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Hot Hotels: Unforgettable Getaways, The Valentine's Edit

Valentines Day is right around the corner, why not opt for something a bit more adventurous than flowers and a teddy bear holding an ‘I love you’ sign?

An escape less ordinary with a late checkout. Take a look at our top picks of the most unforgettable hotels for a truly romantic experience. Or beat the crowds and go the weekend before.

Il Palazzattoo Hotel & Winery Matera, Italy

In the ancient, hilly town of Matera in Sassi, Italy, lays a boutique cave hotel of wonders; the Il Palazzotto. Carved out of the Matera caves and dimly lit by candlelight, there are only five private suites in the whole property – so exclusive, it’s perfect for those searching for a unique and magical experience. Bonus points for the free-standing bathtubs big enough for two and the naturally-made marble speaker for all your escapism needs.

The Conrad, Maldives

The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island has opened the world’s first-ever underwater hotel residence just last year. Featuring a two-story villa set deeper than 16 feet below the Indian Ocean for blissful seclusion from the rest of the world. The underwater bedroom offers unparalleled views of the ocean, so feel free to indulge in your mermaid fantasies (or is that just me?). The hotel also offers above-water floating villas with an underwater five-star restaurant if you’re not quite ready to sleep with the fishes.

Aynhoe Park Hotel, UK

Not just another private country house, Aynhoe Park has garnered worldwide attention for its beautiful and fun-filled décor including ethically-sourced taxidermy and outstanding attention to detail. This wonderland looks like something out of a Tim Walker photo-set; a living museum of art and curiosities, acquired by Aynhoe’s owner, James Perkins, over the course of his travels. Available to book for a weekend, guests will have their own butler service as well as choice of classic cars to drive around the country-side.

St James Chateau Hotel, Paris

If you’re going to be a walking cliché and head to Paris for V-day, you may as well do it properly. The only listed chateau in Paris (they’re surprisingly hard to find), this boutique hotel houses a beautiful Napoleon III residence, refurbished with décor by Bambi Sloan. Built in the nineteenth century on the park of the first aerodrome of Paris, the Saint James Paris is a haven of peace in the heart of the most beautiful Parisian neighbourhoods. There’s also a Guerlain spa to really unwind with a choice of heavenly treatments on offer for you and your partner.

Peruvian Amazon, Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica

For something a bit off-piste, head to Peru where the Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica waits. An eco-luxury lodge in front of Madre de Dios River, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica has 35 wooden cabanas inspired in the Ese’Eja culture deep in the rainforest. Not only is this hidden tree-house a great find for the adventurer in you, they also offer a varied selection of à-la-carte excursions, including a visit to the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway, a bridge system at 30 meters above the ground, allowing adventurers to enjoy a privileged view of the Amazon.

Como The Halkin, London

Sweet tooth? Sweet thoughts? It can only lead you to a very sweet affair. Relax in the comfort of a Rolls Royce on your private tour across Belgravia’s sweet spots with Sweet Tooth Tours. Sample the delights of master chocolatier, Pierre Hermé, through a blind chocolate tasting, followed by a personalised macaron and tea pairing. Step back into the Rolls Royce and move on to learn the trade of ice cream making at family owned gelateria, Olivogelo, before finishing at R Chocolate, creating some of London’s most luxurious hot chocolates. Finish your day back at the hotel as you master the fine art and skill of dessert making in a private session with Ruben Briones, Head Chef at Ametsa by Arzak Instruction.. You’ll end up whispering sweet nothings.

 

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