Some hotels go all out to provide a sexy space for travelers looking to up the romance level, whether they’re celebrating a honeymoon, anniversary, or hey -- simply a kids-free Saturday. The more modest features these hotels offer include steamy whirlpool tubs or intimacy kits in the minibars, while more elaborate options include rooms equipped with erotic photographs, round beds, and mirrored ceilings. We searched for some of the naughtiest, most NSFW guest rooms and found the top options at the following 10 hotels. Check them out below to make your next vacation an amorous one!
Calling itself “England’s most Rock ‘n’ Roll hotel” certainly gives the upper-middle-range Hotel Pelirocco a lot to live up to, but it makes a sterling effort. The individually themed rooms are often risque in nature — with names containing burlesque, boudoir, and nookie. The Koibito Love room is modeled after a Japanese love hotel, with a raised bed and two-person bath, while the Lovers Lair suite has a round bed, mirror above the bed, and a dancing pole, plus a big bathtub. In addition to the room decor, the hotel offers Koibito love kits that contain an array of toys and boudoir photography sessions. Various packages can be booked with champagne, breakfast in bed, and in-room massages.
The all-inclusive Desire Riviera Maya Resort is an adults-only, clothing-optional resort that attracts everyone from older married couples to young nudists to swingers. This couples-only hotel is a popular place for those interested in a raucous vacation since guests are typically in the buff and sex is allowed in public spaces like the Jacuzzi Lounge and Sin Room — which has round beds and playful touches for those who want to take part in sexual games with their partners or other guests. All rooms have a sexy feel but the more provocative room category is the Desire Suites, which have daily sparkling wine delivered, a Kama Sutra-inspired mural above the two-person whirlpool, and a tantra essentials gift box.
The upscale, 1,720-room Sahara Las Vegas has undergone extensive renovations since it was once the iconic Sahara Resort & Casino. Designed by acclaimed French designer Philippe Starck, the property mixes elements of the property’s past with strikingly modern decor, which — in some rooms — means the addition of mirrors on the ceilings above the beds. Minibars also come stocked with intimacy kits — condoms, lubricant, and a vibrator — for “sinners.” Hotel features include multiple outdoor pools with a hip vibe, a 21-and-over club with DJs, several stellar restaurants, and room service for an indulgent getaway.
The 159-room Andaz San Diego is one of the sleekest hotels in the Gaslamp Quarter, offering a modern design, a popular rooftop lounge, and pool, and a sexy wine bar. All of the rooms are chic and well-outfitted with intimacy kits, but for an extra sexy getaway, consider a stay in the huge Andaz Star Suite, which has king-size bunk beds, a separate king-size room, erotic photos, and a group-friendly rainfall shower. Another top option is the Andaz Sweet Suite, which has a luxe glass-walled bathroom, complete with a deep soaking tub and large shower.
Situated in the Pigalle quarter near the Moulin Rouge and Basilica of the Sacred Heart, the Hotel Amour attracts fashionable Parisian youth with its hip restaurant and bar. The hotel itself was inspired by the Japanese model of love hotels, and common areas are decorated in moody tones and erotic artwork. Rooms are individually designed, though all reflect the main intention of the hotel — to arouse couples through the display of erotic decor. Those interested in an erotic hotel experience should book the Supérieure or Large Double Room; each is filled with either erotic photographs or phallic furniture.
A throwback to the glory days of heart-shaped bathtubs and kitschy theme decor, Cove Haven Resort is a couples-only property stuck in the summer of love. A honeymoon destination since the 1960s, this Poconos getaway has become an American institution whose founder invented the heart-shaped Sweetheart Tub. All rooms have round beds with a copious amount of mirrors, many on the ceilings. Most feature heart-shaped whirlpool tubs with split-level sitting areas that have fireplaces and TVs. However, we recommend booking the Champagne Tower Suite, which has a seven-foot Champagne Glass Whirlpool bath for two, a glass-enclosed, heated heart-shaped pool, a dry sauna, and a massage table with a heat lamp.
The three-tower Palms Casino Resort is an off-the-Strip Las Vegas hotel that’s known for its fun parties, excellent casino and pool complex, and celebrity stopovers. While all of the sleek, modern guest rooms come with fun intimacy kits, the two-bedroom Make Good Choices Suite is particularly erotic choice, as it has a large living room, bar area, and an open-plan bathroom with a huge shower and stand-alone tub that can easily fit two people. Twenty-four-hour room service ensures romancing couples never have to leave their room.
A glamorous, ultra-hip hangout, the 169-room Hotel ZaZa Dallas is a cool alternative to the luxurious but sometimes stuffy hotels in Uptown Dallas. Guests and locals mingle at the gourmet restaurant, Dragonfly, and at Poolside, the site of outdoor cocktail parties and live DJs year-round. The atmosphere throughout is romantic and sexy, and that continues into the trendy rooms. For an extra special suite option, we love the Erotica Suite, which is tricked out with an oversized bathtub and plenty of fur and silk accents. The Shag-a-Delic Suite is another suitable option, with a mirror angled over the bed, lava lamps, “love beads,” and of course, shag carpet. Minibars with intimacy kits are provided in rooms.
The Five Hotel is a 25-room boutique property that appeals to those looking for a romantic, reasonable stay on the Left Bank in Paris. Decor is lush and atmospheric, especially the sultry, fire-engine red lounge, called the Love Capsule, which has an honesty bar. Rooms are similarly sultry, particularly the Suite With Private Outdoor Jacuzzi, as it has an outdoor whirlpool, artsy photos, bathrobes, and rose petals strewn atop the bed. Guests can add the Glamour Package to their stay, which comes with a half bottle of Champagne and a Lovebox with various sexy goodies.
For another sultry option in Paris, consider Hotel Vice Versa, a 37-room property whose theme is the seven deadly sins, one per floor, with heaven in the lobby and hell (with steam room) in the basement. The creative, over-the-top decor is by lingerie designer Chantal Thomass. For a naughty getaway, book one of the Lust rooms, which are decorated in pink and black hues, have heart-shaped mirrors above the beds, heart-shaped chairs, and risque photographs and wall decals. Guests can also opt to add a Lovebox, champagne, and rose petals to their room.