The following handpicked villa rentals are perfectly suited for honeymoons or intimate couples' getaways.
If you are looking for a romantic honeymoon getaway, in need of an intimate couples’ escape, or are planning to surprise a loved one with the gift of a lifetime, look no further than our selection of romantic villa rentals below. These honeymoon hideaways feature secluded settings, picturesque views, and luxurious amenities. We are happy to arrange additional honeymoon amenities, including rose petals, champagne, and private in-villa massages.
Though the apartment’s street address is Rue des Grands Degrès, the orientation of the building allows for a breathtaking view of the bouquinistes on the Quai de Montebello, the Seine herself, and Notre Dame’s revered southern Rose Window.
Ranelagh, is a very beautiful, fully air-conditioned apartment with an elevator in an Haussmanian style building that has a sumptuous view of Paris roofs tops and the Eiffel Tower. It offers two en-suite fully air-conditioning bedrooms, a great living room and a fully equipped kitchen.
Rive Gauche is an elegant apartment in Paris in an ideal location; just a short distance to the Louvre and the Arc de Triomphe.
It’s no wonder that the Amalfi Coast has become one of the main bucket-list destinations: Italy’s most scenic stretch of coastline boasts characteristic corniche winding roads, colorful terraced villages, striking sunsets and fascinating views over the crystal waters.
With its beautiful beaches, welcoming culture and rich history, this area of the island retains an untarnished, genuine charm.
Luxurious and elegant, this stunning, 9.5 bedroom custom villa is set just above its own perfect white sand pocket beach on the shores of beautiful Magens Bay.
Sea Pearl has been imaginatively renovated by its new owners to create a desirable tropical hideaway within a few minutes walk of the secluded Smugglers' Cove beach with its reef, which is ideal for snorkeling.
This magnificent two-bedroom home is one of the finest in the whole Caribbean and was extensively described in one of the issues of Architectural Digest.