Still cold and in need of sunshine? We have picked 5 amazing hotels that you can getaway to this spring for a change of scene, and in the case of Hawaii, Key West and Newport Beach, a spot of sunshine.
In our articles we try to inspire, with boutique hotels that you might not have heard of, luxury hotels in remote locations and hidden gems away from the crowds.
In this selection we love the Four Seasons on Lanai (pictured above) as it has the one of the most remote and empty beaches in North America. The Ibis Bay in Key West is a sunny and funky destination. The Balboa Bay Resort in Newport Beach will bring out your nautical side. Barrons Cove On Sag Harbor is a glorious beach resort in the Hamptons and although the sunshine may be intermittent, given that it is spring, you will certainly be free of crowds and able to enjoy this beautiful waterscape when it is most beautiful. Finally we pick the Post Ranch Inn on Big Sur. This hotel is unique and, dare I say it, magical. If you long for the vista from the last scene of the TV series “Mad Men” – this is where you should travel to.
Read, travel, stay, bask on the beach and then make your friends jealous of your tan when you return home!
Overlooking Hulopoe Bay, this relaxing retreat offers the emptiest hotel beach on the Hawaiian islands. The hotel design is all about views. The main lounge, bar, fitness area, eateries and pool, all overlook this beautiful swathe of picture perfect bay. Read More.
If the grey skies and piles of work are bringing you down, Key West offers an idyllic weekend getaway – warm weather, crystal clear water, and romantic sunsets. However, I’m sure you also know that these destination traits aren’t unique to… Read More.
Beautiful Newport Beach in California is the ideal travel destination for sun and sand, gorgeous views, a wide variety of water sports, great shopping and fine dining. And if you’re after luxury accommodation right by the waterfront, then the Balboa… Read More.
If you haven’t heard of Curtis Bashaw, he is a New Jersey hotelier whose properties turned Cape May into a chic beach resort. He has now turned his eye to the Hamptons, specifically Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor, on the… Read More.
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