This U.S. Virgin Island resort has been a favorite for romantic getaways for generations. Its iconic building, sweeping Caribbean views, and gentle winds draw couples from all over the world. The old Sugar Mill on the hilltop overlooking the resort and the Caribbean Sea creates a special ambiance for an intimate private dinner.
The Omni Homestead Resort in the countryside of Virginia has been drawing guests for special getaways for centuries. Built in 1766, this elegant iconic resort on 2,000 acres hosted 23 U.S. presidents and the who’s who of society who flocked to the resort and area for its infamous hot springs.
Fans of the movie Wedding Crashers already know the gorgeous views of this luxury hotel featured in the film. The most romantic spot at this historic hotel is the gazebo on The Pointe, which overlooks a lovely vast expanse of water that is generally filled with boaters enjoying the Chesapeake Bay. The gazebo on The Pointe offers spectacular views of sunrise and sunset, as well as romantic moonlit evenings.