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Whether it’s a staycation or a trip to a far destination, these hotels have activities to keep you (and your kids or travel buddies) busy during the winter season.
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It's nice to be home for the holidays, but sometimes, you just want to get away. Fromrelaxing in a SoCal resort pool with a Rudolf floaty to harvesting glacial ice for craft cocktails, these six packages are sure to bring you a little—or a lot of—cheer.
Perfect For: Girls Getaway
You’ve been shopping for everyone on your list this holiday season—but what about yourself? Enter Hotel Zelos.The downtown San Francisco hotel has partnered with fashion startup Boon + Gable to give guests a stylish stay in more ways than one. Prior to their stay, guestscan fill out a style profile.A personal stylist from Boon + Gable will bring 20 hand-picked items directly toa guest’s hotel room (inthe appropriate size) for a fashion consult, accompanied by complimentary mimosas and $120 credit to spend on a new outfit. It’s aunique shopping experience and a relatively affordable way to have a personal stylist for the day—plus, if you are from the area, you can continue the service in the comfort of your home.
Starting at $414/night. Book at Vicery Hotels and Resorts.
Perfect for: Adventurous Food Lovers
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If farm-to-table dining isn’t exciting enough, try this glacier-to-cocktail experience. When guests book the ice cap foodie experience, a private helicopterflies them past stunning mountain peaks to a remote ice cap where they will be outfitted with Canada Goose Black Label parkas and Sorel boots for champagne tasting and ice-cave exploring. While adventuring, guests can harvest pure glacier ice, an essential ingredientin the custom cocktail the resorts’ mixologist makes for guests upon their return.
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Perfect for: Families
New Yorkers, we’ve foundtheideal festive staycation. The Innside-The-Holidays Package is bringing the holidays to guests’suites, including nightly hot toddy and red wine turndown service for adults and hot chocolate and cookie turndown for children.And with in-room Chromecast and a complimentary gingerbread decorating kit, you can stream all your favorite holiday classics while eating sweets, justas you would at home.
Perfect for: Endless Summer Lovers
Fairmont Miramar is offering a classic Californian take on holiday travel—welcome for relaxation and rejuvenation over the typically stress-ridden holidays. Guests who bookthe resort’s “All is Sunny and Bright” package will receive swim trunks, a personal Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer pool floaty for that perfect Instagram shot, and spa and restaurant credit. Plus, to keep things festive, the resort will be offering a milk-and-cookie turndown service.
Starting at $659/room night. Book at Fairmont Hotels.
Perfect For: The PartyAnimals
Ready for a wild night in Chicago for New Year’s Eve? Make sure to book a room at Kinzie Hotel. Guests checking into this River North property forthe holiday weekend will receive a champagne split and snacks to get the evening started, as well as a recovery kit for the morning after equipped with aspirin, mints, Bloody Mary mix, vodka, and more.
Book through Kinzie Hotel's website or call 312-395-900.
Perfect For: Art Lovers
Hotel Beaux Arts is offering two unique art-inspired packages for guests this December. “Found in Downtown Miami” allows guests to receive two member-for-the-day passes to Pérez Art Museum Miami, plus an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science. The “Wynwood Walls Walking Tour” package includes a personal guided tour of Miami’s famous graffiti-filled walls, followed by lunch for two at the Wynwood Kitchen and Bar. Guests booking either package also receive breakfast for two at the hotel’s restaurant L’Atelier.
Starting at $249/night. Book at Hotel Beaux Arts Miami.
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