If you don't have time, don't want hassle, or hate to waste vacation days just getting there, a domestic or Canadian honeymoon may be the right choice for you. You can still have your honeymoon on a beach or at a sunny resort — or head to a city, the mountains, or one of our nation's very own wine countries. Plus, for many Americans who still have a lot of the country left to see, you can explore a new region, along with its historic sites, sounds, and regional flavors. And while you sip California wine overlooking the surf or a rum drink at sunset in the Florida Keys or even a glass of local cider by a fireplace in British Columbia, chances are that your honeymoon will still feel worlds away from your daily routine.
From big resorts to tiny boutiques, there are a lot of different types of honeymoons to choose from. An inn or bed and breakfast is best for a homey vibe. But at a large resort, you can blend into the crowds and enjoy anonymity, which can feel a lot like privacy. Plus, there tends to be more activities, bigger facilities, and more amenities.
The "2015 Brides Best Honeymoons" top-resort lists were based on the quality of TripAdvisor reviews of properties with more than 30 reviews and a significant percentage of honeymoon reviews.