Where was 'Love Island' Season 3 filmed? Here's how you can stay at the exotic villa

You can have your very own 'Love Island' experience at the hotel, hopefully without all the drama and heartbreaks


                            Where was 'Love Island' Season 3 filmed? Here's how you can stay at the exotic villa
Arielle Vanderberg from 'Love Island' (Instagram/ @arielle)

CBS' popular reality dating show 'Love Island' is all set to make a comeback with Season 3. While everybody's focus and attention will be on the budding love and heartbreaks between the contestants (also known as islanders) as they fall in and out of love, one can't miss the very vibrant and colorful interiors of the villa where the twelve hot islanders will be residing for the next few weeks.

'Love Island' Season 3 was filmed in Hilo, Hawaii. The popular dating show's season 1 was filmed in the beautiful island of Fiji, but unfortunately due to the global pandemic, for season 2 the showrunners had to move base to Las Vegas. Although the second season wasn't filmed on an island, as the show's title would suggest, nevertheless, it turned out to be a very successful season. For the third season, the showrunners have decided to honor the show's title once again and have zeroed in on the sunny beaches of Hawaii to film the popular dating show. Read on to know more about where it was filmed, and also how you can stay there.

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Grand Naniloa Hotel, the location of 'Love Island' Season 3 filming (Grand Naniloa Hotel Website)

Where was 'Love Island' Season 3 filmed?

As mentioned earlier 'Love Island' season 3 was filmed in Hilo, Hawaii. The show was reportedly set to be filmed at the Grand Naniloa Hotel in Hilo, as reported by Hawaii Tribune-Herald The report also quotes State Film Commissioner Donne Dawson estimating that the budget for the show is "almost double" the budget of the 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull', the last movie that was shot in Hilo. In case you're wondering what the budget of the 'Indiana Jones' movie was then it was reportedly a whopping $20 million! So, this means 'Love Island's budget might be close to a cool $40 million! The entire Grand Naniloa Hotel has been booked for filming the show. 

Don't worry you won't be stuck watching just the hotel's interiors. Since the Islanders frequently go on dates, you'll get to see the stunning views from all around Hilo! Of late, Hawaii seems to have become a top pick for filming reality shows. USA network's 'Temptation Island' Season 3 too was filmed in Hawaii last year.

How can you stay in 'Love Island'?

Even though you aren't a Love Islander, but still wish to have the 'Love Island' experience then we got it covered for you. Since the recent 'Love Island' was filmed at the Grand Nailoa Hotel, you can simply make a booking at the popular hotel to get the whole experience. Although we can't promise you anything on the budding romance and heartbreak front while you're vacationing at the hotel. It also happens to be the largest hotel in Hawaii. The hotel has a nine-hole golf course, the only one in Hilo. It also has a small swimming pool and stands directly on Hilo Bay.

The luxury hotel has several rooms and suites options with oceanfront views. While a standard room will set you back by $245-$289 per night, a suite ranges from $380 to $422 per night, as per the Hotel's website. The room charges include Guest internet access; parking; Big Island Breeze daily beverage for 2; snorkel rental for 2; 9-hole executive golf course with clubs & cart, 2 rounds daily for 2; 20% off evening volcano explorer tour; local and toll-free calls.

A room inside the Grand Naniloa Hotel (Grand Naniloa Hotel Website)

Currently, all the rooms are sold out due to 'Love Island' filming, but you can book your stay from August 20 onwards. So, what are you waiting for, you can have your very own 'Love Island' experience at the hotel, hopefully without all the drama and heartbreaks. 

'Love Island' Season 3 is all set to premiere with a 90-minute episode on Wednesday, July 7 at 9.30 PM ET/PT on CBS.

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