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8 Resorts You Should Visit On Your Next Holiday

8 Resorts You Should Visit On Your Next Holiday

Resorts are always a great option for a vacation. Not only do you get lodging, but they offer great amenities as well. The resort itself could be the trip! With that in mind, I wanted to share some great resorts that I think everyone should try out. Since many people do not have the ability or desire to travel out of the state, all of the resorts listed are located right here in the states!

1. Four Seasons Resort Orlando

When you hear resorts, you might think of some high class, posh environment where nothing fun is going on, but that is not the case, especially not here. This resort is located on the grounds of Walt Disney world, so it can be a great vacation for the whole family.

If you decide to get tickets for the park, you can have the best of both worlds. It’s like the party never has to end! You can be sure that there is something for everyone in your party. Those who enjoy the more relaxing side of life and those who like more of an adrenaline rush will all be satisfied here.


2. Twin Farms

One of the shining resorts of Vermont, Twin Farms is an excellent choice for those who want to convene with nature. This is an all-inclusive resort that allows guests to ski on their slopes and do other activities like canoeing.

You can surround yourself with lush forest area while enjoying all of the relaxing perks of a fantastic resort! It’s a nice change from sandy beaches, right?

3.  Four Seasons Hualalai

So, maybe a resort on sandy beaches is exactly what sounds right. I got you. This resort requires some traveling to the beautiful state of Hawaii, but it is worth the plane fare. You don’t have to go far for a trip to Hawaii to be magical, but it is always a plus if you are staying in one of the best resorts!


Here, guests can relax and learn more about the Hawaiian culture, while breathtaking water and landscape surround them. Now that is something we could all get used to!

4. Aria Sky Suites

On top of the Aria Resort and Casino, Aria Suites finds Las Vegas as its home. So if you find that you are into some light gambling and live by the motto, “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” then this seems like the resort for you. Just be careful of those slot machines!

5. The Resort at Pelican Hill

In the sunny state of California, this resort overlooks several golf courses and the Pacific Ocean. This resort has a fantastic cool vibe to it. All of the rooms have exposed wooden beam ceilings and neutral patterns to help you further unwind!


It also seems to be a popular wedding venue, so keep that in mind!

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6.The Broadmoor

Located in Colorado Springs, The Broadmoor looks like a castle nestled in a forest. It is truly beautiful. There are award-winning golf courses for those who are interested. And for the youngins, or the young at heart, there is also a water slide!


7. The Cloister at Sea Island

You might not have thought to look for resorts in Georgia, but the Cloister should definitely be on your list. If you are lucky, you can get a room facing the river, but all come with balconies or patios. If you don’t know what to do, just stay at the resort. They have more than enough activities. From spa treatments and golf for parents to beach activities and fun scheduled events for the kids.

8. Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa

Are you looking to get away from it all? Well, here you can actually do that because this resort is isolated in Rancho Santa Fe. Don’t let that freak you out though because they have everything that you could possibly need, including a spa for ultimate relaxation.

I hope these resorts gave you some ideas for your next vacation! Please let me know down below which one is your favorite!

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