From winter wonderlands to tropical retreats, these holiday and hotel destinations won't disappoint.
As winter approaches, many couples like to start planning a romantic getaway. Maybe you're looking for a vacation destination that boasts mountain vistas, cozy fires or wintertime activities like snowboarding and skiing. Or, perhaps you want to escape to a destination brimming with balmy temps and beaches. Whatever your winter travel style, consider these 30 romantic getaway ideas and hotels
Hotels in Bergen, Norway
Bergen, Norway, is great starting point for cruises and daytrips through the area's romantic fjords. Canoodling couples can stay in hotels along Bergen's famous waterfront, the Bryggen, and spend time riding the mountain's spectacular funiculars before hopping on a ferry to see Norway's beautiful hill-lined waterways
Hotels at the Amalfi Coast, Italy
The Amalfi coast in Italy is deemed an outstanding example of a Mediterranean landscape by Unesco, the Amalfi Coast is one of Italy's most memorable destinations. Here, mountains plunge into the sea in a nail-biting vertical scene of precipitous crags, cliff-clinging abodes and verdant woodland.
Hotels and resorts in the Maldives
The Republic of Maldives is made up of 26 natural atolls, which are surrounded by a striking turquoise lagoon. Due to its far-flung location, this winter vacation spot is pretty pricey to visit. However, the romantic atmosphere is unmatched thanks to its seclusion, crystal clear waters and spectacular sunrises and sunsets. If you're looking to splurge, book an overwater bungalow at one of the many luxury resorts.
Hotels in Dubrovnik, Croatia
While the port town of Dubrovnik, Croatia, is teeming with tourists during the warmer months, winter leaves this magical city strikingly free of crowds despite the fact high temperatures still hover in the mid-50s. Head to Dubrovnik (you may recognize it as King's Landing from the popular "Game of Thrones" TV series) for relaxing strolls through the limestone streets of Old Town, romantic dinners along the waterfront promenade and, if you're interested, Game of Thrones tours
Hotels in St. Moritz, Switzerland
St. Moritz may be most known as a top ski destination, but it's also perfect for couples seeking romance. This mountain town features its own mineral springs, which have been attracting tourists for 3,000 years. Duos can enjoy days soaking in the area's famous spas, in addition to winter activities like skiing and snowboarding. When it's time for a bite, head to one of the numerous high-end dining establishments that line the stunning Lake St. Moritz.
Hotels in Santorini, Greece
White and pastel-colored houses flank the side of the cliffs of Santorini, creating a stunning background for romance and fun. Couples flock to this Greek island for boating, spectacular ocean views and exquisite Greek dining. Winter weather in Santorini may only reach the 50s and 60s, but you'll have more of this famous island to yourselves since the area experiences lighter crowds this time of year.
Hotels in Amsterdam
Amsterdam is not only canals, shops or coffee shops, it is also in recent years the perfect destination for Halloween. Amsterdam loves it so much that they celebrate it for three days at the Halloween Festival Amsterdam. Book your hotel room at the best price, It might not be haunted!. We have also selected the best things to doduring your stay in Amsterdam.
Hotels in London
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Hotels in Rome
If you’re lucky enough to be in Rome for New Year’s Eve, get ready for the party of a lifetime. The entire city, from the Piazza del Popolo to the Colosseum, ignites in celebration, resulting in a fantastic and unforgettable experience that you won’t find anywhere else. Given climate concerns and ensuing carbon stigmas, it’s no wonder that many cities around the world are dropping their fireworks displays in lieu of more sustainable, quieter alternatives. Rome, however brazenly, upholds the tradition of celebratory explosions, offering nearly half a dozen venues with full-on fireworks displays on New Year’s Eve.