For those of you who don’t watch The Bachelor (?!), tonight marks the finale of season 20, and the end of Ben Higgins’s (swoon) quest for love. While we’ve enjoyed every moment of the journey so far—who could forget Lace’s dramatic exit, the horrendously awkward love lab group date, or Jubilee’s declaration of love for hot dogs ?—some of the most memorable scenes have taken place against exotic backdrops like Mexico City, the Bahamas, and Jamaica.
When we weren’t busy laughing at the unfortunate swine attack in the Bay of Pigs, or cringing at the group’s uncomfortable Spanish lesson, we found ourselves fantasizing about our own Bachelor-inspired spring break vacations. If you’re still lusting after sun and sand, take a look below at every resort featured on the show this season.
Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F.
Week 5 was spent at the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel in the center of Mexico City’s historic Paseo de la Reforma. The accommodations boast a gorgeous courtyard, serene outdoor pool, and delicious dining options. Outside of the hotel, Higgins and his merry band of women tried their hand at the Romance language and battled it out in a Spanish cook-off; Olivia snagged Ben as her cooking partner, effectively winning the group date rose and further alienating the eight remaining contestants. She didn’t come here to make friends!
Grand Isle Resort
The following week, Higgins and the women posted up at the beautiful Grand Isle Resort in Exuma, a district of the Bahamas. The resort was just as excited about its love-hungry guests as we were, and is currently offering a series of Bachelor-inspired vacation specials, like the “Roses in Paradise” package. When the women weren’t chilling at the resort, they were literally being attacked by pigs on one of the, um, most unique group dates we’ve witnessed. Even if you’re not a regular Bachelor viewer, it’s worth watching this episode for a good laugh.
With only three potential Mrs. Higgins’ left on the show, the crew hopped a flight to Jamaica for week 9. Sandals boasts a whopping seven resorts throughout the island—Caila and Lauren stayed at Sandals Royal Plantation, and Jojo scored her own set up at the Sandals Ochi Beach Resort. Week 9 featured the famous Fantasy Suite dates, during which contestants decided if they wanted to spend the night with Higgins. Let’s just say no one slept in their own bed. If you’re dying to live out your own Bachelor fantasy, you can rent all three suites (The Romeo and Juliet Suite, Villa Plantana, and The Governor Suite) featured on the show.