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Where are some good places to stay on our honeymoon in California?

We never been to California before so we are looking for something romantic, popular or just nice beaches, and a lot to do for a week honeymoon. Any suggestions?

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  • ?
    Lv 7
    10 years ago
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    Well, where do you want to go? Up North or down South?

    Southern California: Offers theme parks, like Disneyland, Six Flags, and Knott's Berry Farm. Hotels on the beach, including a Hilton, Hyatt, Marriot, and Sheridan. Seal Beach and down to Dana Point are lovely in the Spring and Summer. Plenty of activities to do, like boats for rent and hiking trails, and plenty of eateries to indulge in. Good places for hotels include Anaheim on Harbor Blvd, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and Newport Coast, Long Beach, and Irvine.

    Northern California: Offers lot's of sight-seeing and beautiful, active beaches, like Santa Cruz and all the way up to Muir Beach. Carmel and Monterey offer aquariums, hiking, and great sea-side hotels and bed and breakfasts. These are great locations for relaxing. San Francisco and San Marin offer great hotels and plenty of history, with lot's of sight seeing, like China Town and Haight-Ashbury with plenty of places to eat and indulge, like Crustations and Fisherman's Wharf. A little ways down South would be Santa Cruz, which is good for the active nature-loving couple. Plenty of hikes, sea-side walks, and sporting goods to rent.

    Middle: Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo are other beach towns that are great for sight-seeing and being active, too. Also, Solvang is a great little Dutch town tucked away, and is about an hour or two away from Santa Barbara.

    Weather pending, all beaches offer snorkling and scuba-diving, the best beaches being Dana Point (Crystal Cove), Seal Beach, and Carmel.

    Trickiest Weather Months: March-May, October. Warmer down South in the Winter Months, but can still be chilly!

    One day trip to Disneyland: Probably upwards of $300-$400 for two people, including tickets and meals. It's not really that cheap to go there...

    Most crowded beach months: April-middle September, for both North and South.

    Avoid Northern California: November-February. Bad, wet weather. It's hit or miss in So.Cal.

    Good luck and have fun!

    Source(s): Cali girl my whole life, and lived up North for 3 years :)
  • ?
    Lv 4
    5 years ago

    Places To Honeymoon In California

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

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    Where are some good places to stay on our honeymoon in California?

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  • 10 years ago

    We went to San Francisco for our Honeymoon

    We went to Carmel and Yosemite Natural park

    We had a great time

    Lake Tahoe could be a lot of fun, and different from the cost

    San diego could be a lot of fun, at the same time it's by the beach

    You can stay by a beach close to LA like Santa Barbara

    You can go to Palm spring

    There are a lot of great places in CA for a honeymoon

    You can go and stay at an fancy Hotel in LA

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  • 10 years ago

    WOW....California is a huge state....but here are a few of my favorite places....

    San Diego

    San Francisco

    Monterrey/Carmel

    Big Sur

    Yosemite National Park

    Laguna Beach

    Napa Valley (lots of wineries)

    Santa Barbara

    Solvang ( Danish village in the mountains)

    Well that's a start...it really depends on what types of thing you want to do...ie: museums, history,lay on the beach...etc

  • ?
    Lv 7
    10 years ago

    Some people like the Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo, known as a honeymoon hotel.

    http://www.madonnainn.com/

  • 10 years ago

    Check with the California Tourism Bureau and request brochures. Some sites to help:

    http://www.topweddingsites.com/

    http://www.weddinglocations.com/

    http://www.industry.visitcalifornia.com/

    http://www.ca.gov/

    http://www.fresno.net/ gives northern, central and southern california areas

    http://www.mydesert.com/

    http://www.herecomestheguide.com/ top 11 beaches

    http://www.beachcalifornia.co/

    Use these sites as far as water quality, which changes frequently

    http://www.healthbay.com/ **a very useful tool

    http://www.abclocal.go.com/ ***you may have to google if you cannot get this one to come up, top ten most polluted beaches

    Be sure to check out things like this before you decide. Do a history on places you like.

  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    Santa Barbara for sure!!! Amzaing place for honeymoon)))

  • 10 years ago

    Newport Beach, San Diego, San Fransico, Anheim (Disneyland)............

  • 5 years ago

    Honeymoon Southern California

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