Luxury couple holidays differ from one couple to the next. Some couples love to escape to far-flung exotic destinations. If this is you, somewhere like Seychelles or the Maldives might be your idea of a luxury romantic holiday, where the beaches are as white and soft as sugar, and there is abundant tropical seclusion. Or, if you fancy luxury couple breaks with a bit more movement, we can send you off on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to somewhere mystical and hard to reach, like Bhutan or an epic self-drive adventure across the USA.
If a cultural journey is more what you’re both into, we can’t think of many places better than Sri Lanka, an island overflowing with UNESCO World Heritage sites. We know luxury couple experiences should be special, and our Travel Designers will pull out all the stops to ensure a memorable escape for both of you. We’re talking exclusive behind-the-scenes tours, romantic experiences only we can arrange, and a few little luxury surprises. If there are luxury holiday destinations for couples that you have in mind that you can’t find on our website, then please get in touch. We’re here to help you whisk your loved one away on a romantic couples’ holiday, whatever it may be.PLAN MY COUPLES HOLIDAY
If you Google “luxury holiday destinations for couples”, you will see many ideas, making it hard to find the perfect option for you. At SevenTravel, our Travel Designers will take time to get to know you as a couple. They will plan a luxury couple travel itinerary that suits your personalities, interests, and travelling preferences.
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Stretching from the belly of South America to its southern tip, Chile is impossibly long. This twelve-day trip explores the wealth of landscapes which lie in between, from the cosmopolitan capital Santiago to the epic Atacama Desert and northern Patagonia, while toasting its rich diversity with visits to some of the country’s finest wineries along the way.VIEW EXPERIENCE
The Amalfi coast is the perfect place to practice what the locals call “La Dolce Vita”. With rugged cliff faces, small picturesque villages and rolling vineyards, the entire region has a wealth of attractions, world-class cuisine and some of the best views in the world.VIEW EXPERIENCE
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Amidst the most dramatic mountains in Canada, the Fairmont Lake Louise sits within sight of a pristine glacial lakes. One of the most recognisable hotels in the world, experience 5-star luxury accommodation coupled with impeccable service and fine dining. Flanked by the towering Rocky Mountains and with the picturesque Lake Louise, a stay at this hotel will create many memories.
In the heart of the fashionable Jaffa district, this former 19th century French hospital and monastery provides the perfect blend of old and new with dramatic architecture and modern interiors. Part of the prestigious Luxury collection, unwind with an atmosphere of total relaxation by the outdoor pool, spa or chic restaurants.
Since opening its doors in 1887, Raffles has become synonymous with luxury - offering an oasis of calm in the heart of Singapore. Here, old world charm is perfectly complemented by refined modern features to exude an unrivalled air of elegance and better yet, you are perfectly located to explore some of the city’s most iconic landmarks.
Dating back to the 1930’s, Giraffe Manor is an exquisite manor hotel with a boutique feel. With twelve rooms characterful rooms, a serene wellness centre enjoy the hot tub, sauna, steam room and gym or simply relax in the gardens overlooking the giraffe sanctuary. The most fascinating thing, is its resident herd of Rothschild's giraffes, who offer great entertainment as they stop by at breakfast time to say hello.
Paying a glorious tribute to nineteenth-century European spice traders, hotel design guru Bill Bensley has turned the jungle camp experience on its head with Capella Ubud. Discreetly tucked within the lush greenery of Keliki Valley, each of the luxury tented retreats are named adventurous vocations (cartographer, carpenter and so on) and are suitably filled with vintage curios to match. From the moment you stumble upon Capella Ubud you feel you’re on your own expedition – the excitement only builds from there.
On the banks of the seasonal Jongomero River in a remote corner of Ruaha National Park, Jongomero is a small traditional lodge with eight tented suites under an east African thatched makuti roof. The suites look out onto the dry river bed which offers great entertainment as the animals pass through in search of water and food.
Water Garden’s beautifully landscaped grounds are flanked by rice paddies and centuries-old trees for a gorgeous rural setting. As its name suggests, Water Garden is built around manicured water gardens, inspired by the ancient equivalent that sits at the base of its famous neighbour, Sigiriya rock fortress. All of its chalets are angled for unblemished views of the icon, while the spa and swimming pool keep you as serene as the surrounding landscape.
The Arabic translation of Dar Ahlam is “House of Dreams” and you could not find a better hotel in Morocco. With manicured lawns and palm and date trees silently swaying in the breeze, this converted Kasbah or country house is a place to relax and unwind after a day of adventures.
Housed in a building with over five centuries of history and next to the Qoricancha Palace, the hotel seamless blends modern day service with historical painted ceilings and stuccos. Relax after a day sightseeing with some well-deserved time in its Palacio de Inka spa or therapeutic indoor pool.
Among the trickling waterfalls and lush flora surrounding Machu Picchu is this collection of casitas, stone pathways, and wooden bridges tucked away in the cloud forest. Welcoming guests to its intimate Andean Villa, the hotel is renowned for its service and warm Peruvian hospitality. A must stay when you’re visiting Machu Picchu.
