Go Inside The Palm Springs Hotel Where “The Bachelorette” Is Taking Place

The Bachelor mansion is no more — for Clare’s season, at least!

Things are looking a little different on this season of The Bachelorette thanks to a slight location change to Palm Springs, California.

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To keep things safe during the pandemic, ABC rented out the entirety of La Quinta Resort & Club and had the cast and crew head south to the hotel.

Clare Crawley and her suitors checked in to the 4-star resort, which is sprawled across 45 acres at the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains.

It’s a property whose enormous size made it easy to accommodate the show’s social distancing protocols:

The historic resort, which opened in 1926, seems to be the perfect backdrop for romance.

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In fact, It Happened One Night was written at the hotel and iconic actress Ginger Rogers tied the knot with Jacques Bergerac there in 1952.

Guests at the La Quinta Resort & Club are hosted in their own private casitas, that all include fireplaces and private patios.

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Some of them even have their own private pools!

Speaking of pools, there are 41 of them on the property!!

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That’s more than enough for each contestant to take a swim in their own individual pool…simultaneously.

Not to mention they have many stunning gardens.

The grounds also include 21 tennis courts, 5 golf courses, 8 pickleball courts and enough room for a dodgeball tournament.

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I have a feeling that was the resort’s first and last game of dodgeball.

There’s also a spa, where you can be pampered with massages, facials, or a manicure.

And if you’re looking for an escape from your escape, the hotel will even set you up on a glamping trip to Joshua Tree National Park.

So if you’ve ever wanted to spend a night in The Bachelor mansion, now you can…sort of!

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