A room with a wondrous view
As newlyweds, your honeymoon is one of the most anticipated and indulgent holidays you’ll ever take. Be sure to pick a stay that complements the magical journey you’re about to embark on.
The view of the Amalfi Coast:
La Sireneuse, Positano
Amalfi Coast’s most popular 5-star boutique hotel, offers spacious terraces, balconies, whirlpools and unmatched postcard-perfect Positano vistas from almost every room in the property. The Michelin-starred restaurant La Sponda is one of the best places in the region to catch the spanning seas while indulging in Napoli’s famous gastronomy under the light of four hundred lit candles for a honeymoon special.
The view of the Taj Mahal:
The Oberoi Amarvillas, Agra
The uninterrupted view of one of the wonders of the world is not the only reason a visit to this exotic property. The enchanting rich history of the heritage hotel and the ornate gardens and lush green surrounding make the experience of the property even more special. Take your date for a fine dine experience at Esphahan while a sitar player strums classical tunes, and soak in the beauty of the Taj.
The view of the Mediterranean sea:
Hacienda Na Xamena, Ibiza
From the top of a cliff rising 180 metres high, this hotel is the gem of the Balearic Islands, embracing its almost untouched natural surroundings. Suite Na Xamena, the most in-demand accommodation in the hotel features a private breathtaking view of the Mediterranean, ideal for watching the sunrise with your loved one.
The view of the Great Pyramids of Giza:
The Marriott Mena House, Cairo
The landmark hotel opened its gates to the world in 1869, and has since played host to kings and emperors amongst many others dignitaries. Set across 40 acres of jasmine-scented gardens, the palatial Mena House boasts incredible views of the iconic Pyramids of Giza. The hotel is the closest to the mesmerizing wonders, brimming with modern facilities.
The view of London’s cityscape:
Corinthia Hotel, London
The ultimate London address boasts a massive royal penthouse suite spread across two floors and connected by a private internal lift. Keeping with the ‘more-is-more’ theme of the hotel, the historic property is privy to panoramic views of the river Thames, the London Eye and everything in between, from your own private terrace.