The purposeof the Bachelor reality TV show is to find love. The bachelor and the ladies vying for his heart are in the spotlight, but the hotels and resorts on the show are also in the spotlight. The romantic settings offer of view the idealistic perfect places to find love. Here are of the most beautiful resorts from Seasons 15 to 19 of the Bachelor.

One & Only Resort, Cape Town, South Africa

Season 15

One and Only Cape Town by Prasad Pillai

Romantic Getaways: One and Only Cape Town by Prasad Pillai 

The One&Only Cape Town in South Africa set a whole new standard for South African hotels, offering an unprecedented level of luxury. The beautiful interiors recall the warm tones of the African savannah, with vibrant splashes of colour.

It sports world-famous restaurants, with cuisine created by legendary chefs Nobuyuki ‘’Nobu’’ Matsuhisa and Ruben Riffel. The two dynamic restaurants are connected by the Vista Bar and Lounge.

The lushly landscaped Spa Island offers a sauna and steam room, singles and couples treatment villas, two vitality pools, and a relaxation room, an island of tranquility in the heart of the hotel.

Grand Hotel Zermatterhof, Switzerland

Season 16

Photo courtesy of the Grand Hotel Zermatterhof

Romantic Getaways: Photo courtesy of the Zermatterhof Grand

This quintessentially Swiss hotel transports guests to a world where time takes on a new meaning. Located 1,600 metres above sea level, time at this hotel will be spent on top of the world.

Prato Borni Restaurant showcases products from the Valais region, and the Brasserie Lusi is the perfect place for simple, uncomplicated French cuisine and international dishes.

After a hard day on the mountain, there is nothing like a ‘’Vita Borni’’ or ‘source of life’ spa to relax and revitalise you. The Alpine Spa blends natural purity, healings and stimulation, all coming from the natural waters of the mountain. Afterwards, relax in your private refuge in the the luxury rooms and suites.

 

Anantara Si Kao Resort and Spa, Thailand

Season 17

Pond at the Anantara Si Kao Resort and Spa Photo Courtesy of Anantara Resorts

Pond at the Anantara Si Kao Resort and Spa
Photo Courtesy of Anantara Resorts

An hour south of Krabi International Airport in Thailand, is Anantara Si Kao holiday resort. Here, guests can discover the wonders of the Andaman coast in comfort and luxurious style.

The hotel offers a huge range of amenities including a swimming pool, two restaurants; the Leelawadee is Thai and the Acqua is Italian. The hotel features the Anantara Spa, snorkeling and diving activities, and the Spice Spoons cooking school.

When it is time to settle down, the bedrooms’ locations allow you to drift off to sleep with the sound of the waves outside your window. The bedrooms are elegantly furnished, surrounded by luscious gardens and just moments from Pak Meng Beach.

 

Cap Maison, St. Lucia

Season 18

Cap Maison Bachelor Finale 2014

The resort where Juan Pablo, the Bachelor stayed in 2014 in St. Lucia. Photo Courtesy of the Cap Maison

The rooms and suites of Cap Maison are set atop cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Elegant, charming, and with sunset views, each room is full of character and exudes space.

Cap Maison offers fine dining in unique settings: The Cliff at Cap Restaurant is set on a stunning outcrop, and the Naked Fisherman Beach Bar and Grill is conveniently located on the hotel’s private beach.

The hotel has countless activities to keep you occupied during your stay including: yoga, golf, tennis, fishing, sailing, windsurfing, scuba diving, zip lining, and excursions to scenic sights. After all that activity, relax in the luxurious wellness centre Spa Maison.

 

The Mulia, Bali

Season 19

The Mulia Earl Suite Patio photo courtesy of Leading Hotels of the World

The Mulia Earl Suite Patio photo courtesy of Leading Hotels of the World

The Mulia is a stylish hotel with a stunning beach front at Geger Beach. The hotel offers complimentary breakfast and afternoon tea with cocktails, access to chic cabanas, a private beach and oceanfront pools.

The Mulia is the ultimate in luxury. Guests can sip champagne and nibble on caviar. They can soak their worries away in the private outdoor Jacuzzis or head to the Mulia Spa for professional massages. What better way to end the evening than with dinner at the Soleil Mediterranean or the Pan-Asian Restaurant.

The rooms and suites are indulgent with plush bedding, inspiring views, and expert butler services.

Amy Lou Martin

Amy Lou Martin

Amy is a travel writer based in Chiang Mai, Thailand. She worked as a tour leader in Europe, and has travelled extensively.Amy studied Egyptology and Classics at university, and has a passion for visiting countries with a history.
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