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20 spectacular hotels for solo travel to plan some post-lockdown alone time

From: The Telegraph
By: Venus Wong

Coronavirus has meant social distancing for us all, and lockdown poses a particular challenge to those that live alone. For those looking after dependants though, perhaps while juggling working from home, solitude might seem like a blessing- and the first thing to be taking advantage of when this is all over.

So, whether you’ve developed a newfound appreciation for your own company, or are simply in need of a break for one, here are 20 of our favourite hotels for solo travellers.

Exploring a destination on your own is an entirely different experience from travelling with a companion. Solo travel leaves more room for surprises, spontaneity, socialising – or solitary contemplation, depending on what you’re in the mood for. Lured by the freedom and endless possibilities, more and more people are actively choosing to take a trip alone. According to a report released by ABTA, the number of people holidaying on their own has tripled since 2011.

Eager to tap into the trend, hotels have made strides to attract this type of guest by rethinking its design, from offering stylish single-occupant rooms to creating public spaces to better foster mingling. Here, we’ve curated a list of the top hotels that are doing it right, categorised by the type of solo adventure you’re hoping to embark on, from remote silent retreats to smart city hotels .

Switch off from the world

Bliss Sanctuary for Women, Bali, Indonesia

A hotel focused on spa, wellness and healing- with no children or couples in sight – sounds like the ultimate dream. This female-only retreat collection , with locations in Seminyak, Canggu and Ubud, promises to deliver all of the above – and then some. Different experience packages offer a number of luxurious (if slightly over-the-top) add-ons: flower petal baths , tarot card readings and personal drivers. Ulimited spa treatments include Balinese, Thai and hot stone massages. Guests can also choose to partake in a range of exciting activities, such as rice paddy bike rides , temple and forest tours and excursions to outlying islands.

One week packages from £1.725

For more information see blisssanctuaryforwomen.com.

Bliss Sanctuary for Women offers unlimited spa treatments and jungle view rooms

Bliss Sanctuary for Women offers unlimited spa treatments and jungle-view rooms – with no children or couples in sight

APRIL 2020

Bliss Sanctuary For Women, empowering women to travel solo with a tailored Bali retreat holiday just for you.

Follow your bliss your way with an experience completely tailored to you. More than a retreat for women, it’s your personal time out for rejuvenation and wellness. This Bali holiday is free of group schedules so you can choose to do as much or as little as you like. From unlimited sightseeing, unlimited massages, unlimited yoga, meditation, healers, plentiful and yummy food, shopping, personal drivers to take you anywhere you would like to go…  it’s all up to you.

Check out our Bali Packages and remember they are all completely flexible so you can change anything you would like once here.

We would love to meet you!

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