The one thing I HATE about taking vacation is packing. If you feel the same then you might want to stay at this vacation destination where no clothes are required.

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Yup, you read that right, no clothes are needed because these are naked vacation destinations. Now, myself I would never be able to stay at a place like this, but if you feel the need to keep the clothes home and run around in your birthday suit, well then here's where you can go on your next vacation.

In Niles, Illinois (just outside of Chicago) you will want to stay at King Spa & Sauna. An oasis of lounging all day in a robe (or not a robe) and getting pampered like a Queen of King. According to Orbitz, nudity is mandatory, but you will feel safe will all of the guidelines and procedures that the spa has in order. You will receive a rob to wear in communal areas, but for everything else you are naked. After looking online at this spa, it looks amazing, but I'm gonna be honest, I am not comfortable with people seeing me naked. In the frequently asked questions, the spa describes their dress policy as

King Spa provides loungewear for our guests. We have sizes M-3XL. Inside the wet spa area is a all nude policy. Swimsuits are prohibited.

So, if this is your cup of tea and you do try it out, I would love to know your experience of your trip and if you would ever go again. I didn't realize that there were so many places to take a nude vacation in Illinois, but man was I surprised when I started searching. Might not want to take the kids with you on this vacation.


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