Focusing on self-care, improving health and wellness in the New Year may have been on your family’s resolution list — make it a reality with a well-planned vacation. Wrap all your resolutions into one and take a couple’s retreat, family vacation or getaway with a small group and opt for a spa-centric vacation in the New Year. Head to Ontario, Canada, for a swath of luxurious options, including some deep in the bush.
Escape into the rural, wild landscape of Ontario at the Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain location. Surrounded by views of Blue Mountain Resort slopes and the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve Niagara Escarpment, guests will feel at ease by natural beauty therapy alone. Sitting on more than 25 acres of Canadian maples trees, the Spa boasts as much outer beauty as it does wellness treatments.
Located on Lake Simcoe with a tranquil atmosphere and a lineup of treatments, Briars Resort and Spa is a retreat to remember. Whether a guest of the resort or spa member, relaxation-seekers choose from facials and treatments or massages and hydrotherapy with a view.
The stone-clad buildings and Main Inn make up the beautiful property of Ste. Anne’s. Guests flock to the luxury retreat for spa services and rejuvenating treatments or even equine experiences. Choose from packages and experiences, including dining and wellness classes, or stick to the spa cottage menu and spend the day relaxing in the wonderland of wellness.
Sitting on the edge of Buffalo, New York, Christienne Fallsview Spa offers unbeatable views of the Falls. Step into relaxation right on the Canadian border and get the best of both countries with unparalleled sights mixed with the oasis of therapy treatments.
The spa at Landon Hall Country House is just one of 14 properties in Canada. Located in the Carolinian Forest, Landon Hall is a 5-star experience to an incredible country escape, but with all the trappings of a lavish getaway. Between the dining, accommodations, property views and impeccable service, the spa promises to be a relaxing retreat to say the least.
Between the recovering and rejuvenating treatments, healthy dining options and outdoor activities throughout the spa and resort, guests take their pick of self-care options.
If you don’t know how the kids will fare with a spa treatment, taking just one spa day out of your regularly planned vacation is a great way to enjoy the perks of the local wellness centers without fully committing to a full vacation centered on wellness.
CM Communications, a PR agency specializing in the travel and hospitality industry, recently polled travel journalists and social media influencers regarding post-COVID-19 travel. The survey polled more than 400 journalists, editors, bloggers and influencers across major markets nationwide.
This summer, family travel at The Peninsula receives an upgrade with the debut of Camp Peninsula, a children’s experience that recreates the spirit of camping right in the heart of Beverly Hills. The journey begins with a special welcome from Peter Bear, the hotel’s lovable mascot, at check-in. After taking a picture with the life-sized teddy bear, kids will be whisked away by a Peninsula Camp Counselor to a luxurious guestroom where a charming teepee awaits. An afternoon of camp-themed games and activities, including a hotel-wide scavenger hunt, rounds off the family-friendly experience, fun for children of all ages. Whether it’s a luxe staycation or an extended holiday, Camp Peninsula is an ideal way to ensure the little ones are happy campers.
With travel on hold right now, many Americans are eager to get out to explore the world, constantly looking forward to their next trip. Travel isn’t the only thing Americans are missing right now: Sporting events and concerts are canceled and theme parks are closed, leaving people itching for entertainment or adventure.
A recent survey conducted by Louis Karno & Company Communications polled 100 American writers, editors and freelancers to offer an insider perspective on the industry. The survey asked: Where is travel writing headed in the short term, and what were they working on?
Located just 81 miles off the coast of Mainland China, according to an IEEE Spectrum article, Taiwan was originally predicted to have the second-highest risk of a COVID-19 outbreak at the beginning of the pandemic. To date, Taiwan has only seen 440 total cases and seven deaths and is touted by many as having won the fight against the virus. How did they do it?