For ladies mending a broken heart, THE OUT, New York City’s first "straight-friendly" hotel, is the perfect spot to surround yourself with sexy men who won't break your heart but are ready to dole out compliments. If you happen to be a gay man on the mend, then THE OUT may be the perfect place to meet someone new.
Rates: Starts at $250 per night.
Let out your aggression at Sea Island’s shooting school or work out your frustration on one of three championship golf courses on the Georgia coast. There’s even a bagpiper who plays on the golf course at sunset. Sea Island also has a bevy of testosterone-fueled activities, like salt-marsh kayaking, fishing, boating, a smoking lounge, tennis, and squash courts.
Rates: Starts at $395 per night.
For those who want to relax on the beach, shed a few pounds, and mingle with other singles, The BodyHoliday September Solos retreat may just do the trick. From Sept. 2 to 30, the all-inclusive resort, which has 29 single garden rooms — it's the only Caribbean resort to have dedicated singles rooms — is hosting its September Solos retreat, which includes daily spa treatments, group dinners, nightly cocktail hours, weekly sunset cruises, and champagne concerts. The resort also has organized activities like a zip line tour, sports tournaments, group fitness, and Pilates classes.
Rates: Starts at $389 per person per night.
The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa offers singles the chance to play and party hard. Try your hand at the poker table, dine at celebrity chef restaurants like The Sunroom by Geoffrey Zakarian, Bobby Flay Steak, or Wolfgang Puck American Grille, or get pampered at Spa Toccare. Then, dance your cares away at the hotel’s clubs MIXX and mur.mur, or toast the single life at Gypsy Bar.
Rates: Starts at $329 per night.
Feeling low and the breakup has left you broke? You can still live luxuriously at the new Pod 39 Hotel in Murray Hill. The Single Pod room has a private bathroom, bedside media hubs, free Wi-Fi, and a wall-mounted flat screen television. Guests can connect with new friends in Pod 39’s communal space, which features an interactive screening wall in the lobby where travelers can connect via social media and photo uploads. The 17th-floor Rooftop Lounge is the ultimate gathering space to grab a cocktail with new friends while taking in a panoramic view of Manhattan.
Rates: Starts at $119 per night.