It is not too late to plan an unforgettable spring break. From sun to ski, I have a variety of options to perfectly fit your travel needs. Need a suggestion? Here is a few.
For perfect for multi-generational families or a group of families, head to Villa Manzu within the lush grounds of the Peninsula Papagayo in Costa Rica. This completely private sanctuary offers eight suites and can fit up to 22 guests. In addition to the 180-degree sea views, this completely staffed (from an executive chef team to an activity staff) villa offers two swimming pools, a spa, theater room, expansive bar/party room. The grounds are dotted with hammocks, chairs and restful areas, perfect for watching monkeys cavort in the trees.
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Dust off your dancing shoes and soak up some salsa at Quiebra Canto Cartagena while staying in Cartagena, Columbia. Cartagena offers plenty of history and activity. This town is perfect for those who prefer to burn the mid-night oil. Stay in Old Town at the elegant Hotel Casa San Augustin. The hotel features a sexy, low-lit bar, beautifully prepared food and a romantic pool in the central atrium. Want to bring the whole family? Cartagena offers plenty of villa options in various price ranges.
Ski in Style
Jackson Hole offers some of the world’s best and most challenging runs in the world—and this hotel boasts ski-in/ski out capabilities. Hotel Terra is an eco-friendly, ultra-chic hotel. The two-bedroom suite is fully equipped; every necessary kitchen item is available for conveniently making meals at home. Oversized windows open to a terrace with a breathtaking mountain view. Conveniently, the hotel is home to two of Jackson Hole’s best restaurants, Il Villagio Osteria and Terra Cafe.
Nightly rate starting at $899 for two-bedroom