March 30th, 2011 by Honeymoon Compete

With so many places to choose from for that perfect honeymoon, take a look at these top ten choices.

1. Nisbet Plantation Beach Club, Nevis

At the Caribbean’s only historic plantation inn set right on the beach, wicker-furnished cottages are spread among palm trees filled with green Vervet monkeys and beachfront hammocks that swing in the breeze. For the best views book one of the six Lower Deluxe Junior suites, with attached patios facing the ocean. Hoping to see more of the island’s sugar plantations? The hotel will be happy to put you in touch with Reggie Douglas, Nevis’s reigning cycling champ, for a 2-hour bike tour.

Jade Mountain, St. Lucia
Jade Mountain, St. Lucia
Photo: Courtesy of Jade Mountain

2. Jade Mountain, St. Lucia

Located at the highest point of the island, near the west coast town of Soufrière, this hillside hotel with a curved exterior and rough stone accents may be one of world’s the most recognizable. Inside, each of the 28 suites is unique, but they all share impressive features: infinity pools or jacuzzis, 15-foot ceilings, and loftlike architecture—even the raised bathroom is essentially part of one huge space. But since there is no fourth wall obscuring the view, the Piton mountain vistas takes center stage.

Jamaica Inn, Jamaica
Jamaica Inn, Jamaica
Photo: Courtesy of Jamaica Inn

3. Jamaica Inn, Jamaica

Long a favorite among visiting British elite, including the likes of Winston Churchill, this classic Caribbean resort on the east side of Ocho Rios was thoroughly renovated in 2007. Now the 47 suites are a blend of Indonesian, colonial, and retro Jamaican décor, but remain refreshingly unplugged, with no TV’s to shatter the peace. Every suite has its own outdoor space, with a private infinity pool and sea entrance just steps from the bedrooms.

Wickaninnish Inn, British Columbia
Wickaninnish Inn, British Columbia
Photo: Courtesy of Wickaninnish Inn

4. Wickaninnish Inn, British Columbia

The Wickaninnish Inn, set on a remote, pine forest–ringed promontory near Pacific Rim National Park, is best enjoyed during fierce weather—the more tumultuous, the better. In the 75 rooms, plush beds and deep soaking tubs sit beside floor-to-ceiling windows that look out on the churning ocean. Don a rain jacket for a walk along Chesterman Beach, or relax next to your fireplace with a Pacific Northwest Pinot Noir and the binoculars that are provided in each room.

Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, Florida Keys
Little Palm Island Resort, Florida Keys
Photo: Courtesy of Little Palm Island Resort & Spa

5. Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, Florida Keys

This well-regarded private sanctuary is comprised of a cluster of thatched-roof bungalows, a Thai-and-Balinese spa, and a beachfront restaurant (not to mention a new Chef’s Table), and it’s all reachable by a 15-minute boat ride or by seaplane from the mainland. A bonus? Overnight rates include valet parking, boat transfers, mini-bar beverages, and use of watersports equipment.

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, HI
Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, HI
Photo: Courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts

6. Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, Hawaii

“Perfect,” “heaven,” and “the best vacation of my life” are just a few ways guests describe this tropical island resort where all 228 rooms, in two-story bungalows, have ocean views. Meanwhile, the grounds border the dramatic volcanic rock coast with seawater and freshwater swimming pools and an open-air spa teems with tropical vegetation. Be sure to schedule tee time: The private 7,100-square-foot oceanfront Jack Nicklaus signature golf course is carved right into the underlying black lava, which serves as occasional bunkers.

Couples Tower Isle, Jamaica
Couples Tower Isle, Jamaica
Photo: Courtesy of Couples Resorts

7. Couples Tower Isle, Jamaica

This Jamaica property, the first Couples resort, set the standard for all-inclusive hotels when it opened over 60 years ago. Recently renovated to the tune of $30 million, the hotel now offers 20 new rooms, a dive pool, and 10 spa treatment suites. Reserve the top floor Ocean Junior Suites and you’ll have balconies with sea views, flat-screen TV’s, and king-size beds.

