Take 3: Child-free hotels

Sat, Oct 5, 2013, 01:00

Premier Romance Boutique Hotel,
Hurghada, Egypt
The name says a lot – as Romeo’s beau Juliet would have agreed – and this “Premier Romance” hotel on a private beach with white sands and blue waters, offers first-class lovers sunset strolls, pools, restaurants, and a spa. Relaxation is on oversized beach loungers beneath giant umbrellas. Doubles from €110.

Hotel Colón Guanahaní, Tenerife, Spain
Adrianhoteles. com
“We want to welcome travellers who are looking for an unforgettable and quiet holiday,” says owner Rafael Adrián who has decided to turn this into an adults-only hotel on November 1st. The 154-room hotel has two saltwater pools, a spa – whose treatments include being slathered in chocolatey goo and a hot-stone massage – and two restaurants. Doubles from €140.

Komandoo, Maldives
This resort is geared towards honeymooners and others who want to relax in peace on this small island in the Indian Ocean, surrounded by white sandy beaches and warm blue water glowing with coral gardens. All 65 villas are on the beach or in the lagoon and each has at least partially open-air bathrooms, some with Jacuzzis. Doubles from $350 (€259) half board.

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