Post # 1
Hello, Hive! FI and I are just starting to get into the nitty gritty of our wedding planning (mostly signing contracts with vendors currently) and have begun thinking about our honeymoon.
We are wanting to go to an all-inclusive resort, preferrably with lots of activities (scuba/snorkeling, swimming with turtles/dolphins, jet skiing, swimming, catamarans, etc.) FI is also pretty picky about food (he’s a boring eater, not adventurous at all, so preferrably there would be a lot of food options. I thought you bees could really help us out!
Whether it was your honeymoon or not, let me know about trips you’ve been on, what activities you were able to do/were available to you, what the food was like & why you’d definitely want to go back!
Post # 2
We are getting married at Moon Palace in the Mayan Riviera. Haven’t been there yet but the reviews are amazing and they have a lot of things going on. Food is supposed to be good too.
Post # 3
We went to Couples Sans Souci and are returning there for our honeymoon next year with a week there and a week at their sister resort, Couples Tower Isle. We loved it there because there was tons to do on the resort with lots of water sports being included for free, the food was amazing, and it wasn’t overcrowded.
The main beach is in a cove and can only be accessed by guests at the resort which has like a 300 person maximum. So we would wake up at 8am every morning, go to the main restaraunt for breakfast out on the patio that overlooked the ocean, and then meander down to the beach to find a seat around 9 or so. It was honestly one of the best vacations I’ve ever been on and I can’t wait to go back.
Post # 4
My new husband & I just got back yesterday from the Sugar Bay Resort & Spa in St. Thomas. We did the all inclusive & absolutely loved it. The place is stunning, first of all. The food was amazing! There was ALWAYS something open to get food from. Breakfast was a full buffet every single day…eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, french toast, cereal, bagels, muffins, fruit, yogurt, granola, english muffins, & an omelet station. For lunch you had a couple choices…There was a place by the pool that had salad bar, burgers, wraps, & other sandwiches & soup. Then there’s a place called Noodles. At Noodles you choose a sauce, a meat, a type of noodle, and vegetables and they make it up for you…like a stir fry I guess. For dinner, they have a sushi restaurant, a buffet, or a menu to order from…With pastas, prime rib, Chinese food etc…then they have what they call ‘bar bites’ where you can get home made pizza that is extraordinary, wrap sandwiches, & salads. Every single thing we ate was so good. The resort is gorgeous. They offer a lot of ‘extras’ to do, also that you have to pay for though, like swimming with the dolphins, shark encounters, zip line tours, boat chartering, parasailing, & much more. There’s a beach, free snorkeling, free kayaking, & free paddle boating. You have to go online & look at the pictures. And it really is as beautiful as the pictures show.