The resort is a grand, improbable wilderness destination designed to fuse history with forward-thinking ideals: luxurious safari-style tents in the bush and an experience that emulates the way the 19th century’s 1 percent spent their summers “roughing it” at Adirondack Great Camps.
Meditation on vacation no longer requires going to a destination spa, silent retreat or monastic ashram. Now it’s part of a much more typical vacation, with high-end hotels offering programs that guests can dip into in between lounging on the beach and kicking back during cocktail hour.
This beach town has an undeniable cool factor along with its sheer beauty and spiritual energy. It's getting crowded during winter season—which is why summer is the best time to visit. A sexy new hotel helps entice.
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Freelance travel writer, specializing in luxury hotels, spas, restaurants, outfitters, tour operators, and soft adventure around the world
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freelance travel writer
2012 - present
writes regularly for outlets including Forbes.com, Robb Report, Departures, Afar, National Geographic Traveler, Brides, Islands, Tablet Hotels, and Well + Good NYC