalized service, giving its guests memories they won’t soon forget.
Tavistock House Hotel is a townhouse which was built by the Duke of Bedford circa 1820. It has been lovingly restored and now stands as one of the most romantic hotels in the UK. Its central location is an ideal base to explore Tavistock which is a World Heritage Site. It offers an amazing history, stunning architecture, shops, restaurants, and a beautiful surrounding countryside.
There are lots of activities that visitors can enjoy in the area which includes playing tennis, golf, fishing, and romantic walks across Dartmoor.
Anastasis Apartments is a hidden gem in Greece perched atop the cliffs of Caldera. It offers the natural beauty of nature, privacy, tranquillity, and according to numerous reviews – an excellent service.
There are many ways you could spend Valentine’s Day, but among the top ones I can think of is to spend it in an infinity pool, overlooking Greece.
This adults-only luxury hotel is situated in Puerto Del Carmen, one of Spain’s most important tourist areas.
Lani’s Suites de Luxe is best for honeymooners and couples who are looking to celebrate their anniversary in style. The hotel is a standout with its careful design and selection of materials that create a unique environment of well-being by the ocean.
Nayara Springs is in the Arenal Volcano National Park, which has one of the world’s highest concentration of tropical plants and wildlife. And like most of the hotels on this list, Nayara Springs is an adults-only hotel. The boutique resort is perfect for those looking to be immersed in the lush vegetation of Costa Rica’s pristine rainforest.
And finally. Drum roll, please.
The most romantic hotel recognition goes to. . .
As we all know, Paris is famous for being one of the most (if not the most) romantic places in the world.
The Maison Souquet offers a Parisian Romance package that comes with a rain of rose petals, a bottle of champagne, and other romantic amenities.
Its building used to serve as a pleasure house during the Belle Époque, which is one of the most extravagant and colourful times in the history of Paris. The hotel reflects this era with its sultry design that was created by Jacques Garcia, a renowned French interior designer who’s already designed some of the best hotels in the world.
Inside the hotel, your mind is urged to pursue pleasure in a fantasy setting, inspired by the artwork and interior design.