Formerly a 17th century Monastery, this luxurious boutique hotel has a dramatic setting perched majestically on a sheer cliff overlooking the Bay of Salerno so each room comes with a swoon-worthy sea view. Cocoon yourself with a peaceful atmosphere, impeccable service and the finest Italian cuisine.
Those looking to spend time together need not look further than this luxury lodge in Hawke's Bay. Set in 6,000 rolling acres of stunning farmland and pastureland, the Farm at Cape Kidnappers has spectacular views over the nearby Pacific Ocean. The main lodge overlooks the working farm and the Spa offers personalised treatments.
Set in the verdant hills above the Caribbean coast of southern Belize, this luxurious eco-lodge overlooks a pristine rainforest, complete with sumptuously decorated hillside cabanas, stunning jungle views and a bountiful organic farm that supplies the lodge’s farm-to-table cuisine. During your stay, you can enjoy the swimming pools, spa, bar, or the observation deck with a drink while watching the Maya Mountains and endless rainforests.
Situated on the private Doro Nawas Conservancy, this Wilderness Safari camp offers exclusive access to Africa’ best wildlife and overlooks the ancient plains of Damaraland. Each chalet has been crafted to blend into its surroundings. Soak up the expansive views on your chalet’s viewing deck, connect with nature with an outdoor shower or a dip in the pool to cool off.
With an enviable location next to the Imperial Palace and with a view like no other from the top of this high-rise hotel, the Palace Hotel is in prime position to explore the city and nearby Ginza and the Marunouchi districts. Impeccable service has seen the hotel listed in the Forbes Travel Guide and with seven restaurants, dining it a highlight along with its Evian Spa.
A striking futuristic building which lies at the heart of Kyoto amongst its many attractions such as Maruyama Park, Kyoto Tower, museums, and temples, the Thousand offers sophisticated, minimalist style guestrooms with the emphasis on space and natural light. Expect a warm welcome and personalised stay as you relax in the tranquil garden, eat in one of the hotel's two restaurants, or try some black tea or sake at the modern tea bar.
Celebrating the spirit of the Rajput Palaces and havelis, the hotel has been carefully designed to offer a homage to the past legacies of the region. From the waterfall in the lobby, the elegant red brick exteriors to the peacocks roaming the grounds, this is the place to stay in Jaipur.
With Jungle Beach the clue really is in the name, with the resort sat within a heavenly mix of lush rainforest and sugar-soft sands on Sri Lanka’s secluded east coast. This is where Robinson Crusoe would stay if he were ever to find himself on the Teardrop Isle: think waking up in rustic jungle-enveloped cabins, walking out onto an almost-deserted beach, toes-in-the-sand apéritifs and siestas under a shaded parasol. Even the restaurant is like a treehouse – Mr Crusoe would certainly approve.
A hotel which is as unique as its surroundings, the award-winning Museum Hotel in Cappadocia is wonderful base in which to explore the captivating region. Built on former ruins, each of the Museum’s 30 rooms are different in design, style and size yet each offer their own slice of peace and tranquil. Take in the stunning landscape from the hotel’s terrace which offers panoramic views.
Nowhere combines heritage and location quite like the Sofitel Legend Old Cataract in Aswan. Situated on the banks of the Nile, like a terracotta-hued museum piece stuffed with old-world charm, this hotel feels torn straight from the pages of an Agatha Christie detective novel. That's because, in part, it actually is where the legendary crime author penned her Poirot classic, Death on the Nile, in 1937, and sections of the book are set here. Perched on a blush-tinged granite outcrop overlooking the Nile's first cataract (very shallow portions of the river), the hotel was built in 1899 by the famous travel guru Thomas Cook as a nineteenth-century Victorian palace to house European travelers. It has retained its time-honored soul magnificently, and sensitive refurbishments over the decades have created a delicate blend of Moorish, European, and Oriental styles, with an unmistakable Egyptian undercurrent as a subtle tribute to the pharaohs.
Only accessible by boat, tropical isolation comes naturally to Six Senses Ninh Van Bay. Squeezed in-between huge boulders that pepper the crescent-shaped bay, each one of the rustic wooden villas is far enough away from the next to guarantee maximum privacy. The rocky peninsula, cotton-white sands and lush rainforest promise an intimate encounter with nature with limitless opportunities to immerse yourself with your pristine surroundings.
Escape to this remote Patagonian retreat amidst 10,000 acres of majestic mountains and plains; EOLO offers a truly memorable escape on the land where the first Creole and European immigrants initially set foot within the region. Appreciate scenic glacier views from the comfort of your room, or enjoy a range of activities including horseback riding, bird watching and mountain biking.
Situated in the Archaeological Park of the Valley of the Temples, the Villa Athena features unrivalled views of the nearby temples with direct access. Formerly, an 18th century residence, it has been carefully renovated into a luxury boutique which offers a tranquil and peaceful atmosphere.
