Whether you seek a weekend escape or a week long getaway, a peaceful oasis awaits right here in the U.S. Here are two of our favorite retreats from our extensive Hotel and Resort Collection.
Salamander Resort & Spa
Salamander Resort & Spa is close enough to Washington, D.C., that it’s a favorite among politicians and dignitaries, yet Northern Virginia’s rolling meadows feel like they’re in another world altogether. Set snugly amidst the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the estate’s 340 acres encompass myriad ways to apply your $100 resort credit: enlist one of the equestrian center’s prized steeds to show you the countryside on horseback or reap the benefits of Virginia’s wine country with a crushed cabernet spa treatment. Add a new recipe to your arsenal under the tutelage of a visiting D.C. chef in the hands-on Cooking Studio. Your culinary immersion extends into the evening at Harrimans with dinner fresh from the garden and a nightcap by the fire pit as the clear night sky lights up with twinkling stars.
Cliff House Maine
To find quintessential New England, you need only look an hour from the bustle of Boston. Cliff House Maine is perched on the state’s southern coast, lending each of its 132 rooms and suites an ocean view while you breathe salty sea air from your private terrace. Spend your days nibbling on the blueberries that grow wild on Cliff House’s 70 acres, admiring Nubble Lighthouse on its island home capping off Cape Neddick or sampling wild local mussels and Maine peekytoe crab cakes with a $100 credit at The Tiller Restaurant. At Nubb’s Lobster Shack, fill up on more fresh seafood in every Mainer’s favorite form: a hearty lobster roll paired with craft beer. If you’re feeling inspired by the local flavor, sail the Atlantic on a traditional lobster boat to try catching a crustacean yourself.
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