Wisdom Woods

There's no better place to recharge than the Great Outdoors, and Wisdom Woods is making it more accessible than ever with their private retreat center. Located deep in the Wisconsin forest, their aim is to help you relax and unwind, whether that means sweating it out in the sauna or biking through the mid-western snow. Accommodations include both cabins and glamping sites, and aside from the more calming amenities like hot tubs and campfires, the camp also offers fishing, boating, hiking, and access to a private beach.

  • Huus Gstaad

    Set over half a mile above sea level in the Swiss Alps, Huus Gstaad is a terrific mountain getaway. Formerly known as the Steigenberger Hotel, the 136-room property has been transformed by Norwegian designer and architect Erik Nissen Johansen, who carefully blended traditional materials with modern design. On site amenities include a "living room" with 500 books, a fireplace, and outstanding views, a contemporary bar, a spa, and multiple eateries. Outside, meanwhile, you have access to over 150 miles of skiing slopes and trails, and during warmer months, rafting, rappelling, and biking.

  • Hotel Emma

    Originally built in 1894, Hotel Emma offers riverfront accommodations in a San Antonio landmark. The brewery-turned-hotel consists of 146 luxury rooms in the heart of the city's culinary village — The Pearl. Along with the site's own restaurant, gourmet market, deli, and bar, the hotel also offers its own culinary concierge to help you navigate the area's immense food scene. The property is located on the San Antonio River, just minutes from the historic River Walk, with the short commute helping to burn off those delicious indulgences you consumed during your stay.

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