This book seems like a collection of glossy travel brochures. There is little information given for comparison (e.g. trying to decide which region to go to) and a lot of the text is repeated verbatim for many of the resorts. The 'useful information' provided for each resort includes things such as "the gift shop has an excellent collection of souvenir t-shirts." I really doubt anyone is choosing their wedding/honeymoon destination based on this. However, my biggest problem with this book is that it seems to favor certain resort chains, which makes me question its objectivity. Specifically, 2 Sheraton resorts that we have visited in Hawaii on previous vacations were given superb reviews. In our experience, they were a little run-down (with the rooms in sore need of renovation) and had below average facilities (obviously a beautiful natural setting, but disappointing swimming pools, etc). Fine for a four-day getaway, but I would have been very disappointed had I read this review and gone there for my honeymoon or wedding. This makes me question the accuracy of the other writeups in the book.