Pros: spectacular views and privacy, warm, friendly service, solid deal on points or cash. Cons: weak concierge staff, steep hillside location and long wait for golf cart transportation might occasionally prove a bit frustrating.
Recommendations from other backpackers work great, but you won’t get them for everywhere you want to go. To maximize your odds of having an unforgettable experience, here are a few tips for booking a stay at the perfect hostel every time.
To help you pick the honeymoon of your dreams, we’ve selected two “can’t miss” destinations on each continent, with a few extras in the Caribbean and Mexico (owing to the fact that, together with the US, these regions are the most popular honeymoon destinations for American couples).
"While some aspects certainly were a pleasant surprise, there were some big red flags during my stay, from a check-in process that stretched more than 30 minutes to security concerns."
Despite its current, thoroughly brand-swathed name, The Algonquin Hotel Times Square, Autograph Collection, is one of Gotham’s most legendary historic hotels. Pros: central location, decent nightly rates, attentive staff. Cons: Rooms need to be redecorated, expensive dining.
Staying at the Parker New York as a Hyatt Globalist was definitely better than as an SPG Platinum. Pros: great free breakfast at Norma’s, rooftop indoor pool, amazing gym. Cons: dated rooms, no coffeemaker, no A/C in winter and expensive amenities.