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The Great Day requires an equally Great Night to follow. Golden taps, rose petals, a grand shower, a bed to relax in... These three addresses are ideally suited for lovebirds. A romantic thought to look forward to as soon as we enter the 'new' world. Text: Floris Kappelle
Online editing: Mical Joseph

Sofitel Luxembourg Le Grand Ducal | Luxembourg

Olala… French flair in Luxembourg? The prestigious Le Grand Ducal towers mightily above the picturesque valleys of Alzette and Pétrusse. Enjoy the grand view of the historic district of UNESCO allure to the fullest. With its glass structure and striking curves, this five-star landmark immediately stands out among the historic buildings. We take the elevator and... from the eighth floor it is good to look around from the restaurant and bar for the better night work. Chic yet cozy. The friendly atmosphere and the fine cocktails quickly take us to a higher atmosphere. Design and art, that's what counts here. Both the elegant French interior and the excellent service contribute to a total experience with a great vibe. A quick visit to the Bubbles champagne bar and then quickly to our Prestige Suite, the epitome of, once again, French sophistication.

Manoir de Lébioles | Spa, Belgium

In the woods near Spa we stop at a stately country house. The palatial five-star hotel Manoir de Lébioles is located here. The ideal place to get off with your loved one and have a good time. Everything here exudes opulence and top-notch service. And when you're just married, you feel like it. Fresh couples therefore always book the Suite Imperiale to spend their wedding night. This generously sized suite has a long list of luxurious extras, always a pleasant surprise. The beautiful bathroom leaves nothing to be desired. There will soon be a lot of splashing here. The well-stocked amenity set provides additional comfort. Meanwhile, the super-sized king bed awaits things to come. It goes without saying that this location is perfect for celebrating the entire wedding.

Estate Huis De Voorst | Eefde, Netherlands

In the middle of a nature reserve east of Zutphen we stop at Huis De Voorst Estate. Through the gilded gate with its old access bridge, the picture unfolds before our greedy eyes. The historic seventeenth-century country estate rises in all its glory amid lovely English landscape gardens. Amid the lush shade, we discover lazy lounge areas on either side of the main house. Who wouldn't want to get married here? Without a doubt, De Voorst offers the right setting for the most beautiful day of your life. You can complete the complete program here in complete privacy: the ceremony, a romantic boat trip on the Berkel river, an extensive dinner, reception and a chance to dance in one of the attractive rooms. And then of course, y'all, into the bridal suite. First a bath with champagne and rose petals. The next day, a delicious breakfast is ready and you will imagine yourself in a fairy tale with an open ending.

Conservatory Hotel | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

One of the most beautiful suites in the Netherlands to spend your wedding night is without a doubt the Penthouse Suite in the Conservatorium Hotel. That will easily cost you around four thousand euros per night. But then you will reside in a residence of 170 square meters with a view of the Rijksmuseum. All around, ceiling-high windows offer a view of the neo-Gothic facade and a beautiful part of Mokum. We admire the sleek yet homely style of the living room, dining room, bedroom, bathroom, workplace and pantry. Absolutely everything has been thought of, even special events. The super-large 80-inch screen transforms the dining room into a private cinema or entertainment room. The state-of-the-art systems offer every chance of a crazy evening. In the spacious bathroom: an oval bathtub, rain shower, luxurious design amenities, TV mirror and luxurious bath linen made of soft micro cotton. The location at the top of the atrium with two private entrances also typifies the architectural masterpiece created by the Italian interior designer Piero Lissoni of the Conservatory.

Le Plaza | Brussels, Belgium

Newly married and looking for some space? High time for the rather large Presidential Suite in the Le Plaza hotel. In any case, one of the largest suites in the Benelux. With a surface area of ​​340 square meters, this is certainly not an exaggeration. What do you get for that, young turtledoves? A cozy lounge, a dining room, office, kitchen, two ambassador's rooms and two dressing rooms that offer enough space for the contents of a duo of trunks. The spacious bathroom actually has a jacuzzi. So enjoy taking a bath together. To further fuel romantic desires, people have been lavishing with warm shades of red and gold. The mix of materials such as marble, silk and velvet enhances the much-needed opulent feeling. This gives the most beautiful day of your life extra shine. Le Plaza was built around 1930 in Art Deco style with a nod to the Parisian hotel Georges V. This promises authentic elegance laced with contemporary luxury.

