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Learning About Hotels and Lodging

Hello, my name is Genevieve Truman. Welcome to my website about hotels and lodging. When I was a child, my family and I would travel across the world to learn about new cultures and develop lasting friendships. During these travels, I learned about the hotel and lodging industry through an inside perspective. I decided to create this site to share my passion for hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, hostels and many other lodging options available today. I invite you to come back to my site every day to learn all you can about the amazing lodging options available throughout the world. Thank you for coming by.

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Having A Destination Wedding? A Guide To The Pros And Cons Of Lodging Options

The travel and lodging for your destination wedding are important parts of ensuring that both you and your guests thoroughly enjoy your big day. But there is no "one size fits all" solution for everyone. To help you find the right travel and lodging choices, here's a quick guide to the options.

Resort Hotel

The most obvious choice for most destination weddings is a large resort hotel. And this is a great option for providing lodging for the most amount of people and offering many different entertainment choices. Resorts also often provide wedding venues and packages that could save you money in the long run.

What's the down side? If some of your guests are on a budget, the resort costs and fees could deter some from attending your wedding. Finding a large hotel that fits the style and personality of all your guests could also be difficult. 

Bed and Breakfast

For a more intimate wedding party, a smaller venue such as a bed and breakfast or small inn may be a better choice. With fewer guests and a more personal touch, bed and breakfasts are likely a more romantic setting. Owners are often happy to share in the wedding festivities and support your plans personally. Guests will also be able to interact more with each other and with the wedding party.

However, the smaller hotels or inns also offer fewer amenities and may have a less desirable location for local attractions. You may need to arrange group outings since there are fewer built-in tours and activities. Before deciding, talk with the owners directly about what you want from your wedding weekend. 

Rented Home

If you prefer a more casual choice, renting one or more large vacation houses for the week or weekend could be perfect. Rented houses are usually stocked with supplies so that guests can make their own meals and create their own entertainment. And you can tailor your search to focus on the amenities that are important to you.

Be aware, though, that the house may be farther off the beaten track than you would like. Getting to tourist areas or finding transportation to and from the venues can be a challenge. And you won't have built-in assistance making plans like you would in traditional hotels or inns.

By considering all your options when choosing lodging for you and your guests, you can help ensure that everyone has the time of their lives. Contact different options, like Fin and Feather Cabins, for help.