Honeymoon hotspots, London

Since Mr & Mrs Smith is all about romantic getaways for couples, we know a thing or two about honeymoon hotels with style and substance. Idyllic beach retreats that offer the tropical-fantasy honeymoon package, luxury safari lodges, Venetian palazzos, Californian wine estates – whatever your dream honeymoon destination, you'll find inspiration below.

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Studio King Suite 803 at Belgraves, London

Studio King Suite 803 at Belgraves, London

Belgraves hotel brings Brooklyn to Belgravia: exposed brick walls, casual-cool doormen and a sexy glass-fronted fire are just a few of the New York flourishes. The setting is pure London luxury – an elegant corner of moneyed Sloane Square – and the scene is quietly buzzy; the well-stocked bar is helmed by cocktail aficionado Nick Strangeway. Our favourite of this sophisticated city stay's 85 fabulous rooms is 803, a Studio King Suite: the knockout corner location affords sweeping views across the capital, and a bathroom with a tub right by the window lets you admire the city as you soak…

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The Cardinal Suite at Blakes Hotel, London

The Cardinal Suite at Blakes Hotel, London

The UK’s original boutique hotel (and where the real-life Mr and Mrs Smith spent the first night of their honeymoon), Blakes is a decadent, Orient-inspired oasis in the heart of South Kensington. Designed with exotic exuberance by Anouska Hempel, each room takes its interiors inspiration from a different land – a tour-by-decor of Turkey, Russia, India and more. Room 109, the Cardinal Suite, is the most shamelessly romantic: with heavy, textured fabrics, floral artwork and the kind of ornate, crimson-draped four-poster that makes you reach for the smelling salts, it’s an essay in decorative decadence.

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