Secluded beaches. Vineyard views. Cozy cottages. Sparkling coasts. Some luxury resorts seem to have romance built right into their very foundations. Luxury Safes shows you the world’s 10 most romantic resorts for valentine’s day, a true luxury experience for two. So pack your bags and grab someone special—it’s going to be a memorable romantic getaway in your luxury lifestyle.
Las Ventanas al Paraíso, a Rosewood Resort – Los Cabos, Mexico:
With its minimalist adobe-style architecture and maximum attention to detail, Las Ventanas al Paraíso set the gold standard for Mexico’s luxury and romantic resorts decades ago. Following the devastation of 2014’s Hurricane Odile, the property upped its game further with property-wide renovations, including the redesign of its 12 villas. Other updates include private hot tubs, a new indoor/outdoor spa, and an impeccable ceviche bar.
Vomo Island Resort – Fiji:
Set among 20 volcanic islands near Fiji’s capital, the 225-acre Vomo Island Resort is intimate, with a string of stand-alone villas among palm trees on the beach. Most of the island remains untouched. In addition to a raw bar, the resort’s restaurant offers Japanese robata and tandoori-oven dishes on select evenings. The Senikai Spa and adults-only swimming pool promise plenty of couple’s relaxation on the valentine’s day.
Auberge du Soleil – Napa Valley, California:
Evolved in 1985 from an acclaimed California-French restaurant, Napa Valley’s Auberge du Soleil is now known as much for its 52 vineyard-view accommodations and swimming pool as it is for its dining room’s Michelin-starred cuisine. The resort’s 7,000-square-foot Auberge Spa overlooks Napa Valley and offers a luxury experience full of treatments that use house-infused oils and herbs grown in the spa’s garden.
Angama Mara – Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya:
Angama Mara, one of the most romantic resorts, seduces for its spectacular location overlooking Kenya’s vast savannas filled with lions, elephants, leopards, migrating wildebeests, and other animals. Guests can view the wildlife from their cliff-top, canvas-and-glass tents, which feature sprawling decks outside and galvanized bathtubs inside—the latter of which may just tempt couples to re-create one of Out of Africa’s movie most famous scenes.
Aman Sveti Stefan – Montenegro:
Within Aman Sveti Stefan walls, cobblestone paths lead to jasmine-lined cottages and an open-air piazza with café tables served by an enoteca and an antipasti bar. Eight luxurious suites with Juliet balconies, as well as a restaurant with a wisteria-covered loggia, are set within Villa Miločer, a former royal palace on the mainland. Just beyond, at the spa, an 80-foot-long, glass-enclosed swimming pool and four 700-square-foot treatment rooms overlook a private beach, making this luxury resort the perfect scenario for a romantic getaway.
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