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Nothing says "I heart you boo" more than a romantic getaway, but sexytime isn't just for Valentine's Day. So if you don't have time to catch one of the V-Day packages we're profiling this week, we're also presenting you with some year-round sexy options. Whether you're into raunch, roses or Rosé, every day this week, we’ll pick a different property that we think will knock your socks—and who knows what else—off.
Hedonism II in Negril, Jamaica, is an over-the-top playground with a loyal following of guests who dig the ‘no-judgment’ atmosphere and all-inclusive price tag. Know up front that Hedo isn’t really for the shy and many of the rumors you hear are true. Yes, there’s a “prude” side with a perfectly nice beach for newbies or those uninterested in baring all. But it’s said many eventually cross over to the “Nude” side where all the antics (which, let's be honest, is what you're going for) take place.
When you head to a luxury spa retreat, reading that it's going to be adults only is usually a positive thing: but at the Chimes Spa Retreat in Denmark, Western Australia, they got themselves in a bit of hot water over it (and that's not the hot water you'll find in the spa).
Owner Kane Randle has been trying to get the local Equal Opportunity Commission to allow him to advertise as "adults only" but they've called it discrimination and he can't. Despite that, most guests to this wine-region property have been adults, and have been impressed. With the owners being involved in a really hands-on way, service is attentive and the peaceful location certainly helps for the relaxation side of things.
There are 11 different suites, some with ocean views, and prices range from A$255 to A$390 a night ($165 - $255). If you're especially rich, you can buy the whole property at the moment--if you have a spare A$3.95 million ($2.5m) lying around.