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Life is too short not to eat, explore, and enjoy. These resorts offer a competitive, added value program to craft memorable and authentic experiences with amenities ranging from spa services credit, food and beverage credits, resort credit, complimentary daily breakfasts. Once you arrive to your destination ease in to a slower pace, unwind from your daily stress, and absorb the surroundings. With undeniably beautiful settings and convenient locations you may find them irresistible.

Blackberry Farm Walland, Tennessee

The resort sits on 4,200 acres of gorgeous pastures and woods in the Great Smoky Mountains. The sprawling lawns, ponds, rustic barns, and babbling creeks create a peaceful, serene atmosphere. The cottages differ in size and amenities, but they all include plush, comfortable beds, large porches, stocked mini-fridges, flat-screen TVs, luxurious bathrooms with Aveda toiletries, and refined furniture. Guests can also stay in a room at the Main House or Guest House. The Wellhouse spa offers various treatments, yoga classes, and a fitness center. Blackberry Farm also offers a family pool, a separate adult pool and a kids’ club.


Belmond Charleston Place

Belmond Charleston Place excels at delivering above-and-beyond service, and its recently renovated rooms feel equal parts fresh and traditional, and so splendidly luxurious. For more than three decades, Belmond Charleston Place has been a crown jewel of the local hospitality scene. Locals and travelers staying elsewhere frequent the shiny first floor, where brands like Gucci and Louis Vuitton have storefronts, and the award-winning Charleston Grill restaurant resides. Friendly receptionists are stationed along one wall, while the Thoroughbred Club bar and the Shops at Belmond Charleston Place beckon you to explore the entirely of the ground floor, which also holds an art gallery, three restaurants, a shoe shine station, grab-and-go café, and posh salon. Take advantage of the lobby’s concierge station to arrange singular outings for your trip like tours of house museums or horseback riding on the beach.


Mansion on Forsyth Park, Savannah

We know you’re going to be enchanted with your stay at Mansion on Forsyth Park, Kessler Collection. It is one of the best hotels in Savannah, Georgia with a wonderful art collection, a great cooking school, a solid spa, an outdoor relaxation pool and a popular restaurant on-site. Spacious rooms have eclectic designer-level décor, with vintage furnishings and contemporary touches. Few upscale hotels share the Mansion’s wonderful address: directly across from wonderful Forsyth Park, one of Savannah’s most popular public spaces, and within walking distance to restaurants, bars, and shopping areas. The Historic District is the main reason to visit Savannah — it has an old Southern charm.


Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort

Kiawah Island is just a 21-mile drive southwest of downtown Charleston. Design-wise, The Sanctuary straddles modern and traditional. There are 10,000 uncrowded acres in which to get lost in the best sense of the word. The Sanctuary is the only hotel on the 10-mile stretch of beach. Nothing beats shrimp and lobster bites poached in artisanal local ale. On Sunday morning, enjoy an alfresco brunch on the porch of the Jasmine Room with bottomless mimosas. The Sanctuary on Kiawah Island has a spa, mineral pool, steam room, dry sauna, private rain showers, relaxation room and more. Guests run the gamut, from New Englanders on vacation to local families celebrating special occasions. The residential neighborhoods and five championship golf courses are designed to blend into the natural landscape.


The Sanderling Resort, Duck North Carolina

The Sanderling Resort stretches from the Currituck Sound to the Atlantic Ocean. The upscale hotel has 100 homey rooms, some with better views than others. There’s a lot to do here, with pools, a fitness center, spa, water sports, fire pits, live music, and on-site dining. The Sanderling Resort stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Currituck Sound on both sides of Highway 12. It’s less than a 10-minute drive outside of the town of Duck, which has seafood and pizza restaurants. The Norfolk Airport takes just under two hours to reach by car. Rooms have private wooden balconies with rope hammock chairs. The hotel is located on a beautiful sandy beach, and kayaks, surfing lessons, and water sport rentals are available. The fitness center has modern equipment including two treadmills, free weights, and flat-screen TVs.

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