Golden Palm Tree Sea Villas: Malaysia
Going for just $155 per night per room for two people, these heavenly rooms stretch from the Sepang coastline almost a kilometer into the sheltered waters of the Straits of Malacca with 392 luxurious sea villas. The villas are eco-friendly and are equipped with breathtaking scenery and colorful sunsets that can’t be beat. Each villa is raised on stilts and includes tall wooden paneled glass doors which open up to a private deck.
Gangehi Island Resort: Maldives
This slice of paradise reopened in 2008 after a total renovation. For just $180 per night, you and your new spouse can enjoy being newlyweds with exquisite views of the sea and direct access to the beach. There are even three garden villas that have garden views and a family room.
Coral Lodge: San Blas Islands, Panama
As one of the cheapest overwater bungalow resorts in the southern Caribbean, this resort is perfect for adventurous newlyweds. Being that it’s an eco-resort, there is limited electricity, no TV and no internet available. I don’t know about you, but I think being unplugged from reality for that long would be fantastic. There are also diving and snorkeling activities and tours. What more could you ask for?
Club Bali Hai: Moorea
Moorea, located near Tahiti deep within Cook’s Bay, goes for about $248 per night. Rather than jutting out into the water, these villas are located right off the shore, giving guests the option to hang out on the beach and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Raiatea Hawaiki Nui Hotel: South Pacific
Admire the deep blue waters located on Raiatea Island for $252 a night with your new spouse. Beware – although the price is great, there is no air conditioning, so you would have to tough it out if you go during the hottest months.
Which one would you like to travel to the most? I honestly don’t think I could pick just one. Share your thoughts with us!