10 Best Honeymoon Destinations in the Mountains
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Is visiting the beach or the mountains the best destination for a honeymoon or a romantic vacation? The answer is different for each couple, but if you are a couple who prefer a vacation with a variety of exciting activities, going to the hills can be much more satisfying than sunbathing on the beach.
Consider how much you can do in the mountains even when they are covered in snow: Alpine and cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, dog sledding and ice skating are some of the outdoor adventures that await you.
While winter can be the most romantic time for a peak experience (who doesn't love curling up in front of a fireplace and warming up with a cup of steaming hot chocolate?), The best mountain resorts have become destinations for four seasons.
Once the snow melts, active couples can go hiking and mountain biking, zip-lining, kayaking and canoeing, horseback riding, off-road jeep and ATV tours, bird watching, and wildflower gathering.
1. St Moritz, Switzerland
The cradle of winter tourism, St. Moritz began attracting tourists in 1878. In the cold weather, the mountains surrounding the beautiful lakeside town draw skiers to the slopes and heliski daredevils to the peaks. Summer brings honeymoon couples who appreciate the cool, dry air, outdoor cafes, and pure lakes and springs for swimming.
Where to stay: Badrutt's Palace opened in 1896 with the goal of creating a truly sumptuous destination and continues to impress visitors who can expect to receive the royal treatment. From its distinctive pointed tower, which has become a symbol of the city, to its formally dressed doormen, to the classic Rolls-Royce automobile, and to the atrium decorated with ancient European art, Badrutt Palace is a historical treasure. The rooms are elegant and cozy, with a marshmallow cloud on the bed that will tempt both people to stay.
2. Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada
If you wanted to design the most romantic mountain destination, you couldn't do better than Mont-Tremblant. The small pedestrian town, full of shops and restaurants, surrounds the mountain in a semicircle. French is probably the first language you will hear and adds to the spirit of joie de vivre that is part of the allure of the destination. As long as you're dressed for the weather, you'll never feel cold thanks to the strategically placed fire pits. Or go to the hot tables at the Mont-Tremblant casino.
Where to stay: Perched on the mountainside with ski in / ski-out convenience, Fairmont Tremblant has a year-round heated outdoor pool and spa that offers nearly a dozen types of massages, including a sensual tandem massage for two. Fairmont Gold Rooms offer access to a private lounge with a private concierge to make special arrangements for a honeymoon couple. With the free continental breakfast and cocktail canapes served there every day, you won't go hungry.
3. Aspen, Colorado
Aspen is small and most of its shops and restaurants are within walking distance. In fact, with Prada, Gucci, Burberry, Kemo Sabe and the classic Pitkin County Dry Goods boots, shopping is almost as much sport as skiing. Summer brings a number of events, including the popular Food & Wine Classic, consisting of three days of cooking demonstrations, wine tastings, panel discussions, and opportunities to interact with world-renowned chefs and wine experts.
Where to stay: The Little Nell is the pinnacle of luxury and a destination unto itself for couples in the know. A ski porter stores his skis overnight and warms his boots while he awaits his ski trip directly from the hotel. And whether it's the altitude (over 7,000 feet) or the kisses that take your breath away, the Oxia Personal Oxygen dispenser in your minibar can help you regenerate.
4. Nagano, Japan
Nagano, home of the 1998 Winter Olympics, is also known as the Japanese Alps and home to fantastic snow monkeys throughout the year. Inspirational for newlyweds, these wild macaques thrive on strong family ties and hot springs that allow them to survive Nagano's freezing snowy winters. If you plan your trip for when the weather is warm, pick the cherry blossoms of Nagano and visit the impressive Matsumoto Castle.
Where to sleep: Experience a traditional Japanese ryokan at Myojinkan in the mountains. Couples can choose between Japanese-style rooms (tatami on the floor for sleeping) or Western-style rooms (mattress on the bed frame). The hotel's outdoor hot springs allow men and women to bathe together in a natural and private setting.
