If you had to cancel a vacation because of coronavirus, you’re not alone. Fortunately, you can still try a new spa treatment and enjoy a freshly-squeezed mimosa – from home! Many resorts around the world have started to offer virtual experiences. Enjoy meditation, yoga and more as you settle in for a day spent on the couch.
Look at these virtual spa getaways.
Like the rest of us, you’ve probably dreamt about a trip to Italy, where you can savor endless pasta and wine. Well, Florence’s Il Salviatino offers a similar experience online. Most travelers know this luxury resort for its renowned cuisine – and now, you’re able to make it at home! Tune into the hotel’s Instagram page, where executive chef Silvia Grossi teaches you how to make delicious bites throughout different posts.
Soon enough, you can enjoy resort-worthy Italian food without a plane ticket.
Located in Turks and Caicos, this beautiful resort offers a one-of-a-kind stay with its accommodations and amenities. You don’t need to spend any money to appreciate their world-class wellness activities. Look through their Instagram account’s IGTV to discover a wide selection of videos, like a 15-minute yoga exercise and a few mixology courses.
Put together one of their non-alcoholic cocktails and put on a facemask. What could be more relaxing?
Since we can’t make it to this Mexican resort, we’ll have to appreciate its stunning surroundings from afar. Thankfully, we can learn from a distance. This hotel’s Facebook page offers tons of instructional tidbits to make self-isolation a little more fun. You can make Chef Juan Pablo Loza’s famous shrimp tacos and experience a results driven HIIT workout routine.
They create videos for both English and Spanish audiences, so they’re super accessible.
When travelers think about New York, they don’t often consider the state’s gorgeous Finger Lakes region. It’s home to the Inns of Aurora, a quaint, cozy hotel partly known for its wellness initiatives. You can learn various meditation methods alongside Laura Coburn, the inn’s director of serenity. Watch on Facebook Live every Thursday at 5:30 p.m. EST – and stay updated through their Instagram page.
Coburn plans to focus on aspects like mindfulness and gratitude, which can do wonders for anxiety.
If you’ve never been to Anguilla, now’s an excellent time to enjoy a virtual Caribbean getaway. This breathtaking resort has embraced self-quarantine with a series called “At Home With CuisinArt.” Viewers can indulge in tasty recipes, like crispy chicken and poke bowls. You could follow their instructions to make a homemade facemask or body scrub.
Who said it’s impossible to enjoy the features of a luxurious spa online? Tune into these videos to transform your time at home.
Though we’re stuck at home, we can still enjoy a spa vacation. Whether you want to travel to Italy or Anguilla, take a look at these options. You’ll feel renewed and recharged before you know it.