Take a Walk on the Wild side: Unexpected Romantic Getaways

Looking for a romantic place to escape to? Have we got the spot for you! Why not try a cozy cave or an exotic jungle camp this Valentine?s day? Regardless of whether you are an urban power couple or a bohemian chic duo, we have found a dreamy hideaway that will provide equal parts romance and adventure.

Looking for a romantic place to escape to? Have we got the spot for you! Why not try a cozy cave or an exotic jungle camp this Valentine?s day?   Regardless of whether you are an urban power couple or a bohemian chic duo, we have found a dreamy hideaway that will provide equal parts romance and adventure.

 
 

 

 

 

 

For the Adventure Seekers: Uma by COMO in Punakha, Bhutan

This secluded hideaway is love at first site ? the view of endless green terraced rice fields in the middle of snowcapped Himalayan peaks is surreal. This serene hideaway has large soaking tubs in the room, holistic spa treatments, and views for miles. The hotel will also arrange hiking trips and visits to a nearby monastery camp. This is the spot to kick back while surrounded by heavenly beauty. 
 
 
Photos courtesy of Uma by COMO, Bhutan, W Magazine, Remotelands, SublimeTravel, TripAdvisor
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
For the Royal Couple: Taj Lake Palace and The Taj Mahal
The Taj Lake Palace hotel is set on four acres on Jag Niwas Island; suspended (yes it really looks like it is floating) in the middle of Lake Pichola, Udaipur. Originally built as a Royal Summer Palace, these grounds are as romantic as they come ? stargazing, breathtaking views, walks through elaborate gardens, and a virtual noise-free environment is what makes this spot so special. The ?order-anything-you-like? breakfast is the ideal way to start your day followed by poolside lounging or yoga. Don?t forget to experience Lake Pichola at night ? six men will row you and your loved one around the lake on a 165-year-old wooden boat. You can sip on your favorite cocktail surrounded by candles, pillows, and your personal sitar player.
 
 
 
Photos courtesy of EasyToursofIndia, LuxoIndia, TripAdvisor, LHW.com, Blog.IndianLuxuryTrains.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
For the Power Couple: The Mercer Hotel in New York City
If living like a high profile celebrity in New York City is your fantasy, The Mercer Hotel is the luxury destination you should seek. The airy, loft-style rooms and sick suites feel more like a private loft in Soho than a hotel; while the lobby feels more like a clubby living room for A-list celebrities. For  those who prefer to dine away from prying eyes, you can enjoy dishes from Jean-George's Mercer Kitchen 24 hours a day via room service. Once you?ve had your fill of living the high-life indoors, head out to the streets of Soho to spoil each other with the city?s best boutiques. 
 
 
Photos courtesy of HollywoodHousewife, Igougo, Instagram, SurfCollectiveNYC, Tripadvisor, Yatzer
 
 
 
For the Fairytale Darlings: Hezen Cave Hotel in Cappadocia, Turkey
The honeycombed hills and underground cities of Cappadocia, Turkey make you feel transported to the pages of a fairytale. The Hezen Cave Hotel is the best new escape in this ancient region. Set in the traditional village of Ortahisar and slightly removed from the center of town, you will enjoy your meals on the carved-stone terrace overlooking Ortahisar's giant rock castle and otherworldly landscape. The cozy rooms have hamam-style marble bathrooms and boho chic white painted wooden floors. Cave dwelling has never been so chic.
 
 
 
Photos courtesy of Booking.com, Tumblr.com
 
 
 
 
 
For the Nature Dwellers: Hacienda Concepcion in the Amazon Jungle
This luxury jungle lodge in the middle of a natural rainforest near the Madre de Dios River is one of Peru?s most seductive sanctuaries. This is an intimate hideaway with only eight rooms and seven cabanas that have been tucked into the natural landscape. Here you will sleep under the stars next to a natural private Cocha (lake) teeming with vibrant wildlife and tropical plants. Hacienda Concepcion is the place for a luxe escape in lush surroundings.
 
 
Photos courtesy of PeruForLess, RainbowTours, SouthAmericanAdventures, TripAdvisor