"The lowest price deal" can turn into a low class honeymoon.
Months later when they arrived in Aruba at their hotel, they called me in a panic. Their room was small and dirty, the resort had a kid-free policy, so there were over 150 kids that week, everywhere. The couple had already been to the restaurant to eat lunch, and lunch was baloney sandwiches and potato chips...and screaming kids. Hardly the fabulous lunch buffet they were looking forward to!
She wanted out of there immediately, whatever the cost. They paid a huge penalty on this "special cheap deal" all -inclusive to leave and in addition, had to pay $2000 more to upgrade to an all-inclusive 10 miles away that the lady wanted in the first place. They called me when they got there and said the difference was night and day and well worth the money.
..Do remember, you get what you pay for. Even though all the resorts may look and sound good, there is a reason they are priced the way they are. There is a wide range in the quality of the food in the restaurants, the room furnishings and the overall atmosphere of the entire resort. Remember, if you are not using a travel professional...do your research so your honeymoon is memorable for the right reason.