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Top Ten Luxury & Exotic Honeymoon Destinations

Hawaii

Hawaii Honeymoon Destination

Hawaii

There’s no place on earth like Hawaii. Whether you’re a new visitor or returning, these six unique islands offer distinct experiences that will entice any traveler. Hawaii offers superb coastlines, breath taking volcanoes, verdant forests, a native culture, warm breezes, sandy clean beaches and to top it all the most exotic and superb resorts. All this put together attracts the majority of honeymooners to this heaven which is the perfect getaway.

 

 

Top Caribbean Islands Christmas Destinations to Visit

Puerto Rico

Plaza Colon Christmas - Puerto Rico

 

This may be the year to visit Puerto Rico for Christmas. With holiday airfare on the rise, this island nation is offering some bargain prices for lodging. In addition, there are numerous festive Christmas activities. Enjoy an authentic Puerto Rican Christmas dinner; watch a unique holiday street parade with music, singing, and dancing; or tour Old San Juan to see Christmas lights and decoration.

The Best Ten Luxury Islands

Mustique Island

Mustique Island

Mustique Island

Five decades ago, Lord Glenconner had an ambitious dream: to create a private island sanctuary for those who were tired of the usual holiday destinations. Mustique now has 74 wonderful villas available to rent, 9 pristine individual beaches, the Cotton House boutique hotel, the Firefly, world renowned Basil’s Beach Bar, not to mention a health Spa, Scuba-diving facility, Equestrian centre and thriving Tennis club. Raw natural beauty and elegant accommodation, simple lifestyle and a family ‘house party’ atmosphere help guests relax, socialise and be themselves.

5 Great Barbados Hotels

1. Crane Beach Hotel

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Crane Beach Hotel

The Crane Beach Hotel is a grand coral mansion, with the main villa dating from 1790 and the resort itself, the oldest continuously operating resort in the Caribbean, dating back to 1887!Luxurious, but laid-back, the Crane’s rooms and suites feature four poster mahogany beds, marble bathrooms, coral walls, and balconies overlooking the Atlantic ocean. If you can drag yourself away from the luxury of your room, just a few steps away you’ll find L’Azure. White tablecloths, candlelight and a soft guitar complement culinary delights prepared by its Michelin starred chef.If you prefer something a little more exotic, head over to Zen, where the Thai and Japanese chefs serve Sushi, while you sit in front of a wall of glass and watch the sea pounding against the rocks 50 feet below. Or, if you just can’t pull yourself away from your room, you can order breakfast served on your own private balcony.If you don’t ever want to leave, and you certainly won’t be the first, you can now take ownership of the recently developed residences. Own a week, a month, or outright and with less than seven residences per acre, and more than half a mile of beautiful oceanfront, you may never leave this tropical oasis again.