If you haven’t had a chance to get away yet in 2018 (or even if you have), you’re probably dreaming of the next chance to get out of town. Ideally, the destination would allow you to get some R&R, enjoy the great outdoors or try something new.
These three vacation spots may be the perfect (and unexpected) answer to your quest.
W Hotels is kicking off a series of “FUEL” Weekends, with energy experts as your guide, at the W Punta de Mita on the Mexican Riviera from May 25 to May 28. Guests can expect a three-day, three-night schedule devoted to looking good and feeling better with classes ranging from strength training to boxing cardio.
The fun goes on with ATV adventures, surf lessons, a wide variety of spa treatments and samples of many native preparations, curated by Chef Juan Guizzo, along with daily breakfasts—all designed to fuel optimum workouts. Of course, make sure to leave yourself some time to just relax by the stunning swimming pool.
On the domestic front, the Resort at Paws Up, set in a 37,000-acre working cattle ranch in Greenough, Montana, will be transformed into a healthy lifestyle headquarters during its AdrenZen spring wellness weekend May 4–7. Events will include inspirational workshops, healthy food prep demos and numerous fitness activities—try Buti yoga, which pairs tribal dance with dynamic asana yoga, or weight training with former pro-bodybuilder Ken Meriwether, plus the chance to test your climbing skills at Sky Line Aerial Adventure Park.
The Wyndham Quail Hollow Resort in Painesville, Ohio, which is nestled among 700 acres in the state’s lush countryside, allows guests easy access to two championship golf courses, along with guided excursions to the area’s many heralded wineries.
Perhaps best of all, though, a visit here will allow you the perfect opportunity to visit the world-famous Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in nearby downtown Cleveland. The museum is hosting a special exhibition of Beatles memorabilia, which features the Archibald Ramsden piano that John Lennon and Paul McCartney used to write many famous songs; Ringo Starr’s drumsticks from a 1964 Beatles concert at Cleveland’s Public Auditorium; and McCartney’s musical score/notes for the iconic song, “Birthday.”
Getting away was never so good!