Most Romantic Places in the World to Propose (III)

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Most Romantic Places in the World to Propose (III)

"Yes!" It's such a powerful word that it can bring men to their knees. A word that they hope to hear when that big moment arrives. To set the stage to pop the "M" question, here are some of the most romantic places in the world to propose, which help you both relax. These destinations will get her in the mood for romance and create memories that will last forever—till death do you part…

 

5. Most Romantic Places in the World to Propose: Ka'ana Luxury Boutique Hotel—San Ignacio, Belize

When Gene Simmons of the rock band Kiss proposed to his partner, Shannon Tweed on television in Belize, it became the "it" spot for romance. Your getaway can include reserving your own waterfall and natural pool. At the edge of the pool, a jungle platform sits, with a slate floor, thatched roof and chairs and tables for dining. Another option: Hike to a luxury safari camp set at the base of a Maya Temple and dine under the stars, surrounded by majestic temples. Then join your personal guide for the ascent to the highest temple where you will enjoy 360-degree views. The Blue Hole is one of the most famous sites located along the second largest barrier reef in the world. Arrange a private charter flight to view the natural wonder from above. The circular ring shape is a perfect opportunity to pull out the REAL ring to place on her finger. (It's also the famous site filmed on ABC's The Bachelor.)

 

6. Most Romantic Places in the World to Propose: Inverlochy Castle Hotel —Torlundy, Fort William, Scotland

Scotland's Inverlochy Castle Hotel is known for its fantastic food and wine as well as for its luxury accommodations. It's in the Scottish Highlands perfectly situated amongst mountains and glens. Through the years, the hotel has attracted such luminaries as Charlie Chaplin, Sean Connery, Elton John and Anthony Hopkins, plus an array of politicians and royals from around the world. "I never saw a lovelier or more romantic spot", wrote Queen Victoria in her diary, while visiting for a week's holiday. This occurred in September 1873, one hundred years before Inverlochy was transformed from a private country house estate into a luxury 5 star hotel. The bedroom in which she stayed is now the Honeymoon Suite, with four poster bed, draped in shades of soft pink and peach, offering the most perfect and peaceful setting. It is not surprising to learn that Inverlochy was voted Romantic Hotel of 1997, and continues to be a "romantic spot", year after year.