Among the biggest reasons our site is at the very top of millions of others is it caters to millennials’ tendency to avoid 'cookie cutter' chain hotels in favor of uniquely romantic resorts or off the beaten path experiences.
(PRWEB) February 13, 2015
On Valentine's Day, an average of 260,000 Americans will become engaged, and tens of thousands more from around the world, soon embarking on a multi-billion dollar honeymoon spending spree; with the majority spending between $4,000 to $7,500. Many of today’s newlyweds belong to the millennial generation, a group that is more computer savvy than ever. 35% of married millennials report meeting online, and 90% of brides-to-be use the internet to plan their weddings and honeymoons. So it makes sense that the first website they turn to would be Honeymoons.com!
According to Editor-in-Chief Susan Wagner, "Among the biggest reasons our site is at the very top of millions of others is it caters to millennials’ tendency to avoid 'cookie cutter' chain hotels in favor of uniquely romantic resorts or off the beaten path experiences."
That's why the site provides information any couple needs to plan honeymoon: from “glamping” at a yurt resort in Portugal to a romantic castle in Ireland, or from a bed & breakfast in Woodstock, Vermont to a luxury all-inclusive resort in Cancun. And, since today's honeymooners increasingly look for affordable honeymoons, Honeymoons.com delivers a wide selection of value-packed, all-inclusive honeymoon offers and deals in its Affordable Honeymoons section.
In addition to seeking ideas on thousands of resorts, online consumers increasingly want their information broken down and simplified. Couples who visit honeymoons.com love to read articles like “Top Ten Most Popular Honeymoon Destinations” and “Top Ten Tips a Groom Must Know”. In addition, Honeymoons.com picks its favorite local restaurants, unique tours, and adventurous activities for each destination and hotel. Honeymoons.com takes the stress out of decision making for many of today’s young couples.
Move over, traditional wedding registries! Since fewer of today’s engaged couples desire china or silverware as a wedding gift, the site’s honeymoon registry showcases a vast array of honeymoon gifts that won’t collect dust: Gifts like an upgrade to a beachfront suite, or a romantic sunset cruise. Plus, registered couples who opt for a destination wedding can even access a "Destination Wedding Optimizer " for ease in helping friends and relatives attend their weddings.
Couples seeking “off the beaten path” honeymoon and destination wedding ideas can find dozens of intriguing blog posts in the “Romantic Travel Stories " section, ranging from one couple's 500-day honeymoon trip around the world - yes they are still married ! - to tips on planning a luxury destination wedding on Italy’s Amalfi Coast. Couples can also find advice from a highly experienced honeymoon travel agent that will help them collaborate on and budget for the romantic destination of their dreams.
Visit Honeymoons.com to view exciting destinations, unique experiences and some of the most romantic resorts available anywhere in the world.
For more information on the ways Honeymoons.com can help the newly-engaged, as well as the resorts and destinations that want to reach out to this unique market, contact Christine Niewenhous at Christine@Honeymoons.com