The view alone is spectacular as the Southampton—considered the island’s top-rated luxury resort for nearly 40 years—sits on a bluff with a 360-degree view of the Atlantic. The hotel features modern, newly renovated guestrooms and suites, each with a private balcony.
On the other side of the world, the Fairmont Mara Safari Club in Kenya offers a different type of activity: a hot-air balloon safari departs at sunrise every morning carrying honeymooners over teeming herds of wildlife, landing hours later for an elegant champagne brunch to celebrate the exhilarating jaunt.
In Hawaii, The Fairmont Orchid on the Big Island is known for stretching out the red carpet to honeymooners. One of its most popular indulgences is the waterfall massage in which couples enjoy an island massage in an outdoor grass hut cantilevered over a series of waterfalls. The hut is built in such a way that guests can watch koi swimming below while the salty trade winds, the roar of the sea and the warmth of the sun combine to give it the ideal romantic mood.