Hotels that help fight the effects of burnout
Whether it’s pandemic-induced stress or just a late summer crisis, we’ve all experienced burnout in our personal or professional lives. As we are in the middle of National Wellness Month, I wanted to share five hotels and resorts that help fight burnout for your editorial consideration. From “sabbatical” programs of more than 30 days to package deals that include meditation subscriptions and donations to mental health organizations, the following hotels help professionals and travelers unwind and unwind. Let me know if you have any questions.
Pasea Hotel & Spa – Burnout Break Package
Take a well-deserved break from burnout in August – National Wellness Month – at the Pasea Hotel & Spa, a chic beachfront resort in Huntington Beach, California. To help combat the effects of burnout, customers can book the new ‘Burnout Pause’ package which includes: ocean view room, welcome products including Pasea beach towel and sunscreen SunBum, complimentary cocktails, a 50-minute warm sea stone massage at Aarna Spa, and more. The best part? $ 20 of each reservation booked in August will be donated to Mental Health America and those who book will receive a free one-month membership to the Caravan Wellness meditation app.
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Sensei Lanai – “Sensei Sabbatical” Program
For those looking for a wellness getaway that doesn’t end after a weekend, Sensei Lanai, A Four Seasons Resort offers an ideal oasis to align your actions with intentions for meaningful change. The all-new Sensei Sabbatical program allows guests who stay for 30 days or more access to exclusive benefits at the Retreat. The Sensei Sabbatical program includes access to a free collection of daily wellness activities, a private weekly session of your choice (yoga, fitness, meditation, mindfulness or nutrition), weekly recordings with a dedicated Sensei guide and ends with a one-on-one consultation with a Sensei guide to review the lessons learned during the stay and develop an action plan for returning home. Sensei was founded by Larry Ellison, technology pioneer and co-founder of Oracle, and Dr. David Agus, world-renowned physician and scientist, New York Times bestselling author and CBS News contributor, with the aim of ” help people live longer, healthier lives. Located in the secluded 90,000 acres of the Hawaiian Island, guests are immersed in an ultra-luxury retreat that focuses on personalized wellness plans implemented by on-site Sensei guides who organize personalized itineraries within the aim to guide clients towards greater well-being. Find additional information on what’s included in the package here.
Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort – Detox Package
Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort welcomes wellness-weary travelers with three new packages focused on detox, immunity and weight loss. Suitable for travelers of all kinds, the three packages offer one, three and five day options, which will include an initial consultation, personalized wellness classes such as yoga and meditation, personalized spa treatments as needed. therapy, access to the steam room, grounding / grounding sessions in the resort garden, nature care and therapeutic gardening, stargazing and more. For nutrition, the experiences include a wellness menu featuring six juice options for one and three days, as well as a vegan, raw, and low-carb diet program. Package prices start at $ 375 for one day, $ 990 for three days, and $ 1,599 for five days.
Arenas del Mar – Wellness Experiences in Costa Rica
A leading wellness destination in Central America, Costa Rica’s philosophy is “Pura Vida”. Meaning full of life, the phrase “Pura Vida” describes the local state of mind and way of life of a caring mind, body and spirit. The sustainable and award-winning Cayuga Collection luxury hotel, Arenas del Mar, is located in Manuel Antonio, just 30 minutes from one of the country’s largest international airports. The 11-acre beachfront property offers guests several treatments and wellness experiences at its Las Brisas wellness center, which features views of Costa Rica’s lush rainforest and ocean. Las Brisas burnout packages – Detox, Vivify and Calm – present locally sourced and exotic ingredients unique to the country. Guests can expect to relax with the use of Costa Rican berry and coffee and cocoa scrubs; seaweed and clay wraps; and cold energy infusions based on aloe vera. The establishment strongly encourages the absence of cell phones to ensure a real detoxification.
The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch
The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch located in Beaver Creek is hosting an exclusive Fall Photography Weekend with Jad Davenport, an award-winning National Geographic photographer based in Colorado. The unique Weekend Photography Workshop will take place on the first weekend of October (October 1-3) and Davenport will work with guests to capture photos on guest smartphones or cameras, providing advice on the storytelling through photos, sharing ideal times to take photos, lighting, backdrops and more. In addition to the fall photography weekend, The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch is a great fall spot to see aspens change color. The luxury resort hosts daily guided fall hikes with on-site naturalists who can explain why aspens are turning golden, discuss the native plants and animals that thrive in the mountains and how they prepare for the harsh winter season. from Colorado. Plus, you can enjoy the view while relaxing in the year-round heated outdoor pool at the foot of the mountain, sip drinks on the outdoor terrace or participate in daily art workshops.
H2hotel Horseback Riding Adventure Package – Healdsburg, CA
h2hotel, an eco-friendly property in downtown Healdsburg, is offering a new Vineyard Horseback Adventure Package. Take in fantastic views of the famous Sonoma wine country from the top of Lake Sonoma Overlook Mountain, and pass through the richly colored harvest vineyards of Dry Creek Valley. The 1.5-hour tour includes a gourmet picnic accompanied by a refreshing bottle of Dry Creek Vineyard Fumé Blanc, followed by a tasting in the beautiful Dry Creek Vineyard on the way back to the ranch.
Free now until November 24, 2021, the Horseback to the Vineyards package includes a two-night stay at h2hotel, two tickets to the Wine Country Horseback Riding Adventure at Ranch at Lake Sonoma, a continental breakfast, plus a picnic and a tasting for two at Dry Creek Vineyards.
Rates start at $ 399 (plus taxes and fees). Visitors can book the package here.
Las Brisas Huatulco
Las Brisas Huatulco is a paradise for vacationers, family travelers, adventurers and surfers looking for a all inclusive go away. Huatulco Bay has 22 miles of coastline, 26 beaches and a warm climate all year round. And to make things even better, Las Brisas Huatulco itself has a huge four of their own private beaches. Of Secret beach with a breathtaking view of the ocean and Manzanillo beach, the central beach with bar service, palapas and comfortable sun loungers up to Tornillo beach, which is arguably the most beautiful beach in Huatulco, and the beach of Ventura – a fully protected cove that is home to wonderful marine life, corals, and fish, making it perfect for snorkeling – there is a perfect beach in Las Brisas Huatulco for every traveler. All-inclusive rates for National Beach Day start at $ 121 / night.
NIZUC Resort & Spa, Cancun
NIZUC Resort & Spa, located at the end of Punta Nizuc in Cancun, is a secluded oceanfront getaway with a rich cultural heritage on one of the world’s most spectacular natural beachfronts. Benefiting from two exclusive beaches facing the white sands of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef – the second largest coral reef in the world – NIZUC is set in an oasis of protected mangroves and lush local foliage, providing the perfect beach vacation. Complemented by elegant rooms and exceptional amenities, NIZUC has long been a top choice for all travelers. Need more conviction? Check out NIZUC’s live beach cam and see for yourself the beauty of this beach. National Beach Day rates start at $ 455 / night.