What really happens in the fantasy Suite?

When it comes to going all the way in the fantasy suite on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, some stars are more open about what goes down than others. Following hometown dates, the producers offer the suitor and the final three (or four) contestants a chance to escape the cameras and spend the night together.

Does Bachelor in Paradise have fantasy suites?

Looking back! As we all get excited for Season 8 of “Bachelor in Paradise” to premiere later this month, we’re looking back on an iconic “Paradise” moment in Bachelor Nation history. This week, on the very first season of “Paradise,” the couples headed to the Fantasy Suites for the first time on the beloved show.

What is the purpose of fantasy suite Bachelor?

A staple on both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, the fantasy suite is the night when the cameras disappear, and each of the final three contestants has the opportunity to stay overnight in a luxuriously appointed room with the man or woman they are falling for.

Do they provide condoms in the fantasy suite?

Condoms aren’t provided in the Fantasy Suite dates. “Bachelor” contestant and winner Courtney Robertson revealed in her book “I Didn’t Come Here To Make Friends” that while the Fantasy Suite room is packed with plenty of things, the one thing it doesn’t have is condoms.

How many girls go to the fantasy suite?

Ah, fantasy suites. The Bachelor and Bachelorette’s version of overnight dates involves the lead inviting their top three contestants to spend the night with them sans the cameras and producers.

Has anyone said no to the fantasy suite?

Emily Maynard. The concept of Fantasy Suites made Bachelorette Maynard so uncomfortable she turned them down for all three of her final men, making her the first Bachelorette in history to do so.