06 May 2010

article: hot honeymoon hotels: steals and splurges for brides-to-be

For brides and grooms-to-be, love in the time of recession often means sacrificing the dream wedding extras (i.e., a band AND a DJ, classic car to and from the church, maybe the chocolate fountain) but not necessarily sacrificing the dream wedding itself. After all, you only get married once. Hmmm...ok, maybe you only have the big wedding once. (If you aren't Donald Trump, that is.)

But love in the time of recession also means putting a cap on the honeymoon budget. While everyone fantasizes about seven days in an overwater bungalow in Tahiti, the reality is that not everyone has 15 grand to spend on the honeymoon. But with proper planning and a little compromise, smart couples can still have the honeymoon of their dreams.

HotelChatter has picked five of our favorite Honeymoon Hotel Steals for folks on a budget but who don't want to sacrifice style and comfort. We've also picked out our favorite Honeymoon Hotel Splurges because well, if you elope on the cheap in Vegas, you'll have more money to spend on the honeymoon.

Check out our Steals and Splurges for Brides-to-Be here.

Photo coutresy of Casa de Sierra Nevada in San Miguel Allende, Mexico

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