If looking for beauty and excitement, couples should consider going to Niagara Falls on their honeymoon. On the American side of the falls, less than an hour from Batavia, visitors will find a romantic getaway where you they appreciate the power and beauty of the Niagara Falls. They can also stay in the Seneca Niagara Casino and Hotel, just blocks away from the Niagara Falls, and enjoy luxurious accommodations that make their honeymoon all the more memorable.
Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel
310 Fourth Street
Niagara Falls, NY 4303
Letchworth State Park
Lovebirds can journey to "the Grand Canyon of the East" on their honeymoon if they want to experience the tranquility of nature. The Glen Iris Inn overlooks the Middle Falls on the Genesee River in the heart of Letchworth State Park. Visitors enjoy hiking beautiful trails of the park, soaking in the magnificent vistas of the gorge and digging into the culture of the area. After hiking, couples can come back to the inn and savor the delicacies offered in the inn's restaurant. Located less than an hour by car from Batavia, Letchworth State Park offers honeymooning couples beauty, privacy and quality service.
Letchworth State Park
Castile, New York 14427
City Honeymoon Getaway
Newlyweds can take a trip into the city of Rochester for their honeymoon if they want a change from the country environment. Only a bit over half an hour from Batavia, Rochester offers hotels with special packages, such as the Hyatt hotel romance package. With this honeymoon special, guests receive a full breakfast and a bottle of sparkling grape juice or champagne along with chocolate covered strawberries. The hotel also offers a late 2 p.m. check out.
Hyatt Regency Rochester
125 East Main Street
Rochester, NY 14604
Article Written By Antonette Ellertson
Antonette Ellertson, a freelance writer from Western New York, has a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education. She has worked as a freelance writer for more than a decade, specializing in media. She is a contributor to numerous magazines including "Maitland Primrose," "Highlights for Children" and "The Writer" and is managing editor for a large, non-profit organization.