Where Is Love Is Blind Filmed?

You too can honeymoon like the cast for just $700 a night

TRS Yucatan

by Daisy Hall |
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We’ve all been hooked by the latest series of Love Is Blind and the fact that literally none of these couples seem like they’re going to make it in the long run, so as the couples head off on their honeymoons we have a lot of questions. A lot.

Are Micah Lussier and Irina Solomonova really mean girls? Has Chelsea Griffin already got the ick from Kwame Appiah? But namely where are they honeymooning? We need a holiday and the Mexican resort that they are staying at looks like an absolute dream.

You may already be aware that each series of Love Is Blind is filmed in a different location so that contestants are potentially matched with people from their local area. Series one filmed in Atlanta, Georgia; series two in Chicago, Illinois; series three in Dallas Texas and series four in Seattle, Washington.

The contestants are then taken to the pods in LA before the lucky few – or maybe that should be unlucky considering how this series is going – head off on their honeymoon vacation.

For series one, couples filmed at the Grand Velas Riviera Maya retreat in Playa del Carmen, Mexico whilst series two saw them staying at the TRS Coral Hotel in Cancun, Mexico. The honeymoon vacation for series three changed things up a bit filming in Malibu, California but the show is back on familiar ground for this fourth series with filming back in Mexico at the five-star TRS Yucatan.

The glamourous hotel boasts six fabulous pools, a spa – complete with a gym, a jacuzzi and a sauna – and nine different a la carte restaurants featuring cuisines from across the world. Forget finding love, we’d sign up for Love is Blind just for this!

Look at this place it’s incredible…


Love Is Blind S4's Mexican Resort

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They even offer diving and snorkelling sessions in the local reef with the wild turtles!

All you need is at least $700 for the cheapest possible double room and a plane ticket to Cancun Airport and you’re sorted…

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