Rocco Forte Hotels

Sometimes it’s so difficult to know what to get someone special for their wedding day. Wedding lists are so impersonal, so why not give them an experience they will always remember. From pampering spa treatments for two to delightful afternoon tea, these extremely spoiling gift package ideas will make every happy couple feel truly blessed.

Classic Afternoon Tea

Treat loved ones to the quintessentially English ritual of Afternoon Tea in the splendour of our hotels. They can choose from a selection of fine loose-leaf teas and enjoy beautifully hand-crafted of finger sandwiches, scones and pastries. Whether it’s at Hotel de Rome in Berlin’s grand Opera Court or at Brown’s Hotel in London (where Queen Victoria took afternoon tea), this gift will be sure to enchant. 

Dine in Style

What better way to indulge newlyweds than with a romantic dinner for two at one of our acclaimed restaurants? The Balmoral in Edinburgh’s Michelin-starred Number One showcases Scottish cuisine at its finest, including the Balmoral Estate’s own smoked salmon, while Hotel Amigo in Brussels’ award-winning Ristorante BoCConi is famed for its superlative Mediterranean cooking in the heart of Brussels.

Perfect and Pamper 

Our spa packages are the byword in luxurious pampering. In the serene surroundings of our world-class spas, the couple will be left even more radiant and glowing following one of our heavenly treatments. From Hotel de Russie in Rome’s relaxing Body Couple’s Ritual to Verdura Resort in Sicily’s balancing RF Couple’s Ritual, why not give them the gift of wellness.

Overnight Romance

For a glamourous city getaway, our overnight stay packages are wedding gifts of distinction. Staying in a luxuriously appointed room and including a delicious breakfast, the romantic packages perfectly position the happy couple in the heart of the city. Brown’s Hotel’s City Break is a stone’s throw from Mayfair’s boutiques and galleries, while Hotel Amigo’s Weekend Break treats the couple to champagne on arrival. 

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