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Hyatt, Marriott Resort & Stellaris, Holiday Inn, or Hilton

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Hyatt, Marriott Resort & Stellaris, Holiday Inn, or Hilton

I am looking to book the perfect resort for our Honeymoon in Oct. We are looking for a resort with a nice pool area, bar in pool area, view from room (big/small patio), close to restaurants or good ones on site, casino, close to night life. I have came down to the 4 The Hyatt, Marriott resort stellaris, Holiday Inn, and Hilton. I would love the recommendations from you all! Thanks

New Jersey
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1. Re: Hyatt, Marriott Resort & Stellaris, Holiday Inn, or Hilton

Though I do stay times at the Holiday Inn, I would not choose there for a honeymoon unless on a budget. The Marriott Stellaris is a nice resort but the Hilton and Hyatt are more centrally located for restaurants and nightlife.

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2. Re: Hyatt, Marriott Resort & Stellaris, Holiday Inn, or Hilton

Thank you, looks like you travel there alot, what are you recommendations once we are to the island anything that stands out? Fun Restaurants, night life, Fishing(future hubby loves to fish), etc. Also we are not wanting to spend a arm and leg but want the best bang for your buck kinda vaca!!!

Ontario, Canada
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3. Re: Hyatt, Marriott Resort & Stellaris, Holiday Inn, or Hilton

Check the T/A reviews on things to do and restaurants.

I agree with Liz's comments on Hotels. Depends on your budget for the most part. Location, if you don't want the 15 minute walk.

Hull, Massachusetts
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4. Re: Hyatt, Marriott Resort & Stellaris, Holiday Inn, or Hilton

I agree with the location of the Hilton and Hyatt and would add that the Hilton will offer more in the way of balconies. Hyatt has limited balconies. We stayed at the then Radisson for our 25th and loved it. Right in the middle of everything and that started our first night tradition at the Bugaloe which is located out on the pier behind the Hilton. When they have bands, this is such a fun place for drinks and sunset.

Boston...
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5. Re: Hyatt, Marriott Resort & Stellaris, Holiday Inn, or Hilton

I have stayed at all but the Marriott of your choices. I too would rule out the HI for your honeymoon unless it was a budget choice as well. If you care about a full balcony, and it appears you do, you would need to reserve a room at the Hyatt that has one, most have a step out french balcony. The Hyatt would be my first choice if I reserved a room with a full balcony. IF the Hilton was done with all of their renovations that would be my second choice if the Hyatt was not possible but they wont be done with renos until at some point in October. The Marriott is a nice property but more out of the way, which I actually like- some would not enjoy the walk to the main area. If money is not an object and you wont mind the 15 minute walk or $6 cab to the action area, I would look at the Ritz as well for the special occasion. The onsite restaurants are amazing but somewhat expensive.

I don't think you can really go wrong with any of your choices it just depends on exactly what you want. Good luck and congrats.

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We stay at the Marriott stellaris the last 5 years and get an ocean view room overlooking the adult pool so it's quieter then the main pool. Would recommend depending our budget. There are a number of restaurants not far such as Reddish for seafood, sole mare for Italian, lindas pancakes for breakfast. We rent a car and Google maps is pretty accurate in terms of directions.

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