20 Affordable Beach Honeymoon Resorts

20 Affordable Beach Honeymoon Resorts

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01 of 20

Sheraton Maui, Kaanapali Beach, Hawaii

Courtesy of Starwood Hotels Hawaii

Curving around a white-sand cove and the fabled Black Rock cliff, this resort specializes in postcard-perfect views. Every one of the 508 serene rooms has a balcony, and most come with Pacific vistas. But the best eye candy is at the lava-rock point, where brave souls take the plunge in a sunset cliff-diving ceremony-best watched while sipping mai tais at the poolside bar below.

From $339; Sheraton Maui

02 of 20

Turtle Bay, Kahuku, Hawaii

Courtesy of Turtle Bay

Located on the wildly lush North Shore, aka the epicenter of the surfing world, this 840-acre playground has a five-mile beach and an even longer activity list (including stand-up paddle boarding and surfing lessons, natch). Just want to chill? Splurge on a lomilomi massage by the pool, or celeb watch by the beach. (Jennifer Lawrence and Courteney Cox have checked in.) P.S., all 443 rooms will debut a new look by October.

From $229; Turtle Bay

03 of 20

The Betsy, Miami Beach, Florida

Courtesy of The Betsy

A colonial-style estate tucked among the art deco towers of Ocean Drive, this white-columned hideaway is more Gone with the Wind than Miami Vice. But while the plantation shutters and canopy beds in the 61 white-on-cream rooms are totally Tara, the buzzy basement nightclub and turquoise waters just steps away are pure South Beach.

From $269; The Betsy

04 of 20

Casa Marina, Key West, Florida

Courtesy of Casa Marina

Sunsets and conch fritters are easy to find on Key West. Hotels with beaches? Not so much. This 1920s grand dame is a glorious exception, with the island's largest private stretch and an old-Hollywood feel. Think arched windows, a floating catwalk to the beach, and an elaborate pool deck where staffers serve ice pops.

From $199; Casa Marina

05 of 20

The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, Florida

Courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton

Nestled on an Atlantic barrier isle covered in tidal marshes and mossy live oaks, this oasis recently wrapped up a five-year-long face-lift. Every sumptuous inch of the 446 rooms is new, from the ocean-inspired color scheme to the furniture on your seaview balcony. Do more wave watching at the just-opened tiki bar or the beachside spa; the hammock massage is a must.

From $290; The Ritz-Carlton

06 of 20

Matachica, Ambergris Caye, Belize

Courtesy of Matachica

Looking for an urbane take on the tropics? Matachica's 26 candy-colored thatched-roof cottages are outfitted with Frette linens, mosaic tiles, and a hammock-slung patio. The lobby channels that same cool attitude with its pillow-strewn floor (they call it a lounge) and sound-track of world beats. And then there's the delish breakfast. We're obsessed with the banana-chocolate-chip pancakes!

From $195; Matachica

07 of 20

Turtle Inn, Placencia, Belize

Courtesy of Turtle Inn

This Francis Ford Coppola-owned Caribbean retreat-Reese Witherspoon honey-mooned here-takes its design cues from Asia. Cottages are decked out with Japanese baths and hand-carved Balinese wooden doors, and the spa is staffed with Thai therapists who offer the best massages this side of Bangkok. Just outside is the world's second-largest barrier reef, where you can snorkel with rays or, in the spring, dive with 60-foot whale sharks.

From $299; Turtle Inn

08 of 20

Cala Luna, Tamarindo, Costa Rica

Courtesy of Cala Luna

This 20-room retreat over-looking the Pacific is all about indulgences (private candlelit dinners at surf's edge, couples' massages on the sand or en suite, poolside sun beds and cabanas). Book a spin on the resort's 27-foot power boat and you can spend the day snorkeling and sunning on the deck before the captain drops you off for a picnic on your own private beach.

From $295; Cala Luna

09 of 20

Latitude 10, Santa Teresa, Costa Rica

Courtesy of Latitude 10

Spread over a patch of remote tropical jungle and hammock-dotted sand on Costa Rica's Pacific side, this ecofriendly resort-no trees were felled to build it-has just five almond-wood casitas with four-poster beds and unreal open-air bathrooms. (You'll shower under a tree canopy.) There's plenty to do, too, from surfing to zip lining to tidepool fishing. But no one will blame you if you just nap by the infinity pool as howler monkeys play above.

From $210; Latitude 10

10 of 20

Anse Chastanet, St. Lucia

Courtesy of Anse Chastanet

Perfect for nature lovers with a princess streak, this rustic-luxe retreat cascades down a jungly hill to a volcanic-sand beach. Decorated in vibrant island art and St. Lucian madras plaid, the 49 rooms are both upscale (teak floors, Molton Brown goodies) and earthy (natural trade winds in place of AC). A few have a wall open to the Piton Mountains-the ultimate Instagram.

