Many people are very excited about the newest Real Housewives spinoff: Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip, which is set to premiere on Peacock November 18. It’s the ultimate real housewives mashup, featuring cast members from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Atlanta, New Jersey, and New York. You’ll be able to watch favorites like Ramona Singer, Melissa Gorga, Teresa Giudice, Dorinda Medley, Kyle Richards, Cynthia Bailey, Kenya Moore, and Luann De Less. From their hometowns to spots they have visited on the shows, we’ve put together the ultimate girls trip for any Real Housewives fan.
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Turks and Caicos
For a true RHONY experience, as well as the setting for the newest series, you can take a luxurious getaway to Turks and Caicos and stay at Triton Luxury Villa. Starting at $9500 a night, you and fifteen friends can have your own getaway, hopefully with less drama than we’ve seen with the Housewives! You can visit restaurants da Conch Shack and Fire and Ice, sip a cocktail, soak in the suns rays, and pretend to be a Real Housewife!
You can easily live like a reality star in Beverly Hills. Visit XIV Karats to stock up on jewelry so you can accessories like a Housewife, get glowing skin at Face Haus, and enjoy a meal and beverage at Lisa Vanderpump’s Sur Restaurant and Bar.
The RHOBH made a trip to Rome in season ten, staying at the luxurious Villa Agrippina Gran Melia. You can do the touristy things the group did, like visit the Spanish Steps, and the Trevi Fountain, and eat delicious food at Nannarella and the hotel’s restaurant Ossimoro.
Perhaps one of the most iconic hotels in the world, the RHOBH stayed at Atlantis, the Palm, featuring the spectacular underwater suite, which, of course, they had to check out, and so can you! See all of the sights using Local Dubai Tours, shop at Souk Madinat Jumeriah, dine at Nobu, and visit with sea lions at Sea Lion Point—just like the Housewives!
In season twelve, the RHONY visited Newport, Rhode Island, not too far from their New York City homes. To experience the smallest state in the nation like only the housewives can, stay at Castle Hill Inn, and eat at the Clark Cooke House, spot of the infamous ravioli throwing incident.
The Real Housewives of Orange County visited Jamaica during season thirteen, and it’s the perfect spot for a girls getaway. Stay where the Housewives stayed—the Jewel Grande Montego Bay Resort & Spa.
Both the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Atlanta visited Puerto Rico, so there are plenty of spots to visit for the perfect girls getaway. For the glorious ocean views the ladies had, stay at El Conquistador Resort, enjoy delicious food like the RHOBH did at Trois Cent Onze or have a follow in the footsteps of the RHOA and have a relaxing time at Olive Boutique.
In Season twelve, the RHOC took a trip to Iceland. With super affordable flights from all over the United States, you too can experience the beauty of Iceland just like the Housewives! Book your stay at Hotel Ranga, a luxury countryside hotel an hour away from Reykjavik. You can be awed just like the ladies were at the Skogafoss waterfall, and, after exploring the falls, enjoy a bite to eat at the Skogafoss Bistro. For exceptional views, and to see where drama unfolded, visit the Solhemajokull Glacier.
In the most recent season of RHONY, the ladies visited Salem MA, a historic spot for women’s history, which makes for a super fun girls trip. Stay in the reportedly haunted Hawthorne Hotel, enjoy some delicious Italian food as the women did at Bella Verona, and of course, you must do all things Salem: a seance at Omen, visit Salem 1630: Pioneer Village, and take fun photos at Witch Pix.
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