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5 Adults-Only Resorts And Cruises For The Perfect Baecation

By Sharelle Burt

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Nothing can spoil a romantic moment more than little kids running all over the place, getting in the way.

There’s a way to get around it. These resorts and cruises are ‘adults-only.’ That’s right. Travelers don’t have to worry about distracted by nosey little ones. Here are some of our favorites:

Avila Beach Hotel – Curacao

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This beachfront property is a very popular resort for honeymooners to get that one-on-one time. With only 20 rooms available, travelers can have privacy while taking in gorgeous views from their balconies or from Observer Tower at the end of the pier. Basking in romance, couples will want to experience the Santai Spa and evening concerts while eating a candlelight dinner on the beach.

Blue Diamond Luxury Boutique Hotel – Playa Del Carmen 

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Talk about a natural aphrodisiac. This luxury boutique hotel is a hotspot for an adult only type of getaway. Relax at the 128-room property featuring junior suites with private pools and a view of the property’s sinkhole. Some of the beachfront casitas have private balconies where couples can enjoy yoga classes. Popular for destination weddings, travelers can take part in the Maya temazcal sweat lodge spa, cigar lounge, and more.


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Serenity At Coconut Bay – St. Lucia

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It’s called Serenity for a reason. Staying at this five-star resort will give you the peace you need before returning to reality. Get treated like royalty with poolside suites with butler service and unlimited reservation-free gourmet dining. Spa treatments are available, single or for couples, in your suite or private cabana.

Virgin Voyages 

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Sir Richard Branson isn’t playing around. He is looking to take the travel industry by storm with his new adult-only cruise ship. Setting sail in 2020, the boat will host 2,700 passengers that will be able to eat gourmet food, including vegan items as well as poolside cabanas. Dance the night away with your crew or boo at the on-deck nightclub or stay indoors in one of Branson’s exclusive suites.

Gallery Bay – Antigua 

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Choose from four different luxury suites in paradise. With breathtaking views, travelers can get some much needed R&R while staying in either a cottage style suite or beachfront room. There are six different restaurants on the property, all giving off different vibes, from romance to just grabbing a quick bite. Like most resorts, the spa treatment is red carpet like. They have award winning facial and massage treatments to keep you refreshed.

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