->''Does interstellar stress have you down? Can't perform like you used to? Time for you to take a break. Time for you to treat yourself nice. Time for you to take a trip...to Flexor V. The only Delta resort in the Erogenous Zone. Open all solar time. Come to Flexor V. Because what happens on Flexor V, stays on Flexor V.''
-->-- ''[[Literature/RodAlbrightAlienAdventures Alien Adventure: The Adventure]]'' by John Freda

One of the many PlanetsOfHats where the theme of this entire planet is to enjoy yourself. This usually means [[BeachEpisode sandy beaches]] and [[MaleGaze women]] [[SexTourism in revealing outfits]]. This can also qualify for a planet that is "paradise", for which it's so good that no one would want to leave. If that is the case, then it may double as a [[LotusEaterMachine Lotus Eater Planet.]]

Expect either the [[BusmansHoliday Busman to take his Holiday]] here or a ForcedPrizeFight to ensnare our heroes. If this planet gets angry when anyone tries to leave, it may be a PossessiveParadise.

If you're looking for ''Disney/TreasurePlanet'', then you [[BlatantLies probably just hit a few different letters on accident]].



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* One ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' NonSerialMovie had a suspiciously Las Vegas-esque land that was under threat.
* The Hot Springs Planet from ''Manga/OutlawStar'' was terraformed specifically to be a giant resort.
* ''Anime/KiddyGirlAnd'' has an entire planet that serve as a resort where only females are allowed, and the dress code is they all must wear swimsuits.
* Whiskey Peak was this in ''Manga/OnePiece.'' They welcome with open arms any and all pirates, partying for an entire day when they land ashore. This is all a facade, for all of the inhabitants are bounty hunters for the crime syndicate Baroque Works.

* Lobo once landed on a similar planet. After a while he got bored so he hacked into the planet communication systems and sent a broadcast, declaring that within a short time he will start killing everyone in sight. He never did but the resulting hysteria created much more amusing violence than he could hope to himself.
* The Franchise/DCUniverse had the gamblers' world Ventura and [[http://i130.photobucket.com/albums/p278/lammal412/Raggashoon1.jpg Raggashoon]] in the ''Omega Men'' story "Of Vice and Virtue".
* In French artist Philippe Druillet's early seventies art book/graphic novel ''Loane Sloane - Delirius'' takes place partly on the planet Delirius, "the planet of one hundred thousand pleasures", which is devoted to providing sex and other forms of debauchery to tourists from all over the universe. It is run by a wealthy, fat, Jabba-like slug of a governor who taxes those who would partake in the pleasures of Delirius.
* ''Franchise/StarWars'' has the Zeltrons, a species devoted to nothing but sex and pleasure. Accordingly their homeworld, Zeltros, is a pleasure planet.
* ''ComicBook/{{Shakara}}'': Euphoriax is a spatial city that sits on the edge of a nebula made of alcohol, which they collect to serve to their customers besides the other pleasures on offer.
* ''Sextillion'' from ''ComicBook/{{Saga}}'' is the galaxy's equivalent to Amsterdam, having prostitutes of countless bizarre species.

* In [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/6263444/1/Transition Transition]], Jinx and Raven end up stranded on a planet that seemingly adapts to their needs and desires, it later turns out it's a GeniusLoci.
* The 1980 ''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}'' movie had Princess Aura try to tempt Flash into joining her for a tryst on her personal pleasure moon, Cytherea. "Cytherean" is a somewhat archaic adjective describing matters concerning Aphrodite, namely sex and pleasure (hence the name of the moon).
* The planet Transsexual from ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'' is likely this based on the way its inhabitants will sleep with AnythingThatMoves. The script for the unmade sequel, ''Script/RevengeOfTheOldQueen'' confirms it.
* Contraxia from ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'' is implied to be. The only part we see is a robot brothel.

