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    all inclusive honeymoon?

    I would also recomend the Dominican Republic for an all inclusive honeymoon. I went there for mine in 2006 and stayed at the Melia Caribe Tropical. 10 days, 9 nights, airfare and insurance cost us around $3,300. We had a fabulous time.

     
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    I stayed at the Rui in aruba it was the best hotel in Aruba! It' amazing!! Everything was great!
     
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    We're staying at the Divi in Aruba for our honeymoon. Love reading good things about it and I can't wait to go!

    The things we liked about the all-inclusive there was that it had a range of restaurants, so we wouldn't get bored with eating at the same place every night. Some of the smaller all-inclusives sound great in terms of amenities, but didn't offer as much variety as far as dining options. I worried that at the smaller places we'd end up wanting to eat off-resort more often, which counteracts the whole idea of all-inclusive!
     
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    You will find the cheapest all-inclusive honeymoons in Mexico, in my opinion. Check out CheapCaribbean.com, BookIt.com and ResortVacationsToGo.com.
     
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    My husband and I just booked a vacation at The El Dorado Royale Resort and Spa in Playa Del Carmen and thought it was very reasonable - around $3000, all inclusive for the week.
     
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    [Quote]My husband and I stayed at the Divi All Inclusive in Aruba in December and it was $3000 including our airfare for a week. The place was amazing they hav about five different resteraunts to choose from on the premises and then they have the different bars that serves pizzas and sandwixhes. I cant even count how many pizzas my husband had.[/Quote]

    twin, I have to second the Divi, although, we stayed right next door at a non-inclusive, the Bucuti. We trespassed on the Divi property, and I love the little villa feel of it, and we ate once at one of their bars, and the drinks and food were delicious. The beach it's on, Eagle Beach, is quiet and a string of privately owned by each hotel beaches. It's 3 miles south of the more populated and UN-private Palm Beach, aka Elbow To Elbow Beach to us. Many people who recommended Aruba to us recommended the Divi specifically. We stayed at the Bucuti 'cause my DH wasn't into the all-inclusive idea...thought we'd spend more, but I don't think we saved (shh, don't tell). :)
     
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    does anyone know of any all inclusive honeymoons on the cheaper side for our honeymoon next january?
    any ideas?
     
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    We are staying at an all inclusive resort, ranked the best honeymoon spot in Mexico on tripadvisor for 2007 and 2008! It's the Secrets Capri Riviera in the Mayan Riviera.

    We are doing 6 nights, 7 days. Including airfare, transfer, taxes and fees and one excursion off the resort, it is costing us $3750. Cant beat that for a beautiful resort and honeymoon!!
     
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    twinA LOL I went to Divi and my FI I ate pizza EVERY night at 1am!! It was the BEST! And yes, price wise I definitely recommend Divi Aruba All-Inclusive. The Divi is really fun, and the beach is gorgeous!
     
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    we'r e staying at the all inclusive tamirijn in aruba.. cant wait!
     
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    Judy, the Tamirijn is great, but make sure to venture over to Divi, the beach is a little better over there. But Tamirijn has an awesome Italian restaraunt called PapRazzi (no, not the same one in the states, haha). You will have a blast!! When are you going?
     
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    Also, the Asian restaurant is excellent too, that is in Tamirijn as well!
     
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    We are doing a 7 day Mediterranean cruise for little over 2,000 per person!
     
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    Hello, my daughter stayed at a RIU in Dominican Republic that my husband paid for and her husband and herself said they had a wonderful time. The price was very reasonable.
     
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    We've done both all inclusive land vacations and cruises and hands down the best value is a cruise.  January is a good month to cruise to the Caribbean and for the same money ($1500 each), you will get to see a couple of islands, eat great food, see great entertainment and relax.

    I'd stay away from any resorts in Mexico for obvious reasons...... 
     
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    Figured I may as well share this info my travel agent sent me a while back...

    Well you already know about Sandals ---they're probably considered top of the line and you're right, they're not inexpensive.
    "Beaches" are also nice but, they're more family oriented.
    Superclubs is another chain of all inclusive resorts but considered a notch or two below Sandals.
    www.superclubs.com.
    The other that comes to mind is "Couples"
    www.couples.com which are in Jamaica. Jamaica has lots of all inclusive resorts but, you're confined to the resort because some areas off property are not considered very safe. I tend to gravitate toward the *nicer* islands such as Aruba, Grand Cayman, Turks & Caicos, St Lucia, St John---etc.
    There are many all-inclusive resorts in Mexico ----Riviera Maya for instance has tons of them. Not sure if you're interested in Mexico but you can check out Barcelo which is another chain of all-inclusive resorts, many of which are in Mexico.
    http://www.barcelo.com/BarceloHotels/en-GB/home_en-US.htm.
    There's Riu resorts which are also all-inclusive:
    http://www.riu.com/.

    Aruba:On Aruba there's The Royal Club at Occidental Grand Aruba or Occidental Grand Aruba: http://www.occidentalhotels.com/occidental/ or, Divi Aruba Beach

    http://www.diviaruba.com/index.php or the RIU Palace (see link above).


    St Luciahttp://www.theromanticholiday.com/60/The_Romantic_Holiday_Home.htm


    Dominican Republic

    Casa del Campo in La Romana - http://www.casadecampo.com.do/en/index.asp

    Pu nta Cana:

    Paradisus Palma Real Resort - http://www.paradisuspalmareal.travel/
    Iberostar Grand Bavaro, Grand Hotel Paraiso, or Paraiso Maya -
    http://www.iberostar.com/EN/home.html


    Barbados --Almond Beach http://www.almondresorts.com/


    Antigua: ~ $2100 + 1500 airfare
    The Verandah Resort & Spa
    http://www.verandahresortandspa.com/
    St. James's Club & Villas http://www.stjamesclubantigua.com/
    Galley Bay Resort & Spa
    http://www.galleybayresort.com/


    Grenadines
    Palm Island Resort
    http://www.palmislandresorts.com/

    TortolaLong Bay Beach Resort & Villas http://www.longbay.com/


    Bahamas: (Paradise Island) ~$2500 w/airfare

    http://www.paradiseislandbahama.com/


    St John:

    Caneel Bay http://www.caneelbay.com/


    St Thomas:

    Bolongo Bay http://www.bolongobay.com/


    Club Med Resorts in the Caribbean (Couples) - http://www.clubmed.us/cgi-bin/clubmed55/SP/pleasuresSearch.do?page=SELECTIONS_EN_COUPLE_115US&PAYS=115&LANG=US

    Turks & Caicos Club Med 50% off second person

    Finally, I thought this link might help you. It lists many of the resorts I've mentioned here plus a boatload more! It IS overwhelming!!!

    http://www.all-inclusive-travel.com/

     
  17. You have chosen to ignore posts from Sept2010Bride. Show Sept2010Bride's posts

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    I've been to the Dominican, and it is gorgeous, and not expensive at all. I can't rememeber the name of the resort? The IFA Villas??? But I would check it out, there are so many all-inclusive options in the DR that are less expensive than Aruba, St. Lucia, T&C, etc....
     
  18. You have chosen to ignore posts from ilovebeagles. Show ilovebeagles's posts

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    dont know if you are still looking, but Mexico is having some major sales, because of the flu I am sure. Swine flu has traveled up, and no more travel advisories are in effect.

    If you are going in January, or anytime now, try looking there, awesome deals to be had!

     
  19. You have chosen to ignore posts from Sept2010Bride. Show Sept2010Bride's posts

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    Yeah, I think the swine flu hype is pretty much over. Just make sure to watch for it in the fall, when seasonal influenza starts up.
     
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