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The World's Best Adults-Only Resorts
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Take the ultimate romantic escape to one of these luxurious adults-only resorts.

Canaves Oia Hotel, Santorini, Greece


Couple-y experiences at this boutique hotel include watching breathtaking sunsets and sipping champagne with breakfast on the veranda each morning.

Viceroy Riviera Maya, Playa del Carmen


With just 41 villas available at a time, the Viceroy is a more intimate resort, which means more intimate time for lovers. But the hotel also specializes in personal service as they offer a poolside butler and a "dine anywhere, anytime" policy.

Auberge du Soleil, California


What's better than hillside views of the gorgeous Napa Valley? Answer: sipping local wine on the Napa hillside with a Michelin-starred dinner in front of you—and an expansive pool.

Jade Mountain, St. Lucia


This Caribbean sanctuary has everything honeymooners or traveling lovebirds need. Enjoy couples massages, local chocolate and wine pairings, unbeatable sunsets, open-air suites, infinity pool swims, and tropical cuisine for two.

Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur, California


Feeling "one with nature?" Escape to Post Ranch Inn where resort amenities range from daily nature walks, to morning yoga, to stargazing. And yes, you can even sleep in a treehouse.

Triple Creek Ranch, Montana


Trail rides, sapphire panning, archery, hiking, and fly-fishing are part of this traditional all-inclusive ranch vacation. For a little extra, guests can also take part in cattle drives, team penning, white water rafting, ATV-ing, and more.

Ponta dos Ganchos Resort, Brazil


The ideal location for private dinners on the beach, leisurely activities such as fishing or tennis, and frankly, peace and quiet. Those looking for a destination wedding—or even a place to propose—should check out the resort's "Yes!" Island just off the beach shore, which has had a wonderful track record.

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Chiva Som Resort, Hua Hin, Thailand


For a more rejuvenating retreat, look no further than Chiva Som. Expect full days of spiritually enhancing activities like yoga, daily morning massages, and a holistic dietary detox plan for every visitor.

Hurawalhi, Maldives


Beyond the glistening sand and crystal blue water that the Maldives are known for, Hurawalhi decided to step up its game—by adding the world's largest all-glass undersea restaurant. Oh, and don't forget to head to the Champagne Pavilion at sunset.

Hotel Wailea, Maui


Hotel Wailea was specifically designed for couples, with fun bonding activities available such as kiteboarding, beach safaris, and sunset sailboating.

Likuliku Lagoon Resort


Likuliku is the only resort in Fiji to have over-water bungalows—which means waking up to 360-degree ocean views each morning and going to bed with them each night. Does it get any more romantic than that?

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com. 
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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