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Friday, November 27, 2009

Honeymoon suites in Waco, Texas

Although most people would associate Texas with a southern feel, a plantations or ranch sort of style, honeymoon suites in Waco, Texas range from modern elegance to the quaint feel of a New England bed and breakfast. Of course, if you look, you can find honeymoon suites in Waco, Texas with the cowboy era style, but these are not the only options you have.

In downtown, honeymoon suites in Waco, Texas are found at the traditional hotels. Marriott, Comfort, and Residence Inns all offer the comforts of a typical vacation. Modern amenities and clean hotel rooms are standard and some offer a honeymoon suite with views of the city as well as an in room hot tub. These are great hotels to stay in if you're not looking for a unique experience. There are many other places to consider for you honeymoon trip.

One of the more individual honeymoon suites in Waco, Texas is named the Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast. Open since 1988, this bed and breakfast is located in the heart of Waco without feeling as though you're in a big city. The individual rooms hold antiques and elegant furnishings along with the convenience of internet access and cable TV. For the newlywed couple, the Honeymoon Cottage suite has one room that can provide romance with a down home feel. Each of the rooms are tailored to a specific them and name--all are spacious and comfortable. Located near President Bush's home, the Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast is known for its Christian hospitality.

As for local attractions, the Dr. Pepper museum and the Texas Ranger museum are good places to sight see during the day. Or you could go to on the many park and bike trails, enjoy swimming, or attend a local concert. Some couples have enjoyed the Texas Sports Hall of Fame and the Cameron Park Zoo. All of these places are easy to get to and well worth the trip.

But this is not to say that this is the best of the honeymoon suites in Waco, Texas. Many more options are out there for you to find and make a part of your memory.

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