The royal prince chose the idyllic Caribbean nation of St Lucia for a very private holiday.
Sandals Grande St Lucian is the definition of five star accommodation.
Tucked away on its very own peninsula, the beach resort offers luxury at every turn.
Prince Harry spent time there in November and Perrie Edwards has just enjoyed a loved up holiday at Sandals with England footballer Alex Oxlade.
Prince Harry stayed at Sandals Grande St Lucian beach resort in St Lucia
Fit for royalty, the stunning resort offers 24 hour room service, welcome gifts, private luxury transfers and professionally trained butlers to cater to your every need.
Guests can enjoy candle-light dinners on the beach and breakfast in bed with champagne mimosas.
For the more adventurous there are horseback riding and swimming tours, as well as off-road buggy rides through northern parts of the island.
The beach boasts the calmest Caribbean waters in St. Lucia, with panoramic views of volcanic mountains on the horizon.
Prince Harry stayed at Sandals in St Lucia which has just launched new over-the-water bungalows
There are five pools and twelve gourmet restaurants to choose from, with influences from Italy, Jamaica, India and the Orient.
New over-the-water bungalows were launched in May, which feature glass floor panels to see the turquoise waters and marine life below.
But the bungalows feature a celebrity-worthy price tag to match.
A week-long stay in an Over-the-Water Private Island Butler Honeymoon Bungalow starts at £5825 per person.
Prince Harry stayed at Sandals Grande St Lucian in November as part of a Caribbean tour
Prince Harry visited Sandals resort as part of a tour of the Caribbean on behalf of the Queen
The price includes all-inclusive accommodation, butler service, 24 hour room service, return economy flights from London Gatwick and resort transfers.
Prince Harry visited Sandals resort in November last year as part of a tour of the Caribbean on behalf of the Queen.
The fifth in line to the throne visited Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Grenada, Guyana, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines.
His visit marked the 50th anniversary of independence for Barbados and for Guyana and the 35th Anniversary of independence for Antigua and Barbuda.