If your wedding is this winter, be sure to check out our amazing suggestions for your honeymoon! You may be thinking of sunny hot beaches and warm summer nights, but you should also take a moment to consider the cool (pun intended!) places you two love birds can go to as well. Here are the destinations that made our list!
If you love chilly weather, then all you need to do is pack your skis and heard to the Andes Mountains in Chile for an action-packed honeymoon. May we suggest The Valle Nevado Ski Resort; several hotels that offer an extravagant ski experience in the Southern Hemisphere. This destination can give you a combination of fun activities and relaxed quality time together with amazing restaurants, lounges and spas.
Hawaii is known to have excellent weather all year long, but winter has a few extra perks. Be sure to check out the amazing viewing spots including the protected Auau Channel (between Lanai and Maui) and the warm shallows off Maui’s west coast. Surf season starts in late October and runs through March so you’ll find a lot beach action and fun activities taking place around that time.
3. Quebec City
Quebec offers honeymooners both cosmopolitan flavor as well as lots of winter fun. Auberge Le Vincent is one of our favorite places to stay at; a cozy yet modern inn with luxury facilities like flat-screen TVs, goose down duvets and 400 thread-count sheets. It only has 10 rooms, which offers honeymooners the privacy, as well as exquisite personalized service. Enjoy the pampering, then head out to a fun day at the Valcartier Vacation Village, a lovely winter playground.
It’s not exactly the first name that pops into your mind when you’re thinking honeymoon, or winter fun, right? But Japan is actually very well known for its Niseko-Annupuri Mountain. A world renowned ski town, Niseko is home to the Niseko Kogan Hotel, a ski resort with beautiful décor and amazing facilities, including 59 rooms, a variety of restaurants and shops.
Winter wedding at home, means summer honeymoon in Buenos Aires. This magical place has something for every honeymooners to fall in love with; from the painted houses and street performers in rough-and-tumble La Boca to artsy Retiro and the downtown’s monument-studded avenues. You must pencil in a day of shopping at Palermo (known for leather goods) then tango dancing. Traditional dinner in Argentina is parilla (barbecue) with grilled meats like sirloin steak, sausages and chicken, so be sure to try that!