Inside the all new luxury villa in Too Hot To Handle season two on Netflix
The series is back next week!
Too Hot To Handle is back next week, and now we can finally have a look around the all new villa being used for season two of the dating show. Last season the cast were put up in Mexico, and this year they are spending the retreat in a $12k a night home in the Caribbean.
The new villa is in the Turtle Tail peninsula on Turks & Caicos Islands. It’s set over 8,000 square feet and has two private beaches, so the singles will have loads of space to relax when they’re desperately trying not to touch one another. It’s bright, modern and full of gorgeous furniture too.
On the Netflix YouTube channel, luxury house expert and queen of Selling Sunset, Christine Quinn, has given us a full tour of the new house. She shows us the incredible bedroom, stunning views, and yes there is a private suite where the contestants will no doubt break the no touching rules.
It also comes with its own freestanding bath, a glam room, an infinity pool and a ridiculous amount of outdoor space. The villa is also home to a workshop and meditation area, which will probably host some of the tasks similar to what the cast of season one got up to, when they really learnt about themselves.
The video on the YouTube channel concludes that the villa is 100 per cent Christine Quinn approved, which is enough for me. Plus, the location the villa is on is simply drop dead gorgeous – here are some pictures of the grounds:
From the looks of the video, the villa is Turtle Tail Estate on Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands. The estate, when it’s not being taken over by Netflix, boasts five bedrooms, a movie theatre, gym and media rooms, a private chef, butlers and a tennis court. It’s described as a “spectacular compound with the amenities of an ultra-luxury resort.”
It’s all booked for the next two summers, but if you want to book it, it will set you back $12,000 a day after taxes. Yes, a day.
We will watch ten hot singles enter the villa next Wednesday (June 23rd) and the final episodes will be uploaded onto Netflix the following Wednesday.
Watch a full ~Christine Quinn approved~ tour of the Too Hot To Handle season two villa here:
Too Hot To Handle season two will be available on Netflix from June 23rd. For all the latest Netflix news, drops, quizzes and memes like The Holy Church of Netflix on Facebook.