Ask the Experts: Hotels Perfect for Luxury Honeymooners

An igloo-style room in Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort.

Continuing our weddings and honeymoons mini-series, Luxury Travel Advisor asked “Mr. Honeymoon,” aka Jim Augerinos of Perfect Honeymoons, for any new hotels he has scouted out for his newlyweds. “Here are some wonderful hotels I have discovered recently that I have been sending couples to for unique luxury honeymoons,” he told us:

Fogo Island Inn, Newfoundland Canada 
Wilderness Safaris’ Bisate Lodge, Rwanda 
Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island, Australia
Kura design villas, Costa Rica 
The Brando, Tetiaroa, French Polynesia 
Treetops Lodge, New Zealand 
Vina Vik, Chile 
Giraffe Manor, Kenya
◆ The Highlands Ngorongoro Conservation area, Tanzania 
The Resort at Paws up North Bank Camp, Montana 
Amangiri, Utah 
Imanta Resort, Mexico 
Zarafa Camp, Botswana 
Como Uma Canggu, Bali 

We also reached out to Kara Bebell and Harlan deBell, aka The Travel Siblings, a Tzell Travel affiliate, and asked about which hotels they’ve discovered over the past year that they see best fit for luxury honeymooners. Here’s their list of hotels and resorts:

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Rosewood Phuket
Taj Andaman Islands
Silversands Grenada
Montage Cabo
Timbers Kauai
Capella Ubud
Belmond Castello di Casole Tuscany
Epitome Santorini
The Farol Hotel Cascais
Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort, Lapland, “which offers glass igloo-style rooms very popular with our honeymooners.”

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