After the wedding of coarse you are looking forward to your honeymoon. There are many exciting places to choose from Mexico, the Bahamas or even somewhere in the Caribbean on an exotic island.
But why leave the safety and security of the United States. We are always hearing about horror stories of young couples visiting foreign countries.
Let me suggest Marco Island off Florida's southwest coast. Love the beach? Want a clean and safe atmosphere that invokes the tropics? Then Marco Island is a place for you it catereds to you and you will find comfort and relaxation and rekindle the spirit of romance if you come for a stay.
One of the most recommended hotels on Marco Island for a honeymoon is the Marco Island Marriott resort. You can expect to be greeted with champagne on ice and chocolate covered strawberries they also have a late checkout and a breakfast for two. You will also be presented with a dinner for two gift certificate that includes appetizers salads entrées dessert and unlimited nonalcoholic beverages for dinner.
There are rooms available with private balconies that lead directly to the beach. So if you're looking for a place to have an unforgettable honeymoon check out Marco Island and the Marriott resort you will be pleasantly surprised.
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