Bella Hadid, Anja Rubbing, and a whole lot more followers are going to be heartbroken this Valentine’s Day if they haven’t already booked their flight to Thailand yet. The beach destination is one of the most popular travel spots for lovers around the world, and it’s not difficult to see why. The beaches are gorgeous, there’s a lot of beautiful people around, and hotels are giving away champagne to celebrate V-Day. What’s not to like?

Well, aside from the terrifying thought of spending an entire month in paradise with your special someone, there is one little thing.

The beaches in Thailand aren’t really that special. Sure, they’re beautiful and there’s a lot of them. But that doesn’t mean you’ll get to enjoy them by yourself. The entire country is a paradise for tourists, and the beaches are just a small part of it. There will most certainly be other people around you, whether you want to be with them or not. And that’s going to be a problem for the sensitive among you.

Why Is Solo Travel On a Breakdown Detroyer?

Hotels are built to please everyone. They make sure there’s enough communal space for everyone to hang out and meet new people. They provide food for those who are hungrier than those who are eating out. They make sure guests have everything they need, and they aim to leave a good impression on their patrons by ensuring their stay is as comfortable as possible. A hotel’s key priority is to assure a repeat customer, and they do that by offering a solo traveller a warm welcome and a luxurious experience.

A luxury destination for a romantic getaway? It doesn’t get much more luxurious than a hotel’s B-Team: bellhops, bouncers, and butlers, who are available to provide an excellent level of service to create a memorable experience for you and your partner.

When it comes to romantic getaways, it isn’t always about putting a smile on your significant other’s face. Sometimes, it’s about pouting, and sitting in the shade, with a cocktail in hand, is the perfect way to do that. If you want to surprise your partner with a romantic trip this year, consider a destination with a more personal touch. For example, how about a stay in one of London’s most luxurious hotels? Or how about a trip to Italy, and letting those delicious homemade goodies spoil you and your sweetheart?

No Strings Attached

Hotels are not exactly known for being non-commitment-affirming hotels. There will be plenty of attention paid to you and your partner, and the staff will make sure to ensure you have everything you need for a night to remember. But that’s about it. After that, you’re on your own. The entire hotel will be avoiding you, and your partner will be doing the same. Is that what you really want?

If you’re looking for a place that encourages romance, consider a B&B. What’s more romantic than staying in a hotel where everything seems to revolve around your special someone? A popular choice for V-day is the Love Story Boutique Hotel, which is located in the heart of Hollywood. The hotel is fully equipped with everything you could need for a comfortable night, and it’s the perfect place to propose. The hotel’s attention to detail knows no bounds, and it will surprise you with what they can come up with. From their chocolate-encrusted lips to their vanilla sponge bed with rose petals on the pillow, there will be plenty to celebrate this Valentine’s Day.

A Getaway For Two

While we’re on the topic of romantic holidays, why not extend your stay in paradise and invite some of your friends to join you? There are plenty of luxurious destinations to choose from. And who knows, maybe they’ll even help you work through your differences and patch things up with your sweetheart.

But that’s not what you want is it? You want to escape, and you want to be with your loved one, which is why you’re heading to paradise in the first place. So be smart about it. Head to an airport and find your flight to Thailand immediately. After all, it’s not like you’re going to another country to fall in love with the locals. The beach will still be there when you come back, and if you really need to, you can book another romantic vacation with your significant other in a few years’ time.