Adults-only accommodations offer ultimate luxury

Young people aren’t always seeking the traditional hotel experience when they go on vacation—sometimes they stay in tents in the great outdoors, sometimes they sleep suspended from the side of a cliff—but when they’re looking for a luxurious experience, these resorts offer that experience with a twist: adults-only accommodations.


To celebrate its 10-year anniversary, TUI Sensatori is planning to launch a new restaurant, beach club, and adults-only resort in 2019. The IVÓ Beach exclusive beach club and Restaurant 10 restaurant will be sensory-fueled experiences, tapping into a popular consumer trend. The Residence, opening at TUI Sensatori’s location in Turkey, will be an adults-only expansion, the hotel group’s first. The Residence’s most luxurious accommodations, the Lake House Suites, will feature outdoor hot tubs, swim-up pools, and daytime butler service.


Bungalows Key Largo is the first all-inclusive, adults-only hotel in the Florida Keys, and is accepting reservations come December. To evoke a boutique resort feel, Bungalows is comprised of 135 standalone units, as well as three restaurants and two pools. The resort also offers wellness components, including a Zen Garden Spa, Zen Pool, Fitness Tiki Hut, steam room, sauna, and yoga and aerobics classes. Island Hosts are available 24/7 and can help coordinate activities for up to 270 guests on a group trip.


Iberostar Cancún is expanding its already impressive resort offerings—which feature four restaurants, 11 pools, a spa, an 18-hole golf course, and a FIFA-regulation soccer field—with the addition of the Iberostar Cancún Star Prestige. Guests will have access to all of the aforementioned amenities with the updated benefits that the 156 suites in the 13-story complex are all-inclusive and adults-only; they’re also granted access to a private beach club with room service on the water.