Most Over-the-Top Honeymoon Suites

Newlyweds will surely find bliss in these far-flung romantic retreats (though they might be paying back the bills for a lifetime).

Penthouse at the Stoneleigh Hotel & Spa, Dallas

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The Romance: The two-story penthouse of this meticulously restored Art Deco gem was designed in 1934 by legendary interior designer Dorothy Draper and restored to its former glory in 2008 by her protégé Carlton Varney. The 7,200-square-foot suite features a bridal suite, music room, dining room, and library, all outfitted in brilliant reds, aqua blue, black, and gold. Certain original details, like the stone fireplace, 22-foot-high plaster ceilings, inlaid wood, and 500-year-old wood panels, add to the old world ambience, while the private rooftop terrace affords stellar views of the Dallas skyline.

The Reality: The Bridal Suite, including the bedroom, bathroom, and sitting area of the penthouse, costs $1,000 on a weeknight and $1,500 on a weekend night. The entire penthouse?That’ll be $20,000.

 

 

 

Most Over-the-Top Honeymoon Suites

Penthouse at the Stoneleigh Hotel & Spa, Dallas

The Romance: The two-story penthouse of this meticulously restored Art Deco gem was designed in 1934 by legendary interior designer Dorothy Draper and restored to its former glory in 2008 by her protégé Carlton Varney. The 7,200-square-foot suite features a bridal suite, music room, dining room, and library, all outfitted in brilliant reds, aqua blue, black, and gold. Certain original details, like the stone fireplace, 22-foot-high plaster ceilings, inlaid wood, and 500-year-old wood panels, add to the old world ambience, while the private rooftop terrace affords stellar views of the Dallas skyline.

The Reality: The Bridal Suite, including the bedroom, bathroom, and sitting area of the penthouse, costs $1,000 on a weeknight and $1,500 on a weekend night. The entire penthouse?That’ll be $20,000.

 

 

 

Courtesy of The Stoneleigh Hotel
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