The second episode of the Bachelor in Paradise in Mexico was shot at the Dreams Tulum Resort and Spa, according to a press release issued by the resort. In the episode scheduled to air on August 11, one of the couples, Sarah and Dylan, from the reality TV show will be treated to a romantic dinner at the resort. The bachelors and bachelorettes from the show are jilted members from previous seasons of the Bachelor and the Bachelorette.

In the show, the cast members hook up and make love connections or not when they are set up on various dates. Those who do not couple up must leave the island after each episode. There will also be new cast members added to the mix, occasionally to make the show even more interesting.

 

The Bachelor in Paradise in Mexico Goes to the Dreams Tulum Resort

The Bachelor in Paradise in Mexico couple dined at a local hotel, the Dreams Tulum Resort and Spa, an all-inclusive resort, called an Unlimited Luxury resort, with 24-hour room service. Luxurious meals, top shelf alcohol, and breakfast and snacks are included.  The Tulum resort offers free wi-fi and international calls, as well. This week’s show is one of  seven that the Bachelor in Paradise  shot in Mexico. So far, there has been some heavy kissing in the ocean, a love triangle,  and a cast member who opted out of  continuing the show after only the first episode.

In the August 11th episode, viewers will get a look at the exterior of the Dream Tulum, which is now in a great position to market the resort to lovers interested in replicating the intimate dinner shown on the  Bachelor in Paradise in Mexico.

For travelers interested in an exotic, getaway, the resort has adult’s only rooms and suites as well as family-friendly rooms. Suites in the Preferred Club Suites have personal entrances to one of the pools on the property.

 

Bachelor in Paradise at Dreams Tulum Resort

Aerial View of the Dreams Tulum, photo courtesy of AM Resorts *

 

The Dreams Tulum resort is a beachfront property in the Riviera Maya. The resort has access to soft white sand along the stretch of the ocean. There is also about 44 acres of gardens at the resort.

 

Dreams Tulum Resort Features on Bachelor in Paradise

Dreams Tulum Pool, photo courtesy of AM Resorts

 

 

Dreams Tulum Swimout Suites

Dreams Tulum Swimout Suites, Photo courtesy of AM Resorts

The swimout suites are a new addition to the resort. Guests can swim from their rooms right out to one of four pools at the Dreams Tulum.

Junior Suite with Swim Out Pool, Photo courtesy of AM Resorts

Junior Suite with Swim Out Pool, Photo courtesy of AM Resorts

The junior suite with the swimout pool is private and luxurious. It’s designed with romance and luxury in mind. It’s also perfect for friends who want to vacation in style. The adults-only junior suite with a garden view starts at $292.50  a night. The same room type that is not adults only starts at $286.50

Walkway at the Dream Tulum, photo courtesy of AM Resorts

Walkway at the Dream Tulum, photo courtesy of AM Resorts

Claudine Williams

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