Imagine traveling the world and finding the love of your life at the same time. Does The Bachelor franchise come to mind? Due to the global pandemic, the show’s filming was put on hold and production had to get creative, filming at only one resort, instead of traveling the world, as in previous seasons. If you need your Bachelor nation fix, check out some resorts they’ve filmed in before, and book a stay for yourself.
La Quinta Resort & Club
The latest Bachelorette season featuring Clare Crawly and Tayshia Adams filmed in Palm Springs, California, at the La Quinta Resort & Club. Located in the desert, this resort is the perfect secluded getaway. Check out its Tuesday’s are for Champagne package where you can enjoy a night in a luxury suite accompanied by a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Champagne and some delicious popcorn. Spend the day relaxing by one of the 41 pools and unwind at night watching your favorite show or movie. While on the property make sure to check out all the places Tayshia and Clare took the men on dates.
This season of the Bachelor featuring Matt James filmed at The Nemacolin Resort in Farmington, near Pittsburgh, in Pennsylvania. The Lodge offers exploration and relaxation and provides a quintessential woodsy escape. Although The Lodge isn’t open right now, keep an eye out for new bookings this spring. For now, plan to stay at The Chateau, where iconic rooms and suites pair perfectly with show-stopping dining or Falling Rocks, a bespoke oasis unlike any other. Don’t forget to explore all your favorite locales from the season.
Playa Escondida Sayulita
Playa Escondida Sayulita Resort is featured on the franchise every summer as the resort where former contestants stay for Bachelor in Paradise. This beautiful, secluded resort really is paradise. It’s nestled on the beaches of Sayulita and surrounded by hills covered in jungle and nature. Whether you are relaxing on the day beds by the water or exploring the surrounding jungle, there is an activity for everyone. Although Chris Harrison, Wells Adams and Jorge won’t be there to plan activities for your vacation, serve drinks or help you find love, you are bound to have a memorable experience.
For some extremely last-minute holiday gifts this year, you can still give back by gifting with the all-new Adopt an Animal program with Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium. Based in Springfield, Missouri, the museum’s virtual program allows would-be guests and nature lovers around the country to connect with the 35,000 resident animals of Wonders of Wildlife.
Travelers go on trips for various reasons: Some love to enjoy unique culinary experiences, while others want to explore new cultures and have authentic local experiences. Whatever the reason, vacations should have one thing in common — rest. In fact, healing and healthy ways to boost the immune system are trending topics now and Korean-style wellness is just what you need on future trips. At the 48 recommended wellness travel destinations in Korea, visitors can relax and recharge by enjoying different types of Korean therapy and participating in programs that seek healing in nature. Stay at home and visit Korea for a wellness vacation when it's safe to travel again.
New Year’s Eve is going to look a little different this year. With celebrations scaled back and reduced gatherings, people seek different ways to ring in the New Year. Whether spending the holiday in your hometown or going on a little getaway for a change of scenery, check out these cities to spend the holiday.
Step right up to the greatest show on Earth as FXExpress Publications, Global Traveler, trazeetravel.com and whereverfamily.com celebrate their 2020 award winners! Join the big top on Dec. 14 as we virtually award the winners of the 17th annual GT Tested Reader Survey awards, including the Airline and Hotel of the Year; the 17th annual Wines on the Wing Airline Wine Survey; the eighth annual Leisure Lifestyle Awards; the sixth annual The Trazees; and the third annual Wherever Awards.