Honeymoon is something any couple would really look forward to, the time you could actually be on your own and understand the essence of the relationship. So, how about making this trip a little more special by choosing an exotic destination? Let us help you with some suggestions on the most exotic places in Philadelphia that you could think about while planning your honeymoon.
- Water Works Restaurant and Lounge:
It is located along the Schuylkill River, this historic site and now gourmet restaurant offers a beautiful backdrop to your meal. Bask in the sparkling lights of the city skyline bouncing off the water while dining alfresco on the veranda and enjoy the glow from Boathouse Row. The food here is just as great as the view, with a variety of Mediterranean offerings that are the perfect choice for a romantic dinner.
- Belmont Plateau in Fairmount Park:
After a walk through the park, you can spread your picnic blanket at Belmont Plateau. At over 200 feet above river level, this lush park ground gives picnickers a stunning view of the city’s skyline, Fairmount Park, the Schuylkill River and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Take your next meal to the water and dine on this charming over 100 year old, four-masted sailing boat. Moshulu, at Penn’s Landing, has won a number of awards for their delicious food, wonderful service and superb dining experience, with partial thanks going to the ambient city skyline view from the water.
- Philadelphia Museum of Art:
Follow in Rocky’s footsteps and climb up the grand staircase to the museum. You’ll be rewarded with a breathtaking view of the city, day or night. When you get to the top, be sure to take a picture of all that’s around you: the old world architecture of the city, a straight on view of City Hall and the bustling Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
- XIX (Nineteen)
One of the city’s highest restaurants, at 19 floors up on top of the Hyatt at the Bellevue Hotel, is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner or late night. Enter the dining room and you’ll not only be impressed by the 36-foot dome rotunda, but thanks to the floor to ceiling picture windows, you’ll experience a stunning panoramic view of the city. The menu here is New American done brasserie-style, with a focus on seasonality and seafood.
One of Philadelphia’s most dramatic dining rooms, R2L features breathtaking, unobstructed panoramic views of the city from the 37th floor of Two Liberty Place. The bar is a perfect spot to enjoy a drink at sunset, which their website lists the time for every day!