Within the former headquarters of newspaper A Tarde, the hotel brings glitz to the historic centre for the perfect mix of luxury and history. Offering panoramic views of the Bay of All Saints and Salvador's superbly hued architecture, you’ll find yourself situated in the most beautiful surroundings.
There was a buzz about this hotel when it opened and has continued due its great service and warm hospitality. Within an easy stroll of the Artist’s quarter, this contemporary styled hotel is constantly voted as one of the best in the city. It also boasts the city’s only rooftop pool for a relaxing and unwinding swim.
With its striking infinity pool at its heart, Bill & Coo has a luxurious feel and attention to detail everywhere you look. Designed by the renowned K-studio, the hotel has been styled with the use of soft pastel colours in a minimalist fashion but with hints of traditional design influences. The award-winning restaurant offers the traditional but with some of the best views to be found in the Mediterranean.
Clinging like a limpet to a pine-covered Himalayan hillside, each one of the standalone villas at COMO Uma Paro feels like an exclusive Bhutanese retreat. The main building was once the home of a nobleman and his heritage is reflected in the villages, which are bedecked in hand-carved woodwork, artisan-knitted rugs and bedcovers stitched with authentic Bhutanese patterns. COMO Uma Paro’s status as a swoon-worthy spa sanctuary only serves to amplify its peaceful wildflower-sprinkled setting.
If you want a luxury snapshot of how a monk lives, Amankora Thimphu comes pretty close. Serenely situated on the outskirts of Bhutan’s capital amid sweet-smelling pines, the hotel is built in the image of a traditional dzong. Even the simple designed rooms and bukhari wood-burning stoves, resemble monks’ quarters. Tap into Bhutanese life here, from half-day hikes to a nearby monastery to archery classes and downtime in its cedar-scented spa.
A grand nineteenth-century mansion, the Gallic grandeur of Le Rêve Boutique Hotel fits very snugly among the leafy boulevards and other grand houses of Santiago’s Providencia neighbourhood. Its ivy-covered exterior hides a homely feel inside where the understated elegance is matched by a tranquil atmosphere – invaluable for a city hotel. Handily, it’s close to all of Santiago’s must-see landmarks, as well as many museums and gourmet restaurants.
High in the northern desert of Chile, Tierra Atacama lodge encapsulates exquisite design, unique experiences, and an intimate homely atmosphere. With clear night skies, high altitude lagoons and moon-like valleys, all set in an unforgettable desert landscape where a sense of both adventure and pure relaxation are combined, you will leave feeling fully restored.
A legend amongst Indian Hotel’s, this Grand Dame has an enviable position in the foothills of the Himalayas Mountain range. Each guest room has been opulently appointed with soft pastel colours and locally sourced furniture.
You’ll be staying in a little slice of history at Hospes Palacio del Bailío, as this urban retreat is set within a sixteenth-century former mansion on top of the ruins of a Roman villa. This creates a mish-mash of influences, from the expertly carved Moorish gates to the frescoes inspired by Tuscan artists. But the fact it was once home to royalty means you can be certain that historic grandeur and class will ooze from every inch of its courtyards, geranium-dressed balconies and marble corridors.
Immersing you into the era of the Raj with the Victorian-era décor, marble floors and gilded chandeliers, roam the corridors of this renowned hotel with thousands of prints of days gone by or just relax in the landscape gardens with a refreshing glass of Pimms or a G&T.
Simply Guayaquil’s finest bolthole, Hotel de Parque is a tranquil retreat that serves as perfect prep (or some much-needed downtime) before or after any Galápagos adventure. Hidden in the Parque Historico botanical gardens, this elegant 19th-century building has preserved many of its opulent colonial features, with stylish furniture, illustrious artwork and an open-air patio with fountains and exotic foliage. Guests are also granted an access-all-areas pass to the botanical gardens so you can explore its wildlife-filled grounds – even after hours.
Sitting plumb in arguably the most astounding of Sedona’s terracotta canyons, Enchantment Resort’s sensitive design melds flawlessly with its rocky surrounds. Its location was once a sacred place of restoration for ancient tribes and the resort’s tipis, Native American patterns and traditional restorative techniques in its spa are an ode to the land’s ancestors. There’s nothing the staff here don’t know about the surrounding seventy acres of wilderness, leaving you with the feeling this patch of Sedona really does possess a kind of magic.
Within easy reach of the Cultural Triangle’s ancient treasures, Ulagalla is a grand manor house that once belonged to esteemed Anuradhapura nobility. It’s set in fifty eight acres of grassy grounds alive with grey langur monkeys, peacocks and over one hundred species of birds, a landscape Ulagalla is fully in tune with. Each chalet is made with local materials and nearly all have plunge pools, perfect spots to absorb the surrounding rainforest, rice paddies and woodland after a busy day exploring the Cultural Triangle.
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