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The most romantic hotels to celebrate Valentine’s Day

On the eve of Valentine’s Day, we want to talk about the most romantic hotels in the world.

1. The Place Luxury Boutique Villas Hotel in Thailand on Tau Island.
The complex of luxury villas is scattered on the hills near the beach. Each villa has its own pool, terrace, spacious bath under a glass roof. All this, combined with the stunning nature, which is specially guarded in its original form, makes the vacation unforgettable, and the place is truly romantic.

2. Akademie Street Boutique Hotel and Guesthouse in Franschhoek, South Africa.

Hotel guests note not only the extremely romantic atmosphere reigning in it, but also distinguish it in fifth place in the ranking of the best mini-hotels in the world. The hotel consists of five houses for six families. She lurks in a green garden in the town of Franschhoek – the “French corner”, founded by the Huguenots in the late XVII century.

The town in which the hotel is located is famous for its many gourmet restaurants.

3. Anastasis Apartments Hotel on Santorini Island in Greece
The hotel has many attributes of true romance: from a swimming pool on a steep cliff resting against the seashore, and an outdoor massage parlor to a library and first-class cooks who prepare dishes not only of national, but also European and even oriental cuisine. Around – endless rows of snow-white houses, ancient churches and the active volcano Santorin towering towering above the water surface.

Breakfast is served on the balconies of the rooms (all with views of the Aegean Sea), sultry daytime hours are offered in the elegant living room with a glass of ice champagne, and in the evenings the hotel is decorated with candles and lanterns.

4. Hotel Aia Mattonata Relais in the town of Siena, Italy.
The hotel is a restored farmhouse in the heart of magnificent Tuscany. The lack of luxury is offset by the charm of the village flavor. An old well, a bakery, a fireplace, a stable, amazing landscapes with vineyards and cypress alleys – all this creates a unique romantic atmosphere.

5. Baros Maldives Hotel on Baros, North Male Atoll, Maldives
In this hotel, which occupies a tropical island, guests feel truly cut off from the outside world. Previously, the island was uninhabited and only in the second half of the twentieth century, one of the Maldivian families rented it for the construction of the hotel. Now there are 45 villas on the island and 30 on the island. All of them are built of wood and sandstone, have their own access to the lagoon and a bedroom with a huge bed.

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