The Bachelorette: Take a Look Inside the Resort Where it All Went Down

The Bachelorette: Take a Look Inside the Resort Where it All Went Down

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The Bachelorette: Take a Look Inside the Resort Where it All Went Down

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When Clare Crawley’s season of The Bachelorette airs on Tuesday night it will look a lot different than seasons past, but that doesn’t necessarily mean season 16 is getting the short end of the stick.

As Champion Daily previously told you, season 16 was filmed earlier this year all in one location. That location? A five-star resort on the outskirts of Palm Springs, California, the La Quinta Resort & Club.

The lavish hotel, which is one of the most popular for Coachella-goers, is nothing like the Bachelor mansion. It’s only 164 miles from the iconic filming location, but the views are very different.

Although all of the dates, rose ceremonies and cocktail hours will be shot at one location to keep the cast and crew safe amid the coronavirus pandemic, that doesn’t mean the cast will be crowded.

In fact, the Waldorf Astoria Resort, known for its charm and serenity, promises to provide entertainment for the suitors.

Across its 1,400 acres, there are 41 pools, 53 hot spas, 23 tennis courts, five golf courses and seven restaurants, as well as 796 guest rooms. Some of the hotel suites and villas include personal pools and hot tubs — likely to be hot spots for the suitors of the season.

Check out the resort on the NEXT page…

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