Luxury Relaxation & Spa Holiday in Virginia State

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Curator’s statement

Virginia is one of the nation’s oldest states and America’s own best kept travel secrets. With wine country, the Shenandoah mountains, the Chesapeake Bay and more, Virginia shares its splendor year round. Virginia’s resorts make a great weekend trip for busy professionals looking to relax and reset within driving distance from Washington DC, Richmond, Charlotte, Raleigh and Greensboro. Looking to travel nationally? Consider the richness and romance of Virginia, a state with a welter of secrets to share!

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Where to stay in Virginia

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The Omni Homestead Resort

This charming Virginia retreat has been the preferred country getaway of several US presidents. Today, the property’s A+ golf course is not to be missed. And if golfing is not your thing, not to worry: zip lining, fly fishing and floating along the lazy river are but a few activities available here.

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Keswick Hall

Keswick Hall is a luxurious historic hotel and golf resort nestled in the picturesque countryside of Charlottesville, Virginia.

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  • $100 hotel / resort credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

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Primland Resort, Auberge Resorts Collection

At the heart of pristine wilderness of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this 12,000-acre mountain estate is home to a regal lodge hotel.

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  • $100 hotel / resort credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.

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Things to do in Virginia

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Virginia is an excellent choice for those who want to recharge and un-plug within the comfort and care of exceptional hospitality and all-round wellness programs. And Virginia doesn’t disappoint offering options from the peaks of the Blue Mountains to the coastal Chesapeake Bay and even in Monticello wine country. Speaking of Monticello, if you do happen to be in the region, a stopover at Thomas Jefferson’s home is a true must.

Wine country tour

Take a venture through the Virginia wine country that prides itself in national vintages and swoon-worthy views. Just get on the road and get out there. Follow the Monticello Wine Trail for optimal winery visits. Chances are that your hotel might have a vineyard of its own to indulge in 24/7 too!

Spa day

When you come to the South, take a moment to slow down and enjoy the stillness and the calmness of the region. Book a spa day to truly unite your body and soul in pure bliss and harmony. And when you’re done with that, just take a look outside at the beauty of the surrounding nature. Virginia’s vistas and services offer a proper repose. 

Shenandoah Mountains

The adventurous types might consider a drive through the Shenandoah Mountains or perhaps even a hike. Just 75 miles from the bustle of Washington DC, Shenandoah National Park is a land bursting with cascading waterfalls, spectacular vistas, fields of wildflowers and quiet wooded hollows.

Places to Eat & drink in Virginia

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The Inn at Little Washington: Three-star Michelin restaurant inspired by American cuisine. 

Jefferson’s Restaurant & Bar: One of the Omni Resort restaurants, this is an excellent eatery featuring typical southern fare. 

Marigold: A Jean-Georges restaurant committed to serving fresh, local and organic ingredients in its seasonal menu. 

Fish Hawk Oyster Bar: When in Chesapeake Bay go for the oysters at this grab-and-go seafood cult favorite.  

La Petite Auberge: A french restaurant serving pre-fixe dining and excellent French wines.

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