The Top 5 Best Couple Resorts
Travelling with your significant other is one of the most effective ways to get to know them better and strengthen your relationship. I’ve narrowed it down to some of the best couple resorts that are perfect for a romantic adventure, whether you’re looking for a relaxing spa getaway, a private island escape, or a luxurious adventure.
1. Jade Mountain – St. Lucia
Room service is an elemental part of the Jade Mountain experience – you can have all your meals in your suite if you wish. Lots of other activities are also on offer within the estate, including yoga, a mountain bike trail, walking nature tours, and Tree to Bar chocolate tours – there’s a little chocolate-making laboratory.
You can be assured it has everything – the location, the views, the sanctuaries, the hospitality, the food and a romantic atmosphere – everything is top class.
2. Hermitage Bay – Antigua
It’s curled up in a quiet corner of Antigua, and featuring luxurious accommodation, wellness, and dining options. Your valentine’s day travel ideas could include celebrating the Caribbean’s peace, warmth, and extraordinary natural beauty.
It’s at the end of an unpaved road on the island’s western shore, surrounded by untouched land and breathtaking sea views.
Natural yet modern suites with sea views, private terraces, deep soaking tubs, and outdoor showers makes it more romantic for your Valentine’s Day travel ideas.
Hermitage Bay has an open-air restaurant serving locally sourced dishes, a relaxing bar, an infinity pool, a beautiful beach, and a tranquil spa. Hermitage Bay is an ideal setting for couples seeking a vacation that leaves them rested and centred.
3. Four Seasons – Bora Bora
The Resort is a vast tropical grove, replete with coconut palms and pandanus trees. Its 115 overwater and beachfront bungalows are beautifully appointed with luxe Polynesian décor, and all designed with thatched roofs and decorated with indigenous artwork.
The Four Seasons offers a wide range of creative culinary experiences, while the full-service spa is balanced by the powerful rhythms of the Pacific Ocean and the tranquillity of the island’s lagoon, providing an unrivalled combination of relaxation and exhilaration.
The resort is home to a stunning infinity pool, a beautiful beach and protected lagoon, a top-notch spa and workout facility, and four on-site restaurants.
Some incredible things which you can experience on your Valentine’s Day travel packages are: Heiva Bora Bora, the island’s annual festival of song and dance; Bora Bora’s famous lagoon on a motorised outrigger canoe.
The Resort offers a selection of highly personalised private culinary experiences. From a romantic dinner for two on the Sunset Motu, movie night on the beach making it the best resort for couples to suit every taste.
The Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is a South Pacific paradise that combines the highest standards of service with ultramodern comforts and the natural ease and gracious hospitality of the Polynesian culture.
4. Sandals, Grenada
Sandals Grenada Resort and Spa is an all-inclusive luxury resort, with signature romantic touches like beach fire pits, two-person hammocks and swinging chairs, and rooms with private pools and soaking tubs.
The 17-acre Sandals Grenada Resort is located on the southern tip of the small, friendly island of Grenada. It is located at the end of a small, quiet stretch of sand known as Pink Gin Beach – and because it is at the very end of the island, it is exposed to the open seas. There are three sections of the hotel: The Pink Gin Village, Italian Village, and South Seas Village. Each village contains a large block of rooms with themed decor.
With five pools, a lovely spa and fitness centre, numerous activities, and 10 restaurants, couples won’t be at a loss for things to do. Sandals also offers additional free perks such as scuba diving, airport transfers, and even weddings for stays of three nights or longer. As an all-inclusive property, all food, and drinks, including alcoholic beverages, are included in room rate.
A variety of water sports are also available at the beach, such as kayaking, Hobie Cat sailing, windsurfing, and snorkelling, and glass-bottom boat tours. The main pool in South Seas Village is the largest, with a swim-up bar and an in-pool volleyball area. It has daybeds and is flanked by Grecian-style columns, as well as a large hot tub perched on a terrace overlooking the main pool and bar.
As the Sandals resort is located at the very southern tip of Grenada, it is exposed to currents from the open ocean, which makes for rough, choppy waters most days. Sandals’ new all-inclusive resort in Grenada defies all design conventions to create an extraordinary couple’s resort unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.
However, the romance may not end with long walks on the beach, but it will be great for couples’ Valentine’s day travel ideas.
5. Tabacon Resort and Spa – Arenal Costa Rica
Tabacon is in Costa Rica’s northern region, in the heart of the tropical rainforest at the foot of the majestic Arenal Volcano. This five-star carbon-neutral resort provides a unique blend of nature, adventure, and relaxation. Tabacon provides luxurious accommodations, services, and amenities in a spectacular natural setting. The healing thermal mineral spring river cascades from the volcanic earth at the resort, forming waterfalls, streams, tranquil pools, and ponds.
This 102-room eco-friendly spa resort and local institution is a sensuous Eden in a relatively remote area on the west side of the volcano, about a 20-minute drive from La Fortuna and other attractions, with beautiful rainforest and volcano views.
Hot spring enthusiasts of all ages visit from all over the world, and honeymooners can be seen lounging in their bathrobes and slippers among the jungle trees and buffet tables, making this one of the best resorts for couples. This is a popular honeymoon and couples destination, and many of those immersed in the hot waters, taking a nighttime stroll through the jungle paths, or swimming up to the pool barn are obviously romantically minded couples waiting for the right moment to slip under the waterfall alone.
The hotel, which is located on the west side of the volcano, is a destination in and of itself, and those who visit probably don’t mind that they won’t be able to quickly pop into town. The rooms are splendidly kept and spacious, with floor-to-ceiling windows facing the rainforest that make them feel bright even on a rainy day.
Tabacon was the first hot springs destination in the area and is perhaps the only one with completely natural hot springs. Since this is a spa resort, there is of course also a terrific spa with coed hot tub and relaxation areas. Treatments take place in open-air bungalows by the hot springs.
This post should have sparked your interest in planning a romantic trip with your significant half. You shouldn’t have to wait until your honeymoon or another special occasion to spend time together and explore new places. Get in touch today to start planning.
Which of these romantic resorts do you want to visit the most? Let me know in the comments!