There are instances when you really just need the peace and quiet when on vacay mode. It’s not actually enough that you happen to be at the beach with the sun, sand and the sound of the waves. Sometimes, you also need to get away from the shrieks and screams of toddlers and their endless running around.
It’s awesome that there are resorts around the world that are adult-friendly and understand your needs for peace and quiet. Below is the list of the best kid-free resorts for those of you who need the time to unwind and relax, away from the stress at work or crying kids:
Hotel Wailea, Maui, Hawaii
Their sign says it all: “Relax to the sound of red-crested cardinals instead of red-faced toddlers in the quiet luxury of our adults-only resort”. Peace and quiet is guaranteed as the hotel only has a total of 72 suites in the entire 15-acre ocean view property. Hotel Wailea is designed specifically for couples who want to experience a private retreat.
Jade Mountain, Saint Lucia
Experience the beauty of the Caribbean at Jade Mountain. Private infinity pools that float out into nature. Privacy is certain even with the fourth wall missing. Jade Mountain is a cornucopia of organic architecture celebrating the beauty of Saint Lucia. Couples will surely have a great time celebrating their honeymoon or anniversary while at this resort.
The Royal Hideaway Playacar Resort, Mexico
Don’t get turned off by the all-inclusive terms of this superb resort. The Royal Hideaway is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World collection and continuous to be on the list of travel websites resorts to visit. It boasts of an enviable stretch of white sandy beach and a sophisticated, colonial-style property. Just in case you forget, this resort is perfect for an all-adult getaway.
Secrets Papagayo, Costa Rica
If you’re looking for a resort that’s pretty much safe on the budget, consider staying at Secrets Papagayo. Pretty much everything you need comes with your stay: all meals and snacks, 24-hour room service, wi-fi, unlimited top-shelf spirits and even gratuities. You can either have a suite that has a view of the wonderful gardens or the Gulf of Papagayo.
Beach Club Hotel, Australia
Australia has always been known for its wonderful beaches. Beach Club Hotel guarantees a kid-free stay so you can relax and enjoy your peace and quiet that you deserve. The place looks so perfect that it feels like you’re part of a photoshoot. This romantic hideaway has only 57 rooms so you can expect privacy and exclusivity
Likuliku Lagoon Resort, Fiji
If you’re going to Fiji for a much deserved vacation, then better book your stay at Likuliku Lagoon. It boasts of only ten private, over-water bures and does not allow kids. You’re going to spend a lot of money anyway, so better do it at the right resort.
Coco Plum Island Resort, Belize
If you want to experience the perfect romantic getaway with your man, head to Coco Plum Island Resort. It will just be you and a maximum of thirteen other couples. All the cabanas face east so you can experience the sunrise every morning. If you still want a bit more privacy, you can rent the whole island to yourselves.
Sandals Whitehouse, Jamaica
Located in a beachfront property, Sandals Whitehouse has three unique European villages for you to choose from: Italian, French and Dutch. Set on a long expanse of white, pristine beach, you and your guy will surely have a great time. You can choose to book a room that comes with a butler to cater your every need.
Post Ranch Inn, California
The Post Ranch Inn is the perfect hideaway in Big Sur. It feels like you’re in a different world as all the rooms don’t have television sets and alarm clocks! It will only be you and nature. No matter the room you book, it will include an outdoorsy activity, breakfast and access to guest vehicles.
El Dorado Maroma, Mexico
This resort consistently makes it to the list of world’s best beaches every single year. You will find this to be true the moment you book a stay here. On Thursdays, you can pick out your dinner from the freshest catch coming from the ocean. You can choose to stay in an infinity pool suite or a private beachfront villa. Either way, you won’t have kids bothering you the whole time.
This Natural Spring is Beautiful But The Large Holes Beneath it are Terrifying!
No one knows how deep the holes are. Will you take the plunge?
Are you a fan of diving and other extreme water sports? If so, then we think you'll be interested to know that somewhere in Wimberley, Texas lies an intriguing swimming spot for adventure seekers.
Called Jacobs Well, this place is surrounded with lush greens, clear waters and deep caves. Staying at the edge of the cliff will make one think that plunging in means jumping into a never-ending abyss.
This is because Jacob's Well has four underwater chambers. The first one is said to be 25 feet deep; the second is 35 feet and the third is 75 feet. The depth of the fourth chamber, however, remains unknown.
Top 10 Worst Things You Can Do In The Airport
Flying anytime soon? Please don’t be the annoying traveler people curse at the airport!
You know them, the annoying people at the airport you would have encountered at least once during your travels. Getting through the airport isn’t exactly a breeze. Lines that are never-ending, crowds everywhere, long layovers and not to mention, the sucky airport food. By these alone, you can automatically conclude that the airport is such a stressful environment that you just the littlest thing can annoy and set you off.
To ensure that you don’t happen to be the annoying jerk people are giving the lookover, we rounded up a list of things you SHOULD NOT be doing at all costs:
1. Arriving late.
No one likes a late passenger. It isn’t just about making the boarding time but checking in your baggage as well. Please don’t be the prick trying to cut the line because you’re late and so nervous that the gates would close in on you. ...
Bookstore-Themed Hostel Has 1,700 Books And Sleeping Shelves For Bookworms To Enjoy.
This accommodation bookshop in Tokyo is every book lover’s dream.
There are times when you just want to be alone, curl up in bed, get a good book to read until it puts you to sleep. Fun times like taking a detour to your favorite café or bookstore and even a quiet time in the library which is enough to make your day. These are only some of the things that only "bibliophiles" will understand.
But how about getting all that in one?
This book haven in Tokyo, Japan named Book and Bed Tokyo is a dream come true for bookworms and a breath of fresh air for travelers. Designed by Makoto Tanijiri and Ai Yoshida of Suppose Design Office, the bookstore-themed hostel offers more fun, stylish and cozy place for customers especially those who love to read. There are bookshelves and sleeping lofts beside them which makes it different from the conventional hostels and capsule hotels that we have today.
"Our concept is thus a readers haven - an accommodation bookshop. Books aren’t sold, though. It’s just an expression."...