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The jet set alone is one of life’s most liberating experiences. The freedom to go and do whatever you want without having to answer to anyone other than yourself, the ability to choose your own adventure, the drama-free planning – there’s as much to love about travel as it is to yourself. there is the destination. While with a spirit of independence, a great escape awaits you in all four corners of the world, there are beach resorts that cater to one’s parties, in particular. Whether it’s your first solo rodeo or your fifth, staying at these 11 retreats means endless activities, tailor-made routes, and warm vibes, so lonely never feels alone. Just be sure to check the most recent CDC guidelines before traveling.
Jade Mountain Station | Mamin, Saint Lucia
Honeymoons may be for couples escaping for two, but at Jade Mountain, those traveling singles can celebrate their independence on the resort’s unique moon. Jumping out of town and heading straight for this Caribbean hideaway is a respite for all the senses, literally – every bungalow is tech-free. The 600-acre beachfront property boasts turquoise waters and green peaks, but beyond the open-air feast for the eyes, accommodations are self-contained. Each open-walled sanctuary includes a patio, infinity pool, and hot tub. The experience is all-inclusive and the chef will prepare your meal plan in advance based on your preferences. Spa packages, private yoga classes, life coaching, and scuba diving and chocolate making classes will help you forget the rest of the world for a while. Oh, and if you need anything just call your butler who will arrive on order, day or night.
Rates from $ 1,300 per night
Acre Resort | San José del Cabo, Mexico
Live in your personal perch at this hideaway amid 25 acres of jungle greenery where accommodations are treehouse style. The walls may be thatched, but the decor is anything but crude. With a plush king-size bed, chic decor, patio, and outdoor shower, it feels more like a boutique hotel room. Here you can really get away with your thoughts: there are no loud neighbors and each nest is accessible via a path covered with dense foliage. Sleeping or waking up with the birds: it’s your trip. And if you want to get off, venture into a morning yoga class in the mango orchard, enjoy a pina colada by the pool, stroll through the organic gardens or citrus groves, or visit the farm animals on site. Want to mix and mingle? The farm-to-table restaurant offers a common table for singles. Be warned, you might not be coming home alone: Acre rescues and raises puppies on the property, which are available for adoption.
Rates from $ 450 per night
Preserve Sporting Club & Residences | Richmond, Rhode Island
Active travelers wanting to relive their camp days will enjoy this grown-up version of childhood fun. Here, the bunks are replaced with comfortable cabins with gourmet kitchens, master bedrooms, and spa-like bathrooms. And since vacations should mean not having to do dirty work, your dedicated concierge will take care of your groceries or schedule a private chef to prepare four-course feasts for you. Fill your days with camp favorites like canoeing, archery, and tennis, or try upgraded activities like ziplining, fly fishing, and rock climbing. Unlike the summer camp you remember, this one has a spa to unwind after a hard day of fun.
Rates from $ 560 per night
Auberge Del Mar | Del Mar, California
For those in need of an epic change of scenery, consider L’Auberge Del Mar as your seaside home away from home, where you can combine work and leisure, for those times when you just can’t leave your house behind. laptop behind you. The resort offers a Work by the Sea package, which waives resort fees and includes daily credits for food and drink. Here, your View Room means views of the Pacific Ocean, estate-style digs, and a cozy place for your pooch to snuggle up by your side (you might never want to leave). Relax at the end of the day with a spa treatment, take a dip in the pool, sharpen your swing with private tennis lessons or learn to ride the waves alongside a surf pro – you will never run out of something to do in this coastal haven.
Rates from $ 571 per night
Igloo Beach Lodge | Province of Puntarenas, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica
If your idea of getting out of dodging is equal parts ecotourism and community vibe, this unique Costa Rican jungle resort is for you. Accommodation here is igloo-style – only these dwellings are rock-solid foliage-covered domes that use 50% less energy for heating and cooling than a conventional building structure. The excavations are as comfortable as they are charming, and the 24 structures are grouped around a swimming pool. You might be on your own, but in this setup, you’ll get to know your neighbors sitting by the pool, by the bonfire, at paella nights, or at parties hosted by a DJ. Go hiking, whitewater rafting, horseback riding or take a wildlife tour. The jungle is your oyster.