5. Park City, Utah
Even if you never strap on a pair of skis in Park City, you will never get bored. The surrounding mountains attract serious skiers, and where skiers go, spas to soothe tired muscles are always on the edge. The main street of the city is lined with bars, boutiques and restaurants. And the Kimball Center is just one of more than 20 galleries where couples can admire art.
Where to stay: Few hotels match the Waldorf Astoria when it comes to service. The Park City Outpost is within walking distance of the Frostwood Cable Car. It is also home to a Golden Door Spa. Regardless of the season, romance surrounds the hotel, with heated pools and whirlpools and fire pits to warm up couples. Exclusive experiences include a day with a local brewmaster and motorcycle rental for a trip along the Mirror Lake Highway.
6. Courchevel, France
High in the French Alps, the Courchevel ski resort is part of Les Trois Vallées, the largest connected ski areas in the world. The area includes five towns at different altitudes, each with its own personality.
Where to stay: A winter wonderland open only from December to the end of April (when the last snow melts), the Hotel Cheval Blanc in Courchevel in Savoy offers unforgettable luxury to couples on their honeymoon. In addition to housing a Guerlain spa, the hotel is home to chef Yannick Alleno's restaurant Le 1947, polished with a third Michelin star.
7. Stowe, Vermont
At 4,393 feet, Mount Mansfield is the tallest mountain in Vermont. While it can't compete with the alpine peaks or those to the west, it still draws loyalists thanks to a wide range of winter and summer activities in nearby Stowe. For a spectacular ride, follow Auto Toll Road to the top for a romantic view of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains.
Where to stay: rustic and intimate, Topnotch at Stowe seems made for lovers. A huge wood-burning fireplace, a heated indoor pool with an adjacent hot tub next to a large window, and a large spa add to its charm. Topnotch is the kind of place to kick off your shoes, curl up on a couch, and take in the breathtaking panoramic mountain views outside of the floor-to-ceiling windows. In the evening, idyll by the outdoor fire pit, drinking champagne and making s'mores.
8. South Lake Tahoe, California
Towering over crystal clear Lake Tahoe, Heavenly Valley is the largest ski area in the United States. Its 4,630 skiable acres are accessible by 28 chairlifts, and the season often runs through April. Après-ski is jovial, especially during Tap Happy Hour, when craft beers are tasted every day. Players can choose from casinos, where live entertainment often attracts music fans.
Where to stay: Nestled in the middle of the mountain, the newly opened Ritz-Carlton Lake Tahoe features rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, a hillside spa, and a homemade marshmallow s'mores experience. Exciting summer experiences include paragliding, gliders and hot air balloon rides, and helicopter flights.
9. Bellayre and Hunter Mountain, New York
They are not particularly high mountains, but they are close enough to New York City that honeymoon couples can visit them for a day. When summer comes, the hills really come alive to the sound of music on these slopes of the Catskill Mountains. Concerts at the Belleayre Music Festival are held from July to September and you can enjoy a picnic on the lawn surrounding the shell. Larger Hunter Mountain attracts top performers, and its annual Mountain Jam is a three-day festival.
Where to Stay: The Emerson Resort & Spa is the most elegant lodging option in this part of the Catskills. Spacious, comfortable and modern rooms with rustic wood elements and Arts & Crafts style furniture. A large spa, well-selected shops, access to nearby restaurants, and a whimsical kaleidoscope make it popular with couples on their honeymoon, babymoon, or romantic getaway.
10. Bariloche, Argentina
Go south to Bariloche in the Andes in the Patagonian region of Argentina. The South American city borders Nahuel Huapi, a vast glacial lake, so the views couldn't be better. For a brief moment, you might even think you're in the snowy Alps thanks to the chalets, chocolate, and fondue that you can savor here.
Where to stay: Bariloche has a variety of cheap hotels, but focus only on the best for your honeymoon: Llao Llao Resort is open all year round. From its marina, couples can kayak, windsurf, canoe, stand up paddle and fly fishing in summer. Don't forget to sample fine Argentine Malbec wines while you're here and toast your signature experience.
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