William and Kate jetted off to the Seychelles and were rumoured to be staying in Villa 11 at the luxurious private eco-retreat of North Island, where the nightly room rate is around £3,100 per person per night.
On a budget: you could stay instead on the gorgeous private island of Desroches where Kate and William previously took a secretive holiday. A fabulous beach suite at Desroches costs £500 per person per night - including all your meals and drinks.
On a budget: what’s great about the Maldives is that wherever you stay you’ll experience the same glorious weather, the same blue skies and turquoise lagoons. The five-star Kurumba Village Maldives Resort is just 10 minutes by speedboat from Male airport. It may not be as luxurious or remote as the One&Only but at £240 a night for two - with breakfast thrown in - it’s a darn sight cheaper.
On a budget: you can stay at Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa for a fraction of the price. It has a special deal until the end of December on a standard room which costs just £240 including breakfast.
Orlando and Miranda headed to the tiny and very chic Caribbean island of Anguilla and checked into a beachfront villa with personal butler, private pool, cabana and spa at the Viceroy Anguilla. It costs from US$16,000 per night.
On a budget: you can stay in a standard room at the Viceroy Anguilla for a fraction of the cost - just £250 a night for two. Or splash out on the dinner, bed and breakfast package, which includes soft drinks and service, for a total of £445 a night.
Hilary and Mike headed by private jet to the honeymoon idyll of Los Cabos, Mexico, booking a private residence at the ultra-exclusive El Dorado Golf and Beach Club, costing thousands of dollars per night.
On a budget: stay at the nearby Capella Pedregal which is a fabulous five-star hotel on a secluded stretch of beach within easy walking distance of Los Cabos. Rooms for two cost £475 a night.
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