Halekulani, Oahu
Halekulani, Oahu
Photo: Courtesy of the Hotels & Resorts of Halekulani

8. Halekulani, Oahu

It’s all about service at this recently renovated 5-acre Waikiki Beach beauty, which has existed for nearly a century. Breakfast is a highlight: at the open-air dining room at Orchids restaurant, paddle straight for the Hawaiian specialties: pipi kaula beef jerky, marinated ahi tuna poke, lomilomi cured salmon, Waimanalo roast suckling pig, local Kula tomatoes, and Big Island goat cheese. The Halekulani kitchen also whips up the Pacific’s best popovers. Once you’re thoroughly stuffed, book a traditional Polynesian spa treatment like Lomi Lomi Hawaiian massage.

Kahala Hotel & Resort, Oahu
Kahala Hotel & Resort, Oahu
Photo: Courtesy of Kahala Hotel and Resort

9. Kahala Hotel & Resort, Oahu

This Oahu classic—fresh from a major renovation—now has thoughtful in-room details (Frette linens; chenille robes; oversize showerheads) in addition to a dolphin-filled lagoon and views of Diamond Head. But it’s the hotel’s storied history that makes this 1964 colossus such an icon. It was here, at what was then a Hilton and known as the Kahollywood, that Richard Burton and Liz Taylor hid out from the paparazzi in a private cabana.

Four Seasons Resort Lanai, The Lodge at Koele
Four Seasons Lanai, The Lodge at Koele
Photo: Courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts

10. Four Seasons Resort Lanai, The Lodge at Koele

An English country manor sensibility pervades this 20-acre central-highland property on sparsely populated Lanai. The 102 rooms and suites have verandas, many fronting the perfectly manicured lawns where croquet and lawn bowling are played. Spend your days on jeep tours, hiking, horseback riding, or skeet shooting, then unwind by the enormous stone fireplaces in the hunting lodge–like Great Hall, sumptuous with dark rich wood, skylights, and libraries and sitting rooms in the wings.

March 23rd, 2011 by Honeymoon Compete

Want a memorable honeymoon that revolves around chocolate and the Golden Gate Bridge? Then let us arrange for you a honeymoon in beautiful San Francisco. Stay at the all-suite Fairmont Hertiage Place hotel located in the former Ghirardelli Chocolate Factory! Starting at 800 sg. ft,. each suite features a fireplace, gourmet kitchen and dining area. You will also enjoy browsing the speciality boutiques with your $100 gift certificate. Room upgrades upon arrival, continential breakfast daily, 4 one day cable car passes, “Make your own Ghirardelli sundae” party, four tickets to several local San Francisco attractions and complimentary BMW bikes.


February 24th, 2011 by Honeymoon Compete

Top honor goes to Hawaii; Belize revealed as #1 up-and-comer according to the AP.

The March issue names the world’s hottest islands, resorts, cities, hotels, and hideaways. Just hitting newsstands the issue includes the top 20 honeymoon destinations, top 5 hotels and resorts in numerous categories and inside scoop on best bars, best pools, best beaches and more.

Top honors went to Hawaii which was named the World’s Top Honeymoon Destination followed by French Polynesia and Fiji, signaling a trend to stay beach bound. Italy, which has been an historic front runner, has placed #4.












January 20th, 2011 by Honeymoon Compete

We had so much fun, it was the perfect wedding and you were 100% right on with the resort, was so relaxing. The staff grounds and food was just what we needed. We are looking forward to heading back as soon as possible. here are a few pics.


November 18th, 2010 by Honeymoon Compete

Secrets Maroma Beach


Thanks so much.  You are extremely helpful and much more knowledgeable on this resort (Secrets Maroma Beach) than anyone else I have spoken to! 



Featuring Recent Posts Wordpress Widget development by YD