Best Winter Wedding Honeymoon Getaway that Will Be Worthwhile

Where to Travel for Your Honeymoon Getaway?

Are you going to travel this November to February for your honeymoon? If you are, you can really have a beautiful winter vacation for your getaway. Here are some of the best places that you can go to:

All About WeddingCosy up in the Ice Hotel, Sweden

The supremely romantic Icehotel Sweden is ideal for couples looking for a one-of-a-kind honeymoon experience – and incredible photographs to take home! Uniquely designed and built from scratch each year, the hotel offers a great range of optional activities for those who want either a relaxed or exhilarating break. Whether it be creating your own special ice sculpture, sharing your husky sled across Swedish Lapland or hunting the Northern Lights, everyone will be undeniably romantic. Spend two nights in a warm Kaamos room before the final night in one of the impressive ice suites, with an optional upgrade to an Art Suite.

Visit hot springs in Iceland

Volcanoes, mountains, glaciers, geysers, lava fields and hot springs…natural wonders certainly aren’t in short supply in Iceland, and in the Winter months, it’s one of your best bets for catching a glimpse of the elusive Northern Lights. Stay at the stylish Alda Hotel on Reykjavik’s main street for an unbeatable location and enjoy delicious seafood in the nearby restaurants and bars.

Enjoy snow sports in Lake Louise, Canada

Surrounded by mountain peaks, the majestic Victoria Glacier and the picturesque lake that gives the hotel its name, The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is the perfect base for honeymooners who want their snowsports with a side of luxury. On most days in the Winter, you can skate on the lake or even take a sleigh ride around it, and if you can force yourself to leave, the world-class Lake Louise ski area with its 4,200 acres of slopes is just a few minutes away in the hotel shuttle. This is the best place that you can enjoy in your big day.

Take a spa break in the Dolomites, Italy

Hotel Fanes, which is set in the heart of the Dolomiti Superski area overlooking the quiet village of San Cassiano, is ideal for a relaxing European break. Italian hospitality and jaw dropping views make this hotel a little jewel in the Dolomites. Rooms are stylishly decorated, the restaurants and bar are extremely cosy, and the superb spa offers a huge range of treatments – plus you’ll love the mountain view from the floor to ceiling windows. For those wishing to hit the slopes, the hotel is a short drive away.

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