Rates from $ 195 per night
Casa Palopo | Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
Doing good is always a great way to escape your own headspace for awhile. But why not combine vacation and volunteering to fill your head and heart? Casa Palopó, a picturesque hideaway perched above Lake Atitlan, offers all the rest and relaxation of a secluded retreat while giving guests the opportunity to make sense of their trip. Volunteer with the Pintado Santa Catarina Palopó Project, which transforms and revives the local town by turning it into a work of art, painting houses with colors and patterns inspired by the Mayan culture. You can help paint the houses alongside the families who live there. After focusing on the others, come back to yourself by receiving the blessing of the shaman of the property, enjoying a massage on your patio, or heading out on the water by kayak or paddle board.
Rates from $ 197 per night
Carmel Valley Ranch | Carmel, California
Carmel Valley Ranch is the place to go when you want to turn a getaway into an opportunity to grow. Located on 500 unbridled acres of the central California coast, the resort is a playground for adults. There is no shortage of experiences on the bucket list: Do you dream of working and riding a horse or grazing in the meadows with goats? Maybe falconry is an opportunity to spread your wings? Maybe a bit of beekeeping is more your thing? Here you can do it all under the guidance of the resort’s Craftsman-in-Residence program, which hires people from the best of their respective fields to create private experiences on the property. When it’s time to go to bed, relax in the suites by your fireplace or on the patio while sipping and savoring wine from the ranch’s vineyard.
Rates from $ 325 per night
Hot springs of the castle | Morristown, Arizona
Immerse yourself in the rugged beauty of the Sonoran Desert from the comfort of your own hot spring. Castle Hot Springs has bungalows built for one person, equipped with private outdoor stone tubs to enjoy the benefits of the area’s famous healing thermal waters. The desert oasis is a feast for the soul. Savor farm-to-table meals prepared in the property’s garden and participate in activities, such as yoga and meditation, designed to nourish the mind and body. Try more adventurous activities like hiking, mountaineering, and horseback riding, or learn something new in classes like mixology, terrarium making, or bath bomb workshops. You will never get bored or tire of your own business, for that matter.
Rates from $ 1,400 per night
CorpsHoliday | Cariblue Beach, Cap Estate, Saint Lucia
As the name suggests, this luxury wellness retreat, set in a secluded bay surrounded by lush tropical gardens, is all about giving you a break. While every stay here is a chance to relax and recover, each year the resort hosts September Solos, which invites those traveling alone to connect with other like-minded guests. With personalized daily schedules, the all-inclusive retreat offers a host of health and fitness classes including nutrition, meditation, sailing, fencing, archery, yoga, pilates, scuba diving, wakeboarding and tai chi. Of course, you can stay on your own if you wish, but you can also participate in hosted group activities, from cocktails and dinners to sunset cruises.
Rates from $ 461 per night
Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese | Rome, Italy
When your idea of a one-person getaway is all about history and culture, look no further than this boutique hotel in the heart of Rome. Located on a sleepy street of a former 19th-century palace, the elegant and intimate hideaway is the kind of place that caters to every whim. The rooms are as inspired as the landscape outside, with Baroque-inspired ceilings that echo the sky. The hotel can arrange tailor-made experiences, such as a yoga class in an icon of the city or a private tour of off-the-beaten-path attractions. Take a vintage car to one of Rome’s Seven Hills with a picnic basket prepared by Hotel Settimo’s rooftop restaurant (the views and cacio e peppe are deadly), or go hiking. bike to the Appian Way and the old aqueduct. Or, you can always opt for a Vespa for a roman holidays film tour to see the most memorable locations from the film.
Rates from $ 238 per night
The cloud veil | Jackson, Wyoming
Being in nature is an inspired way to disconnect from the rest of the world for a while. And in this majestic mountain getaway, all the outdoor adventure awaits. The only hotel in historic Jackson Town Square, this cozy boutique retreat is set in the midst of day and nightlife. The spacious excavations reflect the rugged beauty of the exterior with warm, wooden furnishings, fireplaces, and mountain-inspired artwork by local artists. Lose yourself and find yourself in nature with tours organized by property staff and executed by in-house outfitters. Go on a game drive in nearby Grand Teton National Park, hike Yellowstone, or take a sleigh ride through the National Elk Refuge. In winter, opt for a guided off-piste ski and snowshoe hike; in summer, enjoy the spoils of the Snake River aboard a kayak. Large spaces are at your disposal in all seasons.
Rates from $ 319 per night
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