6 Hotels for a Quiet Summer Getaway

With so many tempting and unexpected destinations to choose from in Europe this summer, why should you fight the crowds? Airstream Suite under the stars in Utah. A new address in Kentucky that pays homage to horse culture. A Wyoming ranch has introduced activities like snuggling with goats and learning about llamas. And if you’re hoping for an international vacation, it’s low season in Argentina. A boutique hotel has opened among the vineyards and wineries of Mendoza.Are you interested in raising a glass or are you interested in raising a glass A peaceful vacation awaits the llamas.

Some say there is no better way to spend the summer than in the Hamptons, New York. Seeking a more relaxing getaway, some turn to the wineries and country roads of Long Island’s North He Fork. This former 1950s motel on the beach there opened in late June after being sold and rebuilt last year. Here are his 20 rooms and his 8 rooms. There are beach shacks (studios and one-bedroom cottages with private screened porches and outdoor showers) and four bungalows, each with its own outdoor space.beach house A restaurant with a full kitchen and fireplace is scheduled to open in the fall.

If you feel like eating something, you don’t have to go out. Silver Sands dining spots are overseen by Ryan Hardy, chef of Italian-inspired Manhattan restaurants Charlie Byrd and Pasquale Jones. Eddie’s Oyster Bar serves seafood, lobster rolls, and salads. There is also a pizza truck. Coffee, pastries and light meals are available at the snack bar. Cocktails, beer and wine are best served at the Lobby Bar. Dinner is planned for later this summer. When it comes to outdoor activities, you don’t have to travel far. There are free kayaks and bicycles for guests. And unlike other beach town establishments, this facility will be open all year round. Prices start at $500 per night for bungalows, $595 per night for motels, and $645 per night for beach huts during peak season (until September 30).

Kentucky is known for its bourbon and horse racing, and Lexington will feature this new 125 guest rooms and suites. Hotel Kudos to both. Located on Manchester Street in the distillery district, it is on the grounds of the city’s first registered distillery, established in 1865. The façade is reminiscent of the area’s historic Bourbon warehouses (rickhouses), while the interior is warm with wood and jewel tones.

If you’re feeling hungry, stop by Grandum (the word for horse granny). The leather seats are reminiscent of a saddle, and the food is a modern take on Appalachian-inspired dishes such as tomato pie and his 12-hour roasted wild boar. Lost’s Palm Bar & Lounge, located on the roof, is playful Art Deco and aims to transport guests to his 1960s South Florida, another epicenter of horse culture. Dishes made for sharing, such as the “Tiki Cocktail Program,” and alligator tacos his al his pastor and baked stuffed spiny lobster tails, bring a tropical flair to the home-cooked Southern fare. Yes, there is also a gym, so you can work out later. Rates start at $220 per night.

About an hour and a half west of Lexington, in Louisville’s East Market neighborhood known as NuLu or New Louisville, this 122-room and suite hotel owes its name to the region’s limestone variety and to Saint Genevieve, the patron saint of Paris and the link between Louisville and France. (The city was named after Louis XVI, after all.) He’s also one Kentucky newcomer, the hotel. bunkhouse A hospitality company, the hotel is surrounded by shops, bars and can walk Louisville Slugger Field, waterfront botanical garden and the four major bridges Cross the Ohio River that connects Louisville’s Waterfront Park to Indiana.

The hotel’s mix of modern and vintage furnishings and artwork celebrates Kentucky’s history and culture.A restaurant called Rosette, named after a horse race ribbon, serves cuisine from the culinary director Ashley ShantyJames Beard Rising Star Chef of the Year 2020 finalist and former chef. competitor player Appeared in the Bravo series “Top Chef”. There’s also Bar Geneviève, a rooftop lounge serving cocktails and light bites, and a mini-His Marche serving coffee and takeaway breakfasts and lunches. The market is also the gateway to the cozy Lucky Penny His Bar, where you can sip cocktails long after everyone has gathered for the night. Rates start at $195 per night.

Scheduled to visit Zion National ParkIf camping isn’t too much of a vacation, try the fledgling 16-acre AutoCamp Zion, where you can book various types of accommodation such as Airstreams and cabins.? For example, the 31-foot tall Classic Airstream Suite features a kitchenette, queen bed, ensuite bathroom, air conditioning and heating, and a private patio with fire pit and dining area. Or consider a classic cabin with a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, living area and outdoor dining area. Barrier-free accommodations are also available.

Beyond the bedroom, you can savor the desert landscape through the walls. Windows At the onsite clubhouse, you can also stop by the General Store for beer, wine and groceries. Or enjoy breakfast quesadillas, sandwiches, pizza, burgers and more in the kitchen. When you’re not exploring the park, consider a complimentary morning yoga session, a swim in the pool, or a mountain bike ride (free for guests). Or just laze by the banks of the Virgin River. Prices start at $269 per night through the fall.

It’s summer in the US, but it’s winter in Argentina, usually a time when there aren’t many people. Whatever the season, you’ll find tranquility at this boutique wine hotel. Susana Balbo, the acclaimed winemaker (the first woman in Argentina to graduate with a degree in oenology) and her daughter. Located on the outskirts of Mendoza, this hotel is located between the Andes Mountains and the city of Mendoza and has only seven suites. Spa suites feature private gardens with outdoor fire pits and heated loungers, steam rooms, ‘sensation showers’ with varying pressure and temperature combinations, massage tables and locally sourced bath products. Each suite also has a living room, terrace and wine refrigerator (some suites also have a dry sauna). All suites surround the house and outdoor pool. The setting is meant to foster the feeling of staying at a friend’s mansion. This friend is the only one to have a “wellness butler” who prepares baths with local salts and herbs in the in-suite tubs, as well as his La VidA restaurant, which serves traditional Argentinian cuisine.

Of course, there are also blending classes where you can combine different varietals to create your own unique wine, not just wine tasting. There are also “wine safaris” that take you by seaplane to destinations such as Patagonia and the Andes for those who want a tasting or tour. Wine isn’t just for drinking here. You can also try spa treatments such as body hydration wraps with red wine cream and raisins. The property is surrounded by works by Argentinian and Brazilian artists. If you want to work up a sweat, there is his exercise kit that includes elastic bands, kettlebells, dumbbells, a yoga mat, and a jump rope. Rates are $780 per night (through September), breakfast included, for 2 people. Note: Guests must be 15 years or older to use our hotel.

For many people, mountain towns are places to ski and snowboard. But don’t neglect their warm-weather enjoyment. And few places offer more summertime activities than Brush Creek Ranch, located between Wyoming’s Sierra Madre Mountains and Medicine Bow National Forest. He has three guest ranches. The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch (19 rooms and 25 private log cabins at Trailhead Lodge), Maggie Homestead (9 cabins), and French Creek (4 cabins and 1 glamping yurt). Guests can participate in activities such as Llama Hike and Picnic ($200-$400 per person), a full-day or half-day hike, and Llama Wade Fly Fishing, a full-day tour with a fishing guide and llama carrying gear and a picnic lunch ($750 for two). If you’re not very active, try Rama 101. Here you can feed and groom the animals and play with the babies. This is known as a clear ($150 per person). Llamas aren’t the only animals that live there. Among the new experiences at Brush Creek is the Goat Meadow Walk. After breakfast at a goat dairy, take a pasture walk with a herd of goats having breakfast ($200 per person).

Rates start at $1,550 per person per night for 2 people (stay 4 nights or more and get 1 night free).Package includes accommodation, specific ranch activities (archery, rock climbing, guided ranger tours, etc.) and meals including a selection of beverages.

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