Post # 1
We would like to be gone from Nov 12 or 13-Nov 18. We have passports. We would prefer an all inclusive situation. I have $4,000 to spend. We don’t care about sports or hiking. Actually, I am disabled and can’t do much active stuff. Our idea of an ideal honeymoon is a relaxing time, fantastic food, romantic nights and maybe a spa treatment or two. We would fly out of Memphis International Airport.
so who wants to help me shop?
Post # 3
how about an all inclusive beach vacation? one resort in Jamaica i was considering for honeymoon was called Sunset at the Palms. my travel agent said it was super relaxing and not too many activities going on like some of the other resorts. this was one was more about lounging and relaxing. i was tempted to take it, but i knew my Fiance would get bored. but i still thought it sounded amazing.
Post # 4
will look this one up 🙂 Thanks!
Post # 5
My fiance and I were thinking about Coco Bay in Antigua, it was really, really beautiful but decided against it because its a more quiet island and we wanted more adventure, I suggest taking a look at it though!
Post # 6
@shedayz: by the way, its in Negril – where the nicest beaches are supposed to be 🙂
Post # 7
you get the princess fantasy in magic kingdom, you get the hollywood experience in the studios, you get the adventure in animal kingdom, you get the world travel in epcot. also… there are spas, pools, the boardwalk, plenty of places to relax… especially (if you want that island getaway feel at time) if you stay at the polynesian resort. how awesome would it be to sit in a hammock and see the fireworks going off in the magic kingdom just across bay lake?
disney has GREAT food too. four star restaurants and all that jazz. and there are plenty of chances for romance. you can rent the grand one (a boat) for a fireworks cruise and you can have them prepare everything you want like chocolate covered strawberries and champaigne or a romantic meal. there is so much you can do!
and disney is very accommodating to people who have disabilities of almost any kind.
i don’t care what people say, disney is freaking AWESOME.
Post # 8
i would recommend an all-inclusive in any of the islands below:
grand cayman islands
turks and caicos
Post # 9
I am a little biased because we were just there earlier this year, but you could check out Costa Rica. November is the shoulder season there – the rainy season is dying down, but the crowds aren’t out yet, so you can get some good deals. They have some beautiful all-inclusives there.
Post # 10
All-Inclusive from what I’ve researched (not been to) – Couples Swept Away in Negril, Secrets Maroma Beach in Mexico, Sandals in Antigua (had a friend go there)…
Check out The Springs resort in Costa Rica..looks beautiful!
It’s not all-inclusive, but the lowest room price is $385 for your dates
Post # 11
Check out the Valentin Imperial Maya! We got one of their nicest rooms for 5 nights (this will include all food, beverages, & 2 spa treatments for both of us) and flight for under your budget.
Post # 12
I am partial to Barbados. Beautiful and romantic. Lots of all-inclusives to choose from at many different price points.
Post # 13
@rosworms: my children would stroke out if we went to Disney without them. It’s a vacation we plan on taking in 2012 when my yougest will be 10.
will check out the rest of the places ladies. Thanks 🙂
Post # 14
Secrets Maroma beach! It’s on one of the top 10 beaches in the world…. we just booked our honeymoon for $3,900 and got an ocean front preferred club room for 7 nights, which included a a free honeymoon package with dinner on the beach, 2 spa treatments and other little stuff. I can’t wait to go 🙂
Post # 15
Since you have a disability, I would advise speaking with a travel agent regarding your specific needs. For example, one of the resorts that someone suggested is very nice, but the accommodations are in treehouses. Also, issues such as maneuveuring through multiple airports for plane changes or being on a large property with lots of distance to cover to go to various venues (e.g., spa, restaurant, nightclub, etc.) might affect you more than most and should be taken into consideration when figuring out where to go and how to best accommodate your needs while still fulfilling your honeymoon wish list. Good luck!