Château St Gerlach | Valkenburg, Netherlands

Fairytale chateau from the collection of catering tycoon Camille Oostwegel. Here in the hills of the friendly South Limburg landscape you are in the right place in this historic estate that has been converted into a hotel. You will not easily find a more idyllic location for The Big Day in this region. Those wishing to get married can choose from various bridal suites for their wedding night. Looking for true romance? Then book the Tower Suite with classic furnishings in the former leasehold. Naturally equipped with every luxury. And the view? From the tower window you look out over the fragrant rose garden. Château St Gerlach is without a doubt a dream location for a wedding. Especially if you come with your own helicopter. It can simply land here in the front garden. After the wedding night we will have a chance to splash around in the spa with Roman swimming pool. You can also get married here in the St. Gerlachus Church and enjoy an excellent meal in the Château St Gerlach restaurant, where French cuisine flourishes. Limburg at its best.

Le Château des Thermes | Chaudfontaine, Belgium

This beautiful hotel lies in the middle of a large park on the Vesder River: Le Château des Thermes. A stylish stopping place known for its wellness. And that is not surprising, because the spa town of Chaudfontaine is nearby. In these regions they adhere to the old adage 'a healthy mind in a healthy body'. And you will immediately notice this in this thermal complex with spring water of 34°C. Unique in Belgium and ideal to relax after a hectic wedding day. We went first and fully enjoyed the thermal open-air pool, indoor pool, jacuzzi, sauna, hammam, caldarium, salt, ice and infrared cabins. And don't forget: the Zen garden. Everything equally pleasant and purifying. Reborn, we then went to the Suite de Liège: the majestic dormitory for demanding lovebirds. With king-size master bed, large lounge, multi-person bath, grand shower, grand terrace and yes: a panoramic view of the chateau. Excellent luxury and a night you will never forget.

Château d'Urspelt | Luxembourg

Typical place where you would want to get married… and spend the night: the elegant castle of Urspelt, just east of Clervaux in the Luxembourg Our nature park. With a history that goes back centuries, this national monument dates from 1860. After thorough restoration, it is a nice place to get married. Urspelt Castle enjoys the reputation of being the ideal hotel for your wedding day. And indeed, it really has everything you could want for such a day: an enchanting setting that guarantees pure romance. Whether you opt for an intimate ceremony or a large-scale event: the employees of Château d'Urspelt know exactly what the success factors are for a successful wedding day. Including stylish reception, dinner and gala party. The wedding night will be spent in the Grand Ducal Suite, a palatial oasis of 100 square meters with separate access and total privacy. A round of wellness in the private spa in the morning… and who wants to go on a honeymoon?

InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Which hotel is more beautiful for an Amsterdammer than the Amstel? And above all: spend your wedding night there in the country's most iconic hotel. We will choose from two suites. The Royal Suite has no less than 116 square meters. Classically decorated in French style. We wander happily through the elegant sitting room with comfortable furniture, the dining room with seating for eight, the bedroom with four-poster bed and dressing room. Gilded taps shine towards us in the royal bathroom. Naturally, the bulletproof windows overlook the Amstel. Opulence at its best everywhere... Yet we opted for the Champagne Suite by Dom Pérignon. The famous champagne house guarantees an ultimate suite experience in collaboration with the Rijksmuseum, Fendi Furniture and changing designers such as Piet Hein Eek and Erwin Olaf. The 102 square meter suite has a charming entrance, spacious study, particularly beautiful bedroom, two bathrooms with again gold-plated taps, and a spacious sitting room with dining table for six. The suite is truly beautiful in subdued champagne and black tones. Time for a bottle of Dom Pérignon. We call room service…

Hotel Dukes' Palace | Bruges, Belgium

Looking for the grandeur of Flanders? Then move into this former palace from the 15th century, where you will be treated like royalty. But that is also allowed in this five-star hotel with sublime service. Dukes' Palace is known as an excellent address if you want everything to be in order. Naturally, wedding guests take up residence in the Royal Suite 'Mary of Burgundy'. This lavishly furnished top suite is located in the castle section and overlooks the spacious garden. We celebrate our wedding night in historic style with chandeliers, high ceilings and a cozy fireplace. You can immediately see that no expense has been spared here on modern luxury. We note: marble bathrooms, high-quality materials, beautiful frescoes, top quality cotton sheets. And after a restless night we conclude with a visit to the spa with sauna, steam bath and a salt wall with 10.000-year-old stones from the Himalayas. Who doesn't want that?