Spas and Resorts


 Grand Hotel Kronenhof
Grand Hotel Kronenhof

For sheer escapism and decadence, nothing beats a trip to the spa, where you can spend the day luxuriating in warm pools, saunas, and cozy relaxation areas stocked with herbal teas, great magazines, and lovely-smelling products for your hair and skin. If you’ve ever wanted to enjoy those rejuvenating superpowers... Read More

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Rock Bar/Ayana Resort Bali
Rock Bar/Ayana Resort Bali

Whether it’s Champagne and caviar on a Parisian terrace, or a bag of marshmallows around a campfire in the Berkshires, there’s something intensely satisfying about eating outside. But these six outdoor restaurants take dining al fresco to the next level. A meadow in the Swiss Alps Day-trippers from Pontresina and St. Moritz often fuel up for (or... Read More

Koh Samui/Flickr/Jin-in-Uk
Koh Samui/Flickr/Jin-in-Uk

The perennially popular Thai island of Koh Samui has been a mainstay on the backpacker circuit for quite some time now. Over the past decade or so, a broader swathe of accommodation options have opened up on the Central Gulf Coast island, leading to an influx of more discerning... Read More

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 Breathless Cabo San Lucas
Breathless Cabo San Lucas

If the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the words “all inclusive” is tacky tropical decor, colored wristbands, or kids screaming at the pool, then the new Breathless Cabo San Lucas will be a breath of fresh air. The resort opened last December with a more elevated traveler in mind —... Read More

Piazza, Bagno Vignoni
Piazza, Bagno Vignoni/iStock

Tuscan destinations like Florence and Siena are well-trodden by tourists, but if you’re looking to get slightly off the beaten path, try the tiny town of Bagno Vignoni. Located on the Via Francigena, a pilgrimage route to Rome in antiquity, this hot springs town continues to embody the ideas of... Read More

Wat Pho/Flickr/Justin C
Wat Pho/Flickr/Justin C

No one’s judging if you want to spend your entire Thailand vacation sunbathing, shopping, and drinking Singha. But if you’re the type of traveler who likes to return from a trip with a deeper understanding of the places you’ve been, Thailand offers that in the form of (affordable) classes in various Thai disciplines.... Read More

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Pool area at Miramonte Resort in Indian Wells, California
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Once school is back in session, hotel rates drop at most vacation destinations, providing savings that are worthy of a midweek getaway or long-weekend trip. Whether your idea of relaxing is by a pool in the California desert or getting a new passport stamp, here are five deals under $150 to swoon over... Read More

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Anantara Golden Triangle/Karen Gardiner
Anantara Golden Triangle/Karen Gardiner

Given the elephant’s association with royalty and Buddhism, and its historical role in battle and industry, anyone who has visited Thailand will be familiar with the Kingdom’s reverence for these gentle giants. Yet despite the strong bond between Thai people and their national animal, the situation of elephants in Thailand is... Read More

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 Facebook/The Reach
Facebook/The Reach

The temperature is rising — that means it’s time to break out your bathing suit. Whether you’re after picturesque views or ultimate seclusion, these hotel pools across the U.S. will inspire almost every type of traveler. For Outdoor Enthusiasts: St. Regis Deer Valley in Park City, UT Surrounded by the Wasatch Mountains, the St. Regis Deer... Read More

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Bath/Karen Gardiner
Bath/Karen Gardiner

Though long-famed for its exquisite Georgian architecture, historic sites, and Jane Austen connection, the English city of Bath (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) for a long time lacked the very thing that made it famous back in its Roman days. Access to the city’s naturally occurring (and purportedly healing)... Read More

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Guestroom at The Belamar in California
Guestroom/The Belamar

The beach is a huge draw for a late-summer vacation or a quiet retreat after school’s back in session. Fortunately, deals are in abundance for August and September escapes, given that the summer rush is over. From Hawaii to Tobago — and many spots in between — here are six places... Read More

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Wyndham Grand Rio Mar, Puerto Rico. USA. Photography by: Victor Elias Photography.
Wyndham Grand Rio Mar, Puerto Rico/Victor Elias Photography

We know how hard it is to find an all-inclusive deal in Puerto Rico. So we were thrilled when the Wyndham Grand Rio Mar launched a new program last month that gives guests unlimited access to its bars, restaurants, and other amenities. Because, let’s face it — it’s nice to... Read More

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Casa Palopó in Guatemala
Casa Palopó/Al Argueta

Summer ushers in a season full of road trips, mountain hikes, lazing around the pool, beachfront lounging, and international jet-setting. To make sure you get to do all of those things, consider these seven travel offers for July and August. From $119: Elevation Hotel and Spa (Crested Butte, CO) Crested Butte... Read More

Sacha Ji Wellness Hotel
Sacha Ji Wellness Hotel/Eric Mohl

Sacha Ji means “beloved mountain” in the Quechua language and the Sacha Ji Wellness Hotel and Retreat, which opened in 2013 just outside the town of Otavalo in Northern Ecuador, is surrounded by such beloved mountains, including four volcanoes. Lago San Pablo shimmers in the distance. Look long enough... Read More

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Pool at The Chelsea Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey
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Forget what you think you know about Atlantic City. While it was struck by a wave of hotel and casino closures in recent years — and the city is currently at risk of filing for bankruptcy — now is actually a great time to visit the seaside destination. That’s thanks to a trove... Read More