Study Highlights Latest Honeymoon Travel Trends
Patrick Clarke - Travel Pulse
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April 29, 2016



Honeymooners are traveling to more destinations in a shorter period of time than ever before, according to a recent study conducted by Starwood's Westin Hotels & Resorts in partnership with StudyLogic.

The survey of more than 4,000 non-single travelers from the U.S., Canada and Mexico revealed that newlywed couples are going about their honeymoons much differently than they did even just five years ago.

"Statistically, people are getting married later in life and, more often, have the flexibility to travel as a couple before the 'big day;' so what couples are looking for in a honeymoon has changed dramatically — from travel dates and ideal destinations to their desire to keep their wellness routine intact," said Westin's vice president of brand management Bob Jacobs in a statement.

You can view the study's findings via the infographic below courtesy of Business Wire.



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