Inside the seriously lavish Mexican hotel where the Love is Blind couples stayed

Netflix 's Love is Blind has had us glued to our screens from the moments where the couples met in the pods, got engaged… and all of the drama that ensued before their big days.

Then of course there are have been all of the romantic settings from their cosy pods to the lavish resort where they got to know each other before meeting the families and planning their weddings.

The pods themselves were custom-built at Pinewood Atlanta Studios so you won't be able to visit them, but the good news is that you can recreate the couples' luxury holidays in Mexico.

That's because the trip didn't take place on a set – instead, they jet-setted off to the luxurious Mexican resort Grand Velas Riviera Maya , near the bustling Playa del Carmen.

When we say luxurious, we mean it.

For a start, a stay in one of the resort's Grand Class suites are 1,377 sq. foot and offer up incredible oceanfront views.

Then there's the king-size bed with plush linens, a huge marble bath with a Jacuzzi tub, a rain shower and even space for a massage table should you want some in-room pampering.

Other highlights include a private terrace with a plunge pool – which proved popular with the couples during their stay, as it led to many romantic moments.

They won't have needed to lift a finger, with suites boasting a pillow menu, daily turndown service, a walk-in closet to store their clothes, a lounge area with a sofa for relaxing, and heaps more perks.

Of course the couples did manage to tear themselves away from their suites to enjoy some quality time by the pool – and they had three pools to choose from. (One of the pools was the unfortunate setting for the showdown between Diamond and Carlton).

If the pool doesn't appeal, then the resort also offers a beach, where we saw Amber and Barnett enjoy a picnic date.

For couples after some quality time together, there's plenty of opportunity to make memories; guests have access to a jam-packed activities programme including snorkeling, kayaking, boogie boards, yoga and pilates, not to mention the countless excursions that can be organised.

Guests who take a leaf out of Gigi and Damian's book and opt for spa treatments will have a plethora of choice thanks to the extensive treatment menu on offer – and while they opted for outdoor massages, the resort's spa does have an indoor section complete with its hydrotherapy pools.

When it came to dinner dates, the couples had a choice of the resort's five signature restaurants spanning everything from gourmet Mexican dishes to classic French cuisine and even Mediterranean inspired offerings.

Or, like the couples, suite guests can opt for in-room dining if they're looking to make the most of their private terraces.

Feeling inspired to have your own romantic break? The hotel has launched a Love is Blind themed package which includes heaps of the perks and luxury experiences which the couples got to enjoy during their stay.

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