The Kimye wedding may be over, but the honeymoon is just beginning! The power couple are now relaxing at the Castlemartyr Resort in Ireland. Good for them!
Kimye flew into Cork airport on a private jet after their lavish Parisian nuptials. The resort boasts 220 acres and could cost upwards of $70,000. They are allegedly spending the next five days there, yet a spokesperson told Mail Online they "could not comment" on if they're there.
It is believed Kanye West booked the presidential suite, featuring a large bath, walk-in closet, and sauna. There is a large bedroom and bathroom dating back to the 18th century.
"This single magnificent suite has stunning views of the 12th century castle and ornate gardens to the back of the hotel," the Castlemartyr website reads.
"It features all the lovely touches of luxury found in the Staterooms and Grand Suites. The Presidential suite is ideal for entertaining with a separate sitting room, an anteroom generous enough to host a cocktail reception and a dining room all serviced by a dedicated elevator so that meals may be delivered directly from the kitchen below."
The resort also includes a golf course, spa treatment centers, a fitness center, and castle ruins. Kimye must have wanted to follow in their parents footsteps, as Kris and Bruce Jenner honeymooned in Ireland.
"The 18th century classic manor house lies adjacent to the ruins of an 800 year old castle originally built by The Knights Templar under Richard Earl de Clare, known as Strongbow," the site continues.
"The Resort is nestled in 220 acres of mature landscape, with meandering streams, parklands and a tranquil lake that is abundant with wildlife and gardens that include a reconstruction of the historical, classical parterre beds."
After they leave they will head to Prague for West's stylist's wedding. We hope they have a nice chance to relax during his busy time of year!
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