Hawaii is one of the most romantic places in the world, and it’s known for being a popular destination for weddings, honeymoons and romantic excursions. So we aren’t surprised that Jillian made her Big Decision on Hawaii’s Big Island yesterday, finally choosing Ed to marry!
As usual, the producers of ABC’s “The Bachelorette” have outdone themselves. This season’s finale was possibly one of the most beautifully shot episodes we’ve seen to date. And, we guess it has something to do with picking the best venues and most scenic hotels in Hawaii for the filming.
In yesterday’s season finale of the Bachelorette, Jillian and her two final bachelors – Ed Swiderski and Kiptyn Locke – went all over Big Island. The dates involved an aerial tour of Kilauea volcano and a private BBQ beside a remote Hilo waterfall in addition to exploring a gorgeous black sand beach!
The couples continued their dates with romantic dinner and “alone time” at several of Hawaii’s best hotels, including the Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii, on the legendary Kohala Coast (the popular northwest side of the island).
The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii is a luxurious 32-acre resort that’s perfect for romantic holidays, family trips and golfers and spa goers.
Crews spent time filming in the 3,736 square foot Fairmont Gold Presidential Suite, which is the nicest suite in the hotel!
Jillian and her bachelor also enjoyed their meal prepared by Sushi Chef Norio Yamamoto who personally prepared items such as tuna tataki and spicy tuna roll for their private dinner.
Read about other luxury hotels in Hawaii that appeared on the Bachelorette, and other hotels in Whistler that appeared on the Bachelorette.