Adventure, romance, the rock-bound coast, and soaring granite cliffs–there is a special mystique to Bar Harbor. Surrounded by Acadia National Park and located at the edge of the sea, Bar Harbor has welcomed visitors for over a hundred years.
Big Sur is a nature lover's dream come true. The classic drive along twisting Highway 1, offers plenty of pullovers at places like the awe-inspiring Bixby Bridge. The area draws you in with a magical allure that is almost conspicuous.
Amangiri is a remote hideaway tucked within the luminous canyons of the American Southwest. Located in a protected valley in Canyon Point with sweeping views, the luxury 5-star resort offers both adrenaline-fueled adventure experiences and a peaceful retreat.
Situated on a pastoral 4,200-acre estate in the Great Smoky Mountains, one of America's most celebrated intimate luxury hotels beckons discerning guests who aspire to escape modern-day frenzy and slip into a Blackberry state of mind.
Once considered an elite health resort due to its pure mineral waters, Blue Ridge today flourishes as a destination for natural beauty, outdoor activity, and serenity.
The Goblin Valley is home to some of the most unique rock formations in the US. Located within a Utah State Park, the Goblin Valley is not a National Park and therefore sees a lot fewer visitors than some other North American parks.
The pace of life here is slow and days are spent exploring the stunning beaches of the Oregon coast (keep your eyes peeled for migrating whales in the water!) and enjoying the strong coffee-culture throughout the town’s charming streets.
Nestled between the Appalachian Mountains, Cumberland Plateau, and lakes Chickamauga and Nickajack, Chattanooga boasts prime hiking, climbing, cycling, and watersports, making it a must-visit for lovers of the outdoors.
Dunton Hot Springs
This perfectly restored ghost town thrives on contradictions; hand-hewn log cabins exquisitely furnished, a life-worn saloon serving food of startling quality, lung torturing trails followed by pampering massages, sensuous hot springs beneath shimmering snow banks.
Idaho Springs is known as a great getaway in Colorado from the hustle and bustle of Denver. It is a city famous for its mining history, where there are plenty of museums and even hands-on opportunities to participate in mining experiences.
Jackson Hole is an outdoor wonderland, surrounded by some of the country’s best National Parks and Forests. Known primarily for its world renowned ski resort -- a hot spot for celebrities and ski-bums alike -- it shouldn’t be overlooked for its stunning Wild West-esque summers.
Kauai, known as “the Garden Isle”, is one of the volcanic islands that make up Hawaii’s archipelago. The landscapes here are full of tropical rainforests, lush mountainsides, and postcard perfect beaches, making it one of the most naturally beautiful destinations on the planet.
Located 50 kilometers off the coast of mainland Alaska, Kodiak Island is an untouched natural paradise. The island is most famous for its lavish flora and fauna and wildlife. Volcano eruption have, in the past, covered the entire island in ash, which has ultimately resulted in lush greenery and highly fertile soil.
At the end of Long Island and the famous Hamptons, lie Montauk, a sleepy little town. Montauk is one of several classic Hamptons locations and frequented by elite New Yorker's looking to get away from the hectic city.
Nestled in Montana’s magnificent Beartooth Mountains, Red Lodge is surrounded by Custer Gallatin National Forest. Famous for the area's wide outdoor activities offering, Red Lodge also provides top-notch access to Yellowstone National Park via the world-renowned Beartooth Highway.
Salamander Resort & Spa
Set on 340 acres, nestled into the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains amid Virginia's famed horse and wine country, Salamander Resort & Spa will awaken every sense
Savannah is a beautiful coastal city in the state of Georgia with stunning antebellum architecture, picturesque parks, and idyllic horse-drawn carriages trotting through the old-timey streets.
Sedona is unique -- quite unlike any other place on earth. This quaint town sits perched amidst glowing red rocks, sandy deserts, millions of acres of national forest and numerous sacred Navajo sites, all of which are but a short drive away.
Just 45-minutes north of San Fransico, laid-back Sonoma is the place to go to take a break. While most people head to Napa Valley for a classy wine, cheese, and incredible food retreat, Sonoma offers the same, but with fewer people to share the experience with.