Homeland Honeymoons

104 degrees in DC?
My goodness, can it possibly get any hotter?
With scorching temperatures, the only thing I can think about is a vacation to a breezy beach … maybe a second honeymoon?
You don’t need to travel miles upon miles for a fabulous romantic honeymoon.
Inside Weddings composed a list of hot getaway spots right here in the US.
From the east coast to the west coast …
a romantic honeymoon is only a short plane ride away.
And the bonus, you can leave your passport at home.

Kohala Coast, Hawaii: Mauna Kea Beach Hotel
A resort located in beautiful Hawaii, surrounded by beautiful soft white sand and crystal blue waters.
Water sports such as sailing, snorkeling, and kayaking are popular activities that Mauna Kea offers.

Santa Monica, California: Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows
A private estate turned into a luxurious hotel in 1921, Fairmont offers a sea side feel with over 30 bungalows in addition to over 270 rooms and suites.

Las Vegas, Nevada: Encore
The latest addition to The Strip, Encore is a resort that offers countless restaurants, retail shops, and over 30 spa treatment rooms.

Asheville, North Carolina: Inn on Biltmore Estate
A place to get in touch with Mother Nature.
This estate offers a quiet scenic getaway that filled with sophistication, charm, history, and beauty.

New York, New York: Trump Soho
The ultimate fashionable city experience.
The hotel offer endless amenities, another plus: New York City is right outside its doors.

Pick up the latest issue of Inside Weddings for additional pictures and details of the resorts:

We would love to hear about your homeland honeymoons to add to the list! Please send us pictures of your homeland honeymoons!

Wishing for paradise,


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