Honeymoon Hotspots – Mexico


“To live at the House of AïA is to live in conscious balance with all living things.” – Palmaïa Resort is the perfect location for vegans, with its plant-based menus and animal product- free rooms. The new-build was designed by founder, Alexander Ferri, who wanted guests to experience his own way of living, putting emphasis on inner exploration and respect for nature and community. The property is located in Riviera Maya, a stretch of Caribbean coastline on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. It is set between a white-sand beach and cool-water cenotes, on the edge of the jungle. There are 314 suites, all with an oceanfront and private terrace. Each traveller will be assigned a Nomadic Guide, who will attend to guest’s needs throughout the stay. In addition, guests can dine from a choice of four restaurants along with a rotating food truck, all serving mostly ethically sourced food, from trusted farms and fisheries around Mexico. Palmaia also has a jungle spa, Atlantis, where ancient ceremonies, such as Temazcal are included in the menu of services.

Set high above the ocean with views of the opening and closing holes of both nines, Grand Solmar at Rancho San Lucas, is a ranch-style clubhouse with experienced wedding planners. Wedding packages have been designed to help couples make the most of the resort’s Cabo San Lucas wedding venues, with floral arrangements, entertainment, catering, makeup services and ceremonies by a judge or minister.

Located on the countries breathtaking Yucatan peninsula, TRS Coral Hotel offers newlyweds quiet beaches, innovative cuisine, amazing views and a personalised service in a sophisticated, adults-only setting. From picturesque excursions to adrenaline activities, the hotel offers a variety of entertainment and fun. Couples can create and share magical memories together by exploring caves and sinkholes, the coral reefs or by visiting nearby cities and villages flourishing with history, culture and a booming nightlife.

TRS Coral hotel is my idea of heaven – It has 469 modern suites, each with a balcony or furnished terrace, hydro-massage bath and gorgeous views. You can upgrade to the luxury swim-up suite or two-story loft suite. The hotel features modern architecture built with eco-friendly materials and is surrounded by virgin beaches and mangroves. One of the hallmarks of TRS, is its Infinite Indulgence. An all-inclusive concept evolved; 24hour in-suite service, with a butler who can assist with practically any request! From arranging oceanfront dinners, setting up bubble bath in the guests’ tub after a private yoga class or scheduling a jaunt on a catamaran.

If you’re a foodie then TRS is perfect for you. It has five exquisite a la carte restaurants. From Spanish Tapas and Pinchos, with a modern twist, plus an extensive selection of wines to an Argentinian Steakhouse or an Ibiza-inspired beachfront restaurant, preparing fresh seafood and rice dishes. TRS Coral hotel can also take a romantic dinner for two, to the next level, with the Mayan Cenote Dining Experience. Surrounded by crisp mineral waters of a magical cave under a prehistoric jungle-framed sky – a portal to the ancient Maya Gods. Together, the couple can celebrate unity with a traditional blessing ceremony by a Mayan Shaman, with music, indigenous flowers and culminates with a seven-course dinner inspired by local flavours.

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