Take a Valentine’s adventure holiday with a saucy adults-only break

Adult-only fun in the sun (Picture: Supplied)

As Valentine’s Day approaches perhaps some of us more daring types might want to consider a saucy holiday with our partners.

With a focus on all things sexy, there are plenty of options for those wishing to let go of their inhibitions and embark on an amorous adventure.

From lascivious cruises with the promise of ‘playgrounds for grown-ups’ to hotels that prefer nudity, there’s a raunchy resort out there for all persuasions.

Read on to see where under the sun you could be getting it on.

Cruise control

All at sea with Temptation (Picture: Supplied)

In addition to resorts in the Dominican Republic and Mexico, Temptation operates lascivious Caribbean cruises once a winter, still with the promise of ‘playgrounds for grown-ups’. Open to anyone aged 21 and over, its next five-night voyage sets sail from Miami on February 11 with stops in the Cayman Islands and Key West.

All aboard the Millennium-class cruise ship Celebrity Summit (Picture: Supplied)

During two days at sea, passengers can choose between topless or clothing-optional areas or couples-only rooms. Pool parties and cheeky theme nights ramp up the raunch. A spa, gym and casino await on the 1,109-room ship – but probably aren’t the main draw.

From £1,815pp, all-inclusive at four of the restaurants, including room service on cosier private nights, temptation-experience.com

Get a tan all over

Dare to bare at Vera Playa Club hotel (Picture: Supplied)

The nudist capital of Vera Playa is on southern Spain’s Costa de Almeria, north-east of its eponymous airport. It’s a streak of golden sand where chesticles and testicles can hang free. Palm trees and beach bars are out front, while behind sits an extensive, also-nudist, complex containing shops and restaurants. Calm, warm seas and an Andalusian mountainous backdrop add to the allure, as do Renaissance buildings and cobbled streets in the original, namesake town inland.

Just offshore is Vera Playa Club, a naturist hotel whose 281 brightly coloured rooms complement indoor and outdoor pools, buffet food and a mini-golf course. You’ll need to wait until the seasonal reopening on April 28 before visiting, however.

From £54pn, playasenator.com

Experimental gains

Balconies and terraces are not overlooked (Picture: Edgardo Contreras)

More restrained than the likes of Hedonism II (see further down), Mexico’s Desire Riviera Maya Pearl resort is clothing-optional, reserved for couples and situated along a white-sand beach near the attractive town of Puerto Morelos. Cancun and its airport are not far north, while Mayan step temples and scuba-diving sites are within day-trip range.

Desire Riviera Maya Pearl is reserved for couples only (Picture: Edgardo Contreras)

Across an ocean-front pool, spa and two gourmet restaurants, an ‘erotic atmosphere’ is pledged, in keeping with the nudity and adult-only evening entertainment. With bedrooms, suites and penthouses positioned so that balconies or terraces aren’t overlooked by any neighbours, this isn’t outwardly a place for exhibitionist brazenness, but rather some laid-back boundary-pushing.

From £543, all-inclusive, including taxes, desire-experience.com

Let’s talk sex

London Edition hotel room (Picture: Supplied)

Just off Oxford Street, the London Edition hotel will continue its monthly Sex Talks series for 2023. This sees the host, Emma-Louise Boynton, invite leading names to share insights with a live audience before an anonymous Q&A. Her aim? ‘Breaking down the taboo around sex and pleasure.’

The hotel hosts Sex Talks (Picture: Supplied)

A Letters Live evening on February 14 pays tribute to female friendship; on March 8, to mark International Women’s Day, Boynton will host London’s first sex and pleasure-focused literary festival, Clit Fest. Tickets from £15 (eventbrite.co.uk).

For anyone keen to enjoy the Edition’s celebrated cocktails and contemporary British food by Jason Atherton, doubles currently cost from £564, room only, on February 14.

See more at editionhotels.com

Big Love in Paris

The Hotel Grand Amour boasts nude photography in 42 boldly coloured rooms (Picture: Supplied)

Where better to take your partner than Rue de la Fidélité (it means ‘faithful street’) in the City of Love? Close to cool Canal St-Martin in Paris’s 10th arrondissement, this aptly named street houses a sexy hotel. Called Grand Amour, it comes courtesy of street artist André Saraiva, and sees nude photography in 42 boldly coloured rooms decorated using vintage flea-market finds. More straightforward, but just as chic, are an excellent all-day bistro and flowery patio garden.

From £142pn, grandamour.hotelamourparis.fr

Make new ‘friends’

Getting down and dirty at Hedonism II (Picture: Supplied)

Legendary in swinging circles, Hedonism II is a 280-room resort near Seven Mile Beach in Negril, Jamaica. Powered by fetish nights, chain-lined playrooms and pole-dancing nightclub competitions, it has a famously wild reputation for inhibition-shedding antics.

Go for a grown-up version of Spring Break (Picture: Supplied)

Some areas demand nudity and most guests basically attend for a grown-up version of Spring Break. Facilities-wise, swanky ‘Hedo’ has two decent restaurants alongside five bars, a spa and a nude pool with special private cabins (hint, hint). Note that the average age here tends to be higher. Singles are welcome and day-passes are available.

From £346, all-inclusive, hedonism.com

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