This mountain-set resort exudes a 1970s vibe, but with a modern-day touch. At every turn, the property brings the outdoors in, from the social spaces to the 64 guestrooms. All guestrooms are exterior-facing and open out onto open-air corridors for a vintage lodge aesthetic. Throughout the property, you’ll find a color palette taking inspiration from the forests and mountains, with lots of warm wood tones and rich green hues. Special touches include custom wardrobes and collage artwork.
Common spaces include the Library Lounge, with its fireplace, vintage books, velvet couches, vintage rugs and custom chandeliers. The Club Room is the property’s restaurant and bar and offers a cozy setting, with its wraparound patio, firepit lounge and plush seating. The menu, of course, blends local and seasonal fare with 70s flair.
Of the property’s opening, Rami Zeidan, founder and CEO, Life House, said, “We always strive to connect our guests not only with each other but with nature as there’s rarely a better way to develop a sense of universal belonging than to be alone in the wilderness. In some ways our House in the Berkshires was loosely inspired by Thoreau’s Walden Pond and offers a perfect balance of both with breathtaking hiking, local farms and a cozy living room, bar and restaurant to settle back into after an adventurous day.”
With COVID-19 bringing out some uncertainty, more people are booking travel insurance for their upcoming trips. The travel insurance market is projected to reach $99 billion by 2030. With travel insurance on the rise, two questions are raised: How can travel retailers cash in on this demand to make auxiliary money? How do vacationers decide if they need travel insurance and what policy is right for them?
At nearly 30,000 square feet, United Airlines’ newest United ClubSM now welcomes Newark Liberty International Airport travelers with its modern design, enhanced amenities, culinary offerings, locally sourced art and furniture and Manhattan skyline views. Seek airport solace at the new location in Terminal C3, near Gate C123.
You may be good at using up all your vacation days, but how good are you at actually staying completely unplugged from work during those vacation days? According to a new study from Longwoods International, more American travelers and workers are drawing a clear line between work and play, leaving the office fully behind while on vacation.
There’s plenty of reasons to head to the picturesque and historic city of Bath, England, in all seasons, but winter sees it transform into an inviting and joyful scene of festivals, markets and lights. Looking for more reasons to visit Bath this winter? Look no further:
Whether you prefer an ultra-luxe resort or a cozy villa on the beach, you’ll find balance again in Los Cabos.
Variety Cruises calls itself the cruise company for non-cruisers. The small-ship cruise line caters to travelers in numbers of just a few dozen at a time, taking them on voyages to luxurious destinations such as Tahiti, West Africa, Egypt and Israel.