Romance and true love abounds in Caribbean honeymoon where you can soak up the sun on the beach. Start your romantic experience with champagne and chocolate, ended with a romantic sunset cruise. The Caribbean offers something for everyone, here are the most popular destinations.
1. Las Casitas Village and Golden Door Spa, Puerto Rico
Why You’ll Feel the Love: They say romance is what you make it, but here it’s all silver-spoon-fed to you, in the best of ways. Perched on cliffs above the Atlantic, the ultra private and luxurious Las Casitas features 90 deluxe casitas with around-the clock butler service, four glittering pools (some with ocean views), 10 world-class restaurants for your noshing needs, and a golf course. The romance-addicted can indulge in a sunset cruise, dance the night away the upscale nightclub, horseback ride along the shores, nosh on exquisite international cuisine, take a dip in the beachfront fantasy pool, get cozy in the Jacuzzi, and toast to the good life at one of 15 bars. Or get connected at the 26,000 sq. ft., three-level, plantation-style spa, which serves up views of the rainforest and Caribbean Sea.
2. Cotton House, Mustique
Why You’ll Feel the Love: Fashion’s elite have homes on exclusive Mustique and you’ll want a permanent place on the island to call home sweet home after a visit to Cotton House. The 20-room luxury resort sprawls across 12 palm-swathed acres and features a whopping nine unspoiled beaches on which you can enjoy a decadent picnic with your beloved. Or, spend an afternoon galloping through the surf and exploring scenic trails all around the island on horseback. A sunset cruise is complementary to all guests, and getting active with your honey is easy as pie, with windsurfing, tennis, boating, and diving all offered at the Cotton House.
3. Firefly, Mustique
Why You’ll Feel the Love: The Firefly oozes more luxury and romance than Hollywood in its heyday. Perched atop a hill with awesome views of the Caribbean Sea and neighboring islands, each of The Firefly’s four rooms have been custom designed as a “Caribbean Fantasy” and include all the extras a posh couple might expect, including fine linens, unbleached cotton towels, bathrobes, sarongs, well-stocked mini bars, and even an Ipod, dock, and speakers (Ipod fully loaded with specially selected music). You’re also given a basket to take to the beach containing beach towels, masks and snorkels. A “mule” (small motorized buggy), full breakfast, afternoon tea, and dinner from the ‘a la carte’ menu for two, use of the tennis courts, and transfers from Mustique Airport are all included in the room rate. Staying at the Firefly entitles you to full access to the exclusive island of Mustique and all its beaches. Private picnics can be arranged on any beach for you, without charge.
4. Hotel Carl Gustaf, St. Barts
Why You’ll Feel the Love: St. Barts attracts a luxe-loving crowd and the 14-room Hotel Carl Gustaf not only lives up to expectations, but far surpasses them. Rising above the town’s harbor from a steep hillside, each of the state-of-the-art rooms features Italian marble floors, pitched ceilings, a private kitchenette, a stereo system, a private terrace, a private plunge pool, and two TVs, — not that you’d be watching TV on your honeymoon or anything. Wink, wink. Units are angled to provide the best views of the bay and stunning sunsets. The beach is an easy 10 minute stroll away, and services like helicopter rides will keep you feeling like the stars you are.
5. Petit St. Vincent Resort, Petit St. Vincent
Why You’ll Feel the Love: Couples looking for their own private-island experience will find it at Petit St. Vincent Resort. Developed just enough to allow for 22 understated yet luxurious bungalows and 75 staff members (that’s two staff members to each guest) that make up the Petit St. Vincent Resort, Petit St.Vincent lies well off the beaten tourist track. It’s the only place to stay on the island and there are no airports, no formal check-in, no keys, no TVs, and no phones in the cottages. What there is, however, is the utmost in privacy and service. When you need anything at all, simply jot down your request, place it in the message box on the bamboo flagpole outside of your room, and hoist the yellow flag. A staff member will motor by on a cart and make any request a reality — think 24-hour room service in your room or at any location on the island. Hoist the red flag and you will not be disturbed under any circumstances. When you do feel like getting out, you can play tennis, hike the trails, kayak, snorkel, windsurf, and more.
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