You Can Vacation Like The Bachelor in This Romantic Thai Resort
This season’s eligible single Colton Underwood jetted off to Khao Lak, Thailand, with his leading ladies for an episode airing February 4. See inside the dreamy digs he called home during his stay.
If you’re not keeping up with this season of The Bachelor—starring smoldering former NFL player Colton Underwood—for the drama, there’s a good chance you’re following it for the vacation inspiration. Every year, the reality series sends their hopeful romantics on a globe-trotting journey, with past destinations including places from Aruba and Anguilla to the French Riviera.
Among this year’s travel list? The exotic coastline of Thailand. For an episode scheduled to air February 4, Underwood and his remaining contestants are escaping to the resort destination of Khao Lak, just an hour’s drive north of Phuket. And while it’s unclear what’ll unfold on Colton’s romantic journey, we can certainly speculate based on the bachelor’s stunning accommodations: the luxe ROBINSON Club Khao Lak, a serene escape located in the heart of Khao Lak Lam Ru national park’s natural surroundings.
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Wrapped in tropical foliage and perched directly on the Andaman Sea, the 320-room Robinson Club sets the perfect stage for love. Guests here have the freedom to lounge either on eight miles of beachfront or beside one of eight swimming pools. In addition to a luxury spa—hello couples’ massage—wellness facilities include a gym, cycling studio, open-air yoga pavilion, and (ahem) clothing-optional lounge areas.
While it may be too late to vie for Colton’s heart, it’s not too late to recreate your own Bachelor-quality lovers’ vacay in Khao Lak. In honor of their appearance on the reality show, the ROBINSON Club is introducing a new couples’ “Romance Package,” which includes accommodations in a suite, a bottle of champagne, massage treatments, and—of course—“a rose for the lady.”
Now that’s an offer we will happily accept. See more of the resort below: