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Divorce hotel offers quickie marriage-ending weekends

Sasha Brown-Worsham

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Sasha Brown-Worsham

Sasha Brown-Worsham has written for dozens of publications over the course of her years as a journalist and blogger. She lives outside NYC with her three children, husband, and multiple pets. She is working on her first novel.

Divorce hotel offers splitting couples the chance to enter together, leave apart

Getting a divorce can be months (or even years) of legal headaches, but now a new hotel wants to change all that. The divorce hotel offers semi-quickie divorces in which people can check in as a couple and check out single (with just a few weeks left to process). Sound weird?

The divorce hotel has been in Europe for a while, and the concept has done well. After all, who wouldn't want to have some spa treatments, good food and pay-per-view while going through something that is normally horrifically painful?

The people doing this kind of thing probably don't arrive at the idea to divorce overnight. The dissolution of a marriage happens over time and much heartbreak. So this idea? Is stellar. Once the decision is made, why prolong the agony?

The question, of course, is this: Are these divorcing couples having one last fling? One last roll in the hay before it all ends? The answer: Some are. Some aren't. Some check into separate rooms. And some... don't. Personally, I can't imagine ending a marriage amicably and not wanting to be together one last time for old time's sake. But then again, I don't hate my spouse. An acrimonious divorce is not exactly a turn-on. Though the divorce hotel largely caters to those on friendlier terms. Those who hate each other probably are headed to court and a long, wicked battle.

This seems like a much more civilized procedure. Sometimes marriages just don't work out. It's no one's fault, and no one hates anyone else. This is a great ending for that kind of breakup. And once the tears have been shed and the pain has been expressed, it would be nice to go for a steam, facial and manicure, right?

I can only imagine the relationships that could form here too. So much opportunity. So many single people. This is an idea I would definitely utilize if I ever were to divorce. How about you?

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