Love Island 2019: FIRST look inside the villa – with amazing new hideaway twist

Hotly anticipated dating show Love Island will return to our screens on Monday.

After announcing the new lineup, fans have now been treated to the first look inside the villa – where the contestants will spend the majority of their summer.

As always, the villa is very impressive with a large infinity pool and a spacious outside area with plenty of areas for the Islanders to relax.

This year, a neon colour theme runs throughout with hot pink cushions, yellow bean bags and vibrant blue pillows.

Sayings such as cracking on, breadcrumbing, swipe left, swipe right, bye Felicia are all dotted around the villa in eye-catching font.

The hideaway has had a revamp, featuring red and pink decor to set the romantic mood – with a large throw placed at the end of the comfy-looking bed.

There’s also a secret cupboard in the hideaway where contestants will find things to make their stay more fun, such as champagne and strawberries dipped in chocolate.


It’s no doubt we’ll see this year’s contestants spending time in the outdoor gym when they’re not cooking in the kitchen or having secret chats on the upstairs balcony.

In case you thought Love Island wasn’t quite steamy enough, the new series is going to have a big twist.

The hot tub, which will no doubt be filled with the new bombshells, will be moved from the decking area into the seductive hideaway bedroom.



In the past islanders have complained about the hot tub’s location citing that it was too hot and would attract flies and wasps.

The hope is that moving it into the hideaway will encourage contestants to take advantage of it more.

Love Island boss Richard Cowles told The Sun: “The hot tub has moved. The hot tub is now in The Hideaway – it wasn’t getting enough use.




“Now islanders will be able to go on dates to The Hideaway and have a night in the hot tub.”

In addition to the hot tub move there will also be 73 cameras in the villa to capture all the action.

Love Island launches Monday 3 June at 9pm on ITV2.



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