Get the royal treatment at these hotels in honor of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.
You might not have gotten an invite to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate their upcoming nuptials in style. It’s easy for commoners to feel like queens and kings—hotels across the country (and around the globe) are offering some ridiculously luxe deals to commemorate the big day. From royal honeymoon packages to a €1 million proposal experience, these would even make the Queen herself envious!
Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo
This one’s for big spenders who want to propose like royalty. The “Million Euro Proposal” experience starts with a private jet ride to Monaco from anywhere in the world. You’ll also get a couples’ massage and a luxury shopping spree with a personal shopper. When it’s proposal time, the penthouse suite will be decorate with rose petals and 1,000 candles, plus a plane will fly over the suite with a banner that says, “Will you marry me?”
Price: $1,228,740; metropole.com.
From May 17-20, guests can sign up for the Royal Wedding Weekend Getaway. A roundtrip, first-class airfare from anywhere in the U.S. to New Orleans, Louisiana is included in the package, plus three nights in the luxurious two-bedroom Presidential suite, a ladies’ hat-fitting, and a $4,000 hotel credit.
Price: $51,918; windsorcourthotel.com
With the “Royal Romance” package, guests will stay in the two-story Conrad Suite. The package includes an in-room screening of the wedding with a special menu, a private helicopter tour around Chicago, a bottle of Dom Perignon, custom chocolates, and private transportation to and from the hotel.
Price: $8,500; hilton.com.
The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman
If you find yourself staying at the Ritz-Carlton in Grand Cayman, you can watch the ceremony at the hotel’s Royal Wedding Viewing Party brunch. The brunch starts on Saturday, May 19 at 12:00 p.m. The menu consists of traditional English foods like roast and Yorkshire pudding, fish and chips, Cornish pasties, bangers and mash, and scones.
Price: available upon request, ritzcarlton.com.
The Drake, A Hilton Hotel
The Drake Hotel in Chicago, Illinois, has a variety of royal wedding-themed offerings. Guests can stay in the suite Princess Diana occupied when she visited Chicago in 1996—it’s been unchanged since her trip. Or, the hotel has two wedding weekend (May 18-20) experiences on auction for Hilton Honors members—one is the “By Royal Decree” package which includes a one-night Executive Level stay, a “Mum’s Royal Tea Experience,” and two cocktails from the “Royal Pour Menu.” The other is the “Celebrate the Royal Wedding” package, which includes everything from the Royal Decree package (except it’s a two-night stay), plus a luncheon where you’ll watch the royal wedding and a royal wedding reception in the evening.
Price: available upon request; hiltonhonors.com.
The Arch London
The five-star boutique hotel in London is offering the Royal Wedding Package through May 2018, which includes a two-night stay in a two-bedroom suite that includes an entertainment lounge and private courtyard or kitchenette. A three-course dinner at the hotel restaurant, a Champagne breakfast, afternoon tea, a tour of Windsor Castle, and a £100 Fortnum & Mason shopping voucher are included in the package.
Price: £3,900 per room (approximately $5,496); thearchlondon.com.
British Colonial Hilton Nassau
Prince Harry has stayed at this Bahamas hotel in the past, so you know it’s royal-approved. The Hilton is offering a Royal Honeymoon package for newlyweds, and some of the perks include a shark-diving adventure, on-site photo shoot, afternoon tea, and a sunset dinner on the beach. You’ll stay in the Governor General Suite for three nights and receive a bottle of champagne, chocolate-covered strawberries, and rose petal decorations upon arrival.
Price: $379 per night; hilton.com.
During weekends in May, One Aldwych is offering the Royal Wedding Celebration package. Guests will enjoy a Royal Cup cocktail (made of gin, bergamot and chamomile cordial, and elderflower) or champagne, plus the option to add on a “royal bouquet” made of peonies (Meghan’s favorite flower) and a sprig of myrtle (a traditional symbol) for an extra charge.
Price: from £345 per night (approximately $489); onealdwych.com.
Located in the Shoreditch neighborhood of London, The Curtain is offering a Royal Wedding package, which includes two tickets to a three-course wedding brunch (with a screening of the ceremony), full English breakfast, bottle of champagne and VIP amenities upon arrival, and a complimentary upgrade.
Price: 395 per night (approximately $556); thecurtain.com.
From April 27 to June 3, visitors can book the Royal Wedding package for a minimum three-night stay. You’ll get a full English breakfast, airport pick-up and drop-off, bottle of sparking of wine on arrival, walking tour of Westminster, afternoon tea, a three-course dinner, a Windsor Castle trip, and a royal wedding souvenir.
Price: £637 (approximately $889); dukeshotel.com.
Conrad New York
For anyone popping the question, consider opting for the “Propose Like a Prince” package through June 1 at this New York City hotel. It includes a two-night stay in the Conrad Suite, a private helicopter tour of Manhattan, and a private ring consultation with London Jewelers (they have a Meghan Markle-inspired engagement ring). When guests arrive at their room, they will be greeted by a bottle of Cristal champagne and rose petals.
Price: available upon request; conradhotels.com.
Conrad London St. James
The Conrad London is offering the same “Propose Like a Prince” package like in New York, but with a few differences. There’s an option for a suite upgrade, a private horse-drawn carriage ride, and a photoshoot in front of Windsor Castle (Harry and Meghan’s wedding venue). Guests will also get a bottle of champagne and rose petals in their room.
Price: available upon request; auction.hiltonhonors.com.