"I Do"...Time For The Honeymoon
Tips On Honeymoon Planning

It wasn't too long ago that it was the groom's right of marital passage to solely plan the honeymoon. Today, couples are discovering a new idea that makes honeymoon planning even more successful and fun-sharing.

"More couples are finding that they both want to be involved in planning the honeymoon," said Geri Bain, travel editor for Modern Bride magazine. "It makes sense that if both are involved, the chances of a mutually enjoyable time are greatly increased. That's an important factor when it comes to planning one of the most important trips of your life."

According to Joanie Flynn, director of leisure and resort marketing for Hilton Hotels Corporation - which hosts thousands of honeymooners every year - the secret to selecting the right location is variety, spiced with romance.

"Honeymooners need to look for a destination that offers them choices. Some want to relax and bask in the sun, while others look for more adventurous activities or sports," said Flynn. "We try to accommodate everyone. In fact, to help set the right mood for newlyweds, we offer a Romance Package that includes upgraded accommodations, complimentary champagne, late check-out and even breakfast in bed."

For couples planning their honeymoon together, Los Angeles-based author and wedding consultant Leslie Aronzon, provides these tips:

For more information about romantic or relaxing trip destinations, couples should contact their travel agent or Hilton Hotels by calling 1-800-HILTONS, or by logging on to Hilton Hotels Internet Travel Center at http://www.hilton.com. (NAPSI)

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