You Can Actually Stay At The Resort Where This Season Of The Bachelorette Was Filmed

This year, pretty much everything has changed, and most of that change has been extremely stressful. So when news broke that season 16 of The Bachelorette would not be filming at the same mansion Bachelor Nation has been virtually visiting for years, it may well have been an anxiety breaking point. Fans should not fear this particular change though, because the dramatic new season was shot at a breathtaking locale that you can actually visit.



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La Quinta Resort & Club will serve as the backdrop for the entire upcoming season of The Bachelorette, which premieres tonight on ABC. La Quinta is a Waldorf Astoria resort located in Greater Palm Springs, surrounded by the Santa Rosa Mountains. According to a La Quinta spokesperson, since opening in 1926, the property has become known as the “original desert hideaway” for the Hollywood elite — from stars like Greta 

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Where Was ‘The Bachelorette’ Filmed? How to Book a Stay at the California Resort

This season of The Bachelorette looks a lot different from those past, mainly because of the location. Clare Crawley and suitors didn’t spend any time at the Bachelor Mansion due to COVID. Instead, they bunked up at a glamorous resort, which you can definitely visit—when it’s safe to travel again, of course.



Clare Crawley meets Riley on night one of "The Bachelorette" Season 16.


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Clare Crawley meets Riley on night one of “The Bachelorette” Season 16.

Instead of the cast traveling the world, or even throughout the California area, all of the Bachelorette filming took place at the La Quinta Resort and Club, a Waldorf Astoria Resort. It’s located in La Quinta, California, which is super-close to Indio, where Coachella usually takes place. So, next time you’re headed to the music festival (whenever it resumes, post-COVID), you might want to check it out, to get a slice of that Bachelorette lifestyle. Why exactly producers of The Bachelorette chose to

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All About the Resort Where S16 of The Bachelorette Was Filmed – E! Online

Fact: There are several elephants in the room when it comes to season 16 of The Bachelorette.

Longtime host Chris Harrison has teased an “explosive” premiere unlike any other. And as Bachelor Nation fanatics already know, Tayshia Adams, 30, is expected to swoop in and replace Clare Crawley, 39, as the star at some point. When, why, and how? We don’t exactly know for sure. 

But one thing’s clear: Clare and the lineup of men cast as her suitors will not be seen roaming about the Bachelor Mansion, Villa de la Vina, when it’s time to kick off the lovefest. Though production for The Bachelorette was initially scheduled to begin in March, the coronavirus pandemic seriously delayed filming to July, where the task of finding Clare the one was flipped entirely on its head. 

So what’s the replacement for Villa de la Vina? This season was filmed at

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Tom Cruise Filmed ‘Mission Impossible’ in Hospital With Over 100 COVID Patients

Tom Cruise has come under fire for filming his latest Mission: Impossible movie in a hospital where there are coronavirus patients present.



Tom Cruise wearing a suit and tie: Tom Cruise makes a surprise appearance to discuss "Top Gun: Maverick" during 2019 Comic-Con International at San Diego Convention Center on July 18, 2019 in San Diego, California.


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Tom Cruise makes a surprise appearance to discuss “Top Gun: Maverick” during 2019 Comic-Con International at San Diego Convention Center on July 18, 2019 in San Diego, California.

The Hollywood star is making headlines in Europe for the scandal where it has been reported that an army of actors, crew and technicians have descended on the Italian capital for the seventh movie in the long-running franchise.

The historic Policlinico Umberto I hospital in Rome is being used as one of the locations for the action film with filming spotted on a first-floor balcony.

Italian newspaper La Repubblica reports that the crew were using a private elevator that had been allocated to the hospital’s COVID-19 wards, withs workers describing the production as “chaotic.”

“The other day

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