My fiancé and I really wanted to go to Paris and Greece for our honeymoon but I don’t think that will work out for us. Any ideas for a resort (we were thinking Sandals resort) or should we just wait until next year. We really wanted a getaway after our wedding to escape our family and friends lol - didn’t want to stick local (we live in Toronto). We both have our passports renewed and ready to go! Thoughts?
I would personally wait until next year to travel in my opinion. Not only is covid still around in a lot of places plus this variant, travel insurance is still not valid. You go to another country and you get sick for whatever the reason, you'll be paying for it.
we were in a similar place, Greece or an all inclusive for our honeymoon. We decided on Secrets Akumal resort down in Mayan Riveria that way we can literally just be potato after a year of stressful pandemic and wedding planning ext. We are eventually going to go to Greece next year at some point but we wanted our honeymoon to be more of "relaxing" over "adventure" As Brittany said, there is so many wonderful resorts outside of the "Sandals" name. Try looking at Azul resorts- sooo beautiful. Sandals are very pricy. Never been so don't know if they are worth the price tag.
I have never been over seas so I can't really give an opinion on them besides the fact that I also really want to go there lol. But I will mention that Sandals resorts are a bit pricier than others because of it considered a premium name. There are wonderful places all over the globe that you can go for much cheaper than using the Sandals resort. For example, Grand Sunset Princess in Mexico is absolutely gorgeous and I am getting married there next year. I have had many family members go and its reoccurring for numerous people. And it will be a few hundred dollars less.
With all this being said, I think because of the variant spreading I may hold off on booking something this year. You would be much safer booking next year so you don't lose any money.
I would do Greece/Italy about anything if you can. Make it a summer trip next year.