Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) September 17, 2013
BlissHoneymoons, the leader in romance travel, is offering a unique service to couples who have elected to book their honeymoon with an online agency such as Expedia or Travelocity. “Every day we hear from brides who booked their honeymoon online, only to realize that they had missed some important element that nearly ruined their trip,” said Laura Frazier, founder of http://www.BlissHoneymoons.com.
“Sometimes it’s something as simple as a transfer, while other times it’s something much more serious, such as a construction project going on at the resort. We know that many online travel site users overlook things that can really make a big difference in the quality of their trip. So we decided to offer a free itinerary review to help make sure these couples have the best experience possible, and avoid common booking mistakes.”
While some experienced travelers may be aware of the pitfalls of booking online and know what kind of errors to avoid, less experienced travelers may not. Quite often these DIY brides and grooms get so caught up in reading online reviews or looking for the best price possible that they miss a key component of their travel package.
Over the years, the staff at Bliss Honeymoons has seen a variety of issues with bookings couples have made online. “We’ve heard from destination wedding guests who thought they had booked their air to San Jose Del Cabo, (SJD); find themselves in San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU) instead,” Frazier said. “We recently heard from a traveler via our Facebook page who booked their anniversary trip through one of the big online agencies, only to arrive and find the hotel was completely boarded up."
At Bliss Honeymoons, we know that many travelers believe the misconception that using a travel agent costs more than booking online. Not only are our travel package prices the same or better than what travelers find online, but we’re often able to offer our clients advice or amenities that enhance their travel experience and offer them the best value for their travel investment.
Due to their already busy schedule and the overwhelming demand for this service, Bliss Honeymoons is reviewing a limited number of DIY itineraries per week. Travelers must have a confirmed booking they made via an online agency to use the service. “At Bliss Honeymoons we really do believe that everyone deserves a great honeymoon, no matter how they chose to book it,” said Frazier. “If we can help someone avoid a stressful situation while showcasing the difference the services of a travel professional can make, it’s a win-win for everyone.”
Travelers wishing to take advantage of this service can visit http://www.blisshoneymoons.com/resources/do-it-yourself-itinerary-review to learn more.
Bliss Honeymoons is an award-winning travel agency headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, serving travelers nationwide.