From $345; Anse Chastanet

11 of 20

Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts, Aruba

Courtesy of Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts

With its azure waters and wide white sands, it's easy to see why Eagle Beach is ranked among the world's most beautiful. Bucuti & Tara's earth-toned oceanfront rooms offer instant access-and serious eco cred. Water is solar heated, and part of your room rate goes to sea-turtle conservation. BTW, you won't be sharing the pool with toddlers: The resort is adults only.

From $308; Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts

12 of 20

Cooper Island Beach Club, The British Virgin Islands

Courtesy of Cooper Island Beach Club

Ten solar-powered cottages scattered along the edge of a tiny, unspoiled isle, this barefoot resort is the perfect place to do a whole lot of nothing. But chances are you won't be able to resist sailing on the BVI's ridiculously clear blue waters and wandering the half-mile-long stretch of sand with only each other (and maybe a few goats) for company.

From $200; Cooper Island Beach Club

13 of 20

The Cove, Eleuthera, the Bahamas

Courtesy of The Cove

Book one of the 120 villas, cottages, and suites at this just-redone retreat and you might find yourself downing Bahama mamas with Lenny Kravitz, who owns the estate next door. (The isle is a paparazzi-free zone: Most guests shuttle here via private plane.) You'll forget about any celebrity guests when you see the resort's secluded pink-sand beach, best enjoyed from a cabana perched on a bit of volcanic rock right at water's edge.

From $250; The Cove

14 of 20

Jakes, Jamaica

Courtesy of Jakes Treasure Beach

Set on quiet Treasure Beach, the 50 rooms, cottages, and villas take a multiculti approach, with inspiration pulled from Morocco (jeweled wooden doors here), Mexico (colorful adobe walls there), and the Caribbean (tin roofs and vibrant textiles abound). We love the honeymoon cottages-named Octopussy 1, 2, and 3-for their rock-the-casbah style, outdoor showers, and rooftops outfitted with pillow-filled daybeds.

Rooms from $95, honeymoon suites from $350; Jakes

15 of 20

La Concha, Puerto Rico

Courtesy of La Concha

This retro-chic marvel on San Juan's Condado Beach first became famous in the 1950s for its striking seashell-shaped restaurant. Today the vibe is total 21st-century cool, attracting such high-wattage guests as Jennifer Lopez and Justin Timberlake. The 485 recently refreshed rooms feature minimalist decor, and the sexy whitewashed lobby bar-with its killer pineapple mojitos-is one of the hottest spots in town.

From $199; La Concha

16 of 20

Love Hotel, St. Martin

Courtesy of Love Hotel

The French couple who own this seven-room inn are so welcoming, you'll feel like you're staying at your best friend's house. Breakfast is a fresh baguette on the sand, sunbathing happens on a cluster of super-comfy beach beanbags (they're affectionately dubbed "fat boys"), and the terrace has to-die-for tapas and a primo wine list.

From $123; Love Hotel

17 of 20

Westin Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Courtesy of Westin Grand Cayman

With a PADI diving school and a prime spot on the sugar-soft sands of Seven Mile Beach, this 343-room megaresort is one of the island's best bargains. All about activities? You'll love the paddleboard yoga and guided runs. Want to be pampered? Sign up for a Cayman sea-salt scrub at the huge spa.

From $189; Westin Grand Cayman

18 of 20

Casa Sandra, Holbox Island, Mexico

Courtesy of Casa Sandra

Just off the Yucatan, the tiny islet of Holbox is a taste of old Mexico, with sand-paved roads, a pink flamingo here and there-and one very stylish hotel. Casa Sandra's 17 rustic-chic sea-facing rooms are swathed in Mexican art and 500-thread-count sheets. The best part? You can practically roll right out of bed and land on the palapa-dotted beach.

From $290; Casa Sandra

19 of 20

Le RГЄve Hotel, Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Courtesy of Le RГЄve Hotel

From the magical setting (it's tucked between green jungle and white sand) to the romantic vibe (every couple has a private garden or terrace; the staff will do anything for you), this 25-suite enclave is beyond honeymoon friendly. Not only is it 100 percent kid free, the staff upgrades every newlywed to the best available room. A private candlelit dinner on the beach is an absolute must-as is the pastry chef's chocolate cake.

From $238; Le RГЄve Hotel

20 of 20

Rancho Pescadero, Todos Santos, Mexico

Courtesy of Rancho Pescadero

You may see more whales and dolphins than people at this boho-fabulous 26-room resort. Unwind with a seaside yoga class, snack on fried green tomatillos in one of the beachfront cabanas, or borrow a board to surf the famous Pacific swells. But nothing beats watching gray whales go by from your elevated canopy bed; most rooms have a glass wall that opens to the sea.

From $200; Rancho Pescadero


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