Where is the New Love Is Blind Filmed?

October 3, 2023

Love Is Blind is back with a new season, and this time, the show is putting to the test the age-old saying "opposites attract." The series stars singles who communicate only through their voice from inside purpose-built pods, choosing who to engage with based on emotional frequency matches. Then, they meet each other and decide if it's a match to take to the next level of the experiment. The show premiered Sept. 22 on Netflix and has already captivated viewers with its high drama and intense dating sessions.

In each of its three seasons to date, Love Is Blind has cast its contestants from a different city so that they're potentially matched with people from their local area. The first season was filmed in Atlanta, Georgia; the second in Chicago, Illinois; and this season is based in Dallas, Texas. Then, the couples head off on a luxury honeymoon vacation.

For season 4, the lucky (or unlucky) couples stayed at TRS Yucatan Hotel in Quintana Roo, Mexico. The five-star resort boasts a spa and wellness center, poolside suites, aqua excursions, six restaurants and bars, and more. Guests can also dine at Fig & Olive, where frontrunner couple Aaliyah and Uche meet face-to-face for the first time in Episode 3.

After leaving the pods, the couples will return to Seattle to continue navigating their relationships in the real world. The show has filmed in several locations throughout the Emerald City, including self-pour wine and beer cafe Rapport and Fogon Cocina Mexicana on E Pine Street near Volunteer Park. Community news blog Capitol Hill Seattle has even spotted the cast and crew hanging out at the Seattle Asian Art Museum and Cal Anderson Park.

David Sunnyside
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