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7 Adult-Only Resorts in the US

Looking for an adult-only resorts in the US? I’ve noticed that finding adult-only locations in the United States is a little trickier than finding international ones so I’ve pulled together a list of 7 highly reviewed options that are worth taking a peek at if you want to stay closer to home. Whether you love the desert, the beach, or mountain hideaways, these hotels and resorts offer a great variety to choose from!

 

Glenmere Mansion in New York

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This lovely estate is located in New York’s Hudson Valley. Glenmere was built in 1911 as the home of industrialist Robert Goelet. There are 18 guest accommodations on the estate from deluxe bedrooms to premium suites.

 

ARIA Resort and Casino in Las Vegas

photo via hotel website

photo via hotel website

For those who are looking for more of a party atmosphere, Las Vegas may be more your cup of tea (or large hurricane glass of alcoholic indulgence, but you know what I mean). When looking for adult-only spots in Vegas ARIA was definitely one of the highest reviewed.

 

Little Palm Island Resort & Spa in Little Touch Key, Florida

photo via hotel website

photo via hotel website

If a tropical escape is your ideal vacay, head over to Florida to stay at this amazing resort. There are no telephones or televisions in the guest rooms and children under the age of 16 are not allowed. Accessible only by seaplane or boat this island is the perfect place if you are looking to get away from it all.

 

Ventana Inn and Spa in Big Sur, California

photo via hotel website

photo via hotel website

Merging both rustic and luxury, we come to Ventana Inn and Spa. Situated on the California coast in Big Sur rooms here have either patios or decks which give you views of the forest, mountain, canyon or ocean. Amenities include daily guided walks, yoga classes and daily wine and cheese receptions.

 

Auberge du Soleil in Rutherford, California

Photo via hotel website

Photo via hotel website

For wine lovers and foodies, we have Auberge de Soleil, the Inn of the Sun. Situated in Napa Valley’s wine country this amazing inn first opened it’s doors in 1981 as Napa Valley’s first fine dining establishment. The restaurant, spa and Inn itself are well renowned worldwide. There are a variety of rooms and suites available all decked out in sunny, inviting colors. Auberge de Soleil requires guests to be over 16 years old.

 

Travaasa Austin in Austin, Texas

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photo via hotel website

Do you like being a bit more active on your vacations? If so check out Travassa in Austin Texas. This hill country resort offers a variety of activities for those who want to stay busy. Some of the inclusive offerings include guided tours, culinary classes, cultural events, horseback riding, spa treatments and more.

 

Twin Farms in Barnard, Vermont

photo via hotel website

photo via hotel website

This all-inclusive luxury resort is set on 300 acres in Vermont. Just a quick warning that this resort is not cheap. But from the amenities included and the service provided, I can see this being the perfect place for a special occasion. By all accounts you need to prepare to get pampered when staying at Twin Farms. Twin Farms does allow children during certain times of year (mainly around the holidays), so be sure to check if your stay will coincide with family times.

Do you have any recommendations for great adult-only resorts in the US? Share your recommendations below!

 

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