* ''Franchise/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy''
** The beach planet Ursa Minor Beta (which is also home to the publishers of the eponymous Guide). It is mentioned that the planet's tourism bureau once ran an ad campaign with the slogan "when you are tired of Ursa Minor Beta, you are tired of life." And the galaxy's suicide rate quadrupled overnight.
** It also had the fabulously beautiful planet of Bethselamin, whose government grew so concerned by the cumulative erosion effects of billions of tourist visitors, that they passed a law whereby any net imbalance between what you eat and what you excrete while visiting that world is surgically removed before you are allowed to leave. Thus, it is vitally important to get a receipt each time you go to the bathroom there. In the TV version we get to see what happens to somebody who forgot. [[spoiler:(His hand was amputated by power tools and replaced by a prosthetic).]]
** And of course, Magrathea will build planets specifically tailored for ''you''. Want a planet made out of solid gold? What about one where everything's made of jello? The pebbles on the beaches are all precious jewels? [[GenesisEffect Magrathea can build it]].
** Eroticon VI's most famous inhabitant is [[MultiBoobage triple breasted]] whore, Eccentrically Galumbits.
* Kalgan, in the ''Literature/{{Foundation}}'' series. Unusually for this kind of planet, Kalgan manages to become a major political center, with the would-be GalacticConqueror [[JustTheFirstCitizen The]] [[PsychicPowers Mule]] choosing it as his home base and, even after that ended, remaining a galactic power.
* The third ''Literature/{{Spaceforce}}'' book is set on Fantasia, the galaxy's greatest 'theme world' - an asteroid enclosed in an atmosphere shell and terraformed into a series of themed islands. It's supposed to be wholesome and educational family entertainment, banning alcohol and drugs [[spoiler: so it's ironic that it turns out to be the source of the galaxy's latest and most dangerous illegal recreational drug]].
* Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold's ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'':
** Beta Colony has some elements of this, a warm planet (downright lethal outside of the [[DomedHometown habitats/caves in fact]]) where everyone walks around in sarongs and free love is the rule, but they are rather competent and not devoted to pleasure full time.\\
Indeed it is widely known as home to numerous centers of education, science, and technology. However it is ''also'' home to places where almost any sexual experience imaginable involving the consenting can be found. Sending someone to the former and finding out they have been nosing around the latter....
** And then there was Ryoval's on Jackson's Whole, where every sexual experience involving the ''unconsenting'' can be purchased for the right price.
* "Sanctuary" in ''Literature/StarshipTroopers'' is essentially a planet used for soldiers' R&R.
* ''Literature/{{Hyperion}}'' deconstructs this trope with Maui-Covenant, a once-beautiful planet that has been much harmed by tourism.
* Venus is portrayed this way in the [[MarsAndVenusGenderContrast "Mars and Venus"]] self-help books. Venus is a {{Utopia}} filled with women (and maybe some effeminate men) who spend all their time daydreaming about the Martian princes they just ''know'' are coming, as well as cafes, parks, museums, and shops. Meanwhile, Mars is [[MenActWomenAre a much more utilitarian place where men (and maybe some masculinized women) live and work]] [[PlanetOfHats (with hats and uniforms to denote social status)]]...and find time to build telescopes to [[ThePeepingTom gawk at the Venusians]] and eventually spaceships to visit them.
* Despite being unusually high up MohsScaleOfSciFiHardness for a SpaceOpera series, ''Literature/TheLostFleet'' has at least one of these. When the titular fleet happens to pass through that star system, its economy is in [[RealityEnsues about the state you'd expect]] of a place whose primary industry is tourism after almost a century of all-out war.

* ''Franchise/StarTrek''
** ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''
*** "Shore Leave". The episode takes place on a planet where aliens went for amusement and the Enterprise crew found danger and weirdness.
*** "The Man Trap" had a throwaway reference to "Wrigley's Pleasure Planet" by Crewman Darnell. The planet itself has quite on lot of speculation on [[http://fetishfuel.wikia.com/wiki/Star_Trek Trek's Fetish Fuel Page]]. There has been FanFic suggesting that it's the same planet as Risa (from ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''), during an unfortunate flirtation with corporate sponsorship.
** ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''
*** The franchise firmly plants this trope in the planet Risa. Introduced in ''TNG'' and seen at least once in every spin off since (except, for obvious reasons, ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''). The German word "reise", which is pronounced exactly like Risa, means "vacation."
*** Episode "Justice". The planet Rubicun III is a idealistic paradise with friendly inhabitants [[WebSite/SFDebris made up solely of blond haired blue eyed white people]] until the crew discovers its hidden dangers.
* ''Series/BabylonFive''
** The Mars city New Vegas is very heavily implied to be such a place, right down to the name.
** The characters in ''Series/{{Crusade}}'' come across a destroyed planet that supplementary material describes as being one for aliens. It was also mentioned that there's a "Disney Planet".
* ''Franchise/BattlestarGalactica''
** The original ''Series/BattlestarGalactica1978'' featured the casino resort world of Carillon, which turned out to be a way to keep the alien workers of the GreenRocks mines on the same planet supplied with Film/SoylentGreen foodstuffs, as well as the tourist liner Rising Star, a ship with casinos and hotel rooms where Viper pilots liked to go on leave.
** ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'' had the resort ship, ''Cloud-9'', where ''Galactica'' members were sent for R&R. [[spoiler:(Before Gina blew it up, anyway).]] Also, before it got nuked, Scorpia was the resident [[PlanetOfHats "tourist resort economy" planet]] of the Twelve Colonies ([[AllThereInTheManual if we can believe the fluff]]).
* The late-1970's ''Series/{{Buck Rogers|InTheTwentyFifthCentury}}'' TV series had an episode titled "Vegas in Space". They re-used the sets and props from Carillon on ''Series/BattlestarGalactica1978'' (the shows were made by the same people).
* ''Series/DoctorWho''
** The planet Midnight, a planet made of beautiful gems and amazing sights, but deadly to anyone who touched its sunlight. Naturally, humanity built a resort there. And naturally for the Doctor, things go horribly wrong...
** The planet Argolis in "The Leisure Hive". The only facility on the planet is the eponymous hive; a high-end resort attracting tourists from across the galaxy.
* The ''Series/RedDwarf'' episode "Back to Reality" mentions The Planet of the Nymphomanics.
* ''Series/{{Farscape}}''. The crew of Moya are basically kicked off the ship by Pilot due to their constant bickering so they take a sojourn on [=LoMo=], called a pleasure planet in-universe. As usual, they manage to get in trouble. The trope is deconstructed, since while it looks like this to visitors the system is based on murderous drug cartels and forced prostitution.
* ''Series/{{Lexx}}'' had a couple of pleasure ships in separate episodes - the Seles Pleasure Transport and the Luvliner. Neither of them quite lived up to expectations, and predictably both of them got trashed. Season 3 had the planet Water, which could have been a pleasure planet if it hadn't been constantly at war with its neighbor Fire. Astonishingly enough, during a lull in hostilities [[spoiler:Stanley Tweedle actually managed to get laid there, for the only time in the entire series]].

* ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}''
** Classic ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}'' game supplement ''76 Patrons'' mentioned the "Imperial pleasure planets".
** Classic ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}'' adventure ''Rescue on Galatea'' by Paranoia Press. The recreation world Garden Prime has a variety of amusements, including gambling, holographic hunting and meditation.
** ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Traveller'' supplement ''Planetary Survey 1: Kamsii''. The planet Kamsii is a planetary theme park similar to Disneyland.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' calls these Garden Worlds.
** Worlds actually devoted to nothing but pleasure and excess are Daemon Worlds under the dominion of the Chaos God Slaanesh.
* Mongoose Publishing
** The ''Franchise/StarshipTroopers Role Playing Game'' had Zegama Beach, the most luxurious and decadent world in the Federation. Known for its endless coastlines of perfect beaches and crystal clear blue waters, it was the most popular vacation destination for wealthy Federation citizens.
** The ''ComicBook/StrontiumDog'' RPG.
*** Fargo III is a holiday world lush with vegetation. The entire economy is based on resorts and hotels, with the planetary population employed by them.
*** Bles was a pleasure world in the former Olol'Bian Empire. It was completely given over to enjoyment and self-expression. Unfortunately the [[MoralGuardians Purity Party]] took control of the Empire and sandblasted the entire world, turning it into a [[SingleBiomePlanet Desert Planet]].
* A bit more like "Pleasure Empire," but the Magistracy of Canopus in ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'' is notorious for its pleasure circuses, including but not limited to a variety of sexual fantasies, available for a price. Amusingly, they are also renowned as the premier medical experts of the setting.
** The planet Kooken's Pleasure Pit, located in the Lyran Commonwealth, is pretty much devoted to sexual tourism.
* ''Eureka: 501 Adventure Plots to Inspire Game Masters''. One science fiction plot has a planet that's a tropical paradise vacation spot. Along with the usual activities it also has adult entertainment such as dance clubs, parties, gambling and even prostitution.

* ''VideoGame/SagaFrontier'' has Baccarat.
* ''VideoGame/SmashTV'' has the Pleasure Domes, as does its SpiritualSuccessor ''Total Carnage''. Notable in the TC version that when you unlock it, the dudes from Smash TV are still there.
* ''VideoGame/{{Freelancer}}'' has Planet Curaçao, Planet Baden-Baden, and to some degree, Planet Cambridge and the luxury cruisers Hawaii and Shetland.
* An entire class of planet in ''VideoGame/WingCommanderPrivateer''. Pleasure planets will buy food, and almost any luxury goods (including legal ones like furs and pets, and illegal ones like drugs or slaves). The only products they produce are movies.
* ''VideoGame/{{Oolite}}'' has a few of these, according to the fluff, as well as an expansion pack that adds orbital casinos.

* ''Webcomic/QuentynQuinnSpaceRanger'' references the planet "Queela Quoola," which, in the local tongue, translates to something like "Planet of casual sex and cheap beer...."

* ''WebVideo/{{Starpocalypse}}'' has "Princess Pleasure Planet", which is basically an amusement park covering an entire planet where visitors spend all their time having sex with cartoon characters.

* ''[[WesternAnimation/TheTransformers Transformers: Generation 1]]'' had a casino planet called Monacus. Several of the Autobots ended up in gladiator duels.
* The Plant Planet Paradise Rhizome in ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' featured in "Stress Test".
* The planet in the ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "Once Upon A Planet", the same as the one in the ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "Shore Leave".
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack'', there is a planet that if you so much as [[MattressTagGag rip a tag off a mattress]] the police will find you and send you to jail for the rest of your life. So why do people visit it? Apparently it has great beaches.