A fantastic way to achieve a relaxing reset is a wellness-focused long weekend, and one of my favorite places for this sort of getaway is Hawaii. Hawaii might not be atop your list of weekend getaway destinations, but it’s totally doable from the US West Coast if you follow these guidelines:
Many cruise lines have upped the ante over the last few years when it comes to luxurious perks for suite guests, but Regent Seven Seas' Regent Suite on the Seven Seas Explorer stands out for its over-the-top VIP offerings, starting with your very own in-suite spa and unlimited spa treatments.
Schloss Elmau, nestled amid the pretty peaks of the Bavarian Alps, is a peaceful, beautifully designed spa retreat and cultural hideaway that's been rejuvenating guests since the early 1900s, and it might just be the ideal spa getaway for bookworms.
Uniworld, one of our favorite luxury river cruise lines, is launching its new diffusion brand U by Uniworld next year, and we're super pumped about it! U by Uniworld's river cruises deviate from the industry norm in a few crucial ways.
This month, none other than Vogue magazine is singing the praises of working with a travel agent/advisor/designer, in an article that asks the question, "Are We Witnessing the Return of the Travel Agent?" Our emphatic answer is YES!
Cruises can make excellent (and luxurious) wellness vacations. All it takes is selecting the right cruise line and itinerary, plus careful planning of the details. In our experience, paying special attention to these 7 things is key to crafting a relaxing wellness cruise: