Rumour has it that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may be planning a luxury honeymoon in the Caribbean after the royal wedding set for 19th May this year. Speculation is rife as to exactly where, but these three paradise islands are thought to be the most likely destinations for the royal wedding honeymoon, and we can see why!
Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort and Private Island
Prince Harry visited Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort and Private Island during his tour of the Caribbean to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012, and it’s thought that he may be planning to return there with his new princess bride.
A beautiful haven that offers the height of luxury with a mix of British colonial charm and a touch of the Far East. Featuring tranquil Maldivian-style over-the-water suites with glass floors, lagoon-style pools, floating water hammocks and tranquility soaking tubs.
Sandals Grande St Lucian
Another Caribbean destination Prince Harry also visited in November 2016 and may return to is the equally breathtaking Sandals Grande St Lucian. Prince Harry described the stunning resort as “one that must be experienced in its entirety”.
Home to the Caribbean’s first over-the-water wedding chapel, and with spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea and Rodney Bay, it’s a paradise island perfect for the prince and his new princess.
Sandals Royal Bahamian
Perhaps the royal honeymooners will follow in the footsteps of other members of the royal family and visit Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort in the Bahamas. With its own stunning offshore island, this has been a favourite luxury destination for the rich and famous for decades. Sandals Royal Bahamian was once a private club for members of 1940’s high society, such as the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, hence the name, and later a hideaway for celebrities including The Beatles.
Guests staying in the top level suites at Sandals Royal Bahamian or Sandals Royal Barbados enjoy absolute luxury in breathtaking surroundings, complete with complimentary Rolls Royce transfers.
If the rumours are true, the royal wedding honeymooners could be jetting off to the Caribbean this May, and so could you!