3 luxury wellness vacations to visit, based on your personality


3 luxury wellness vacations to visit, based on your personality

We plot your dream wellness retreat based on your preferred vacay

By Carly Whitewell  August 9th, 2017

Choosing a vacation destination just got a little easier. We got you three luxury wellness retreats that will combine your holiday with mental relaxation based on your personality. Plan a vacay already.

YOUR SCENE: COACHELLA

You’ve been doing the festival circuit since the days of Modrobes and mosh pits but have started to find the crowds, the flower crowns and the whole sleeping- on-the-ground thing exhausting. The alternative? Restival, a five-day luxury desert retreat, held in Arizona, that offers a far more healing “lineup” of meditation, yoga and spirituality classes. And while you still sleep in a tent, Restival has washrooms, lights and a comfy bed — complete with turndown service. 

YOUR SCENE: ALL-INCLUSIVES

You in Mexico in 2007: tequila shots, bed at 5 a.m. You in Mexico in 2017: wheat-grass shots, yoga at 5 a.m. Try: Chablé Resort & Spa, Yucatán. This leafy resort – think super-high-end The Beach styles – also allows you to gear your “healing exploration” to one of four target wellness areas, from fitness to food and even art. Don’t miss the underground spa, which opened last year. It has a float tank, a salt cabin and a treatment called “Fountain of Youth.” 

Each Casita is situated within the lush gardens. — Cada Casita se encuentra escondida en medio de exuberantes jardines. #Chable

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YOUR SCENE: RENTING AN ITALIAN VILLA

Enter the new Mandali Retreat. The resort, which opened last March in northern Italy, offers three-, five- and eight-day packages that encourage self-reflection with the help of guided meditation, yoga and our favourite prescription for stress relief: massages—lots of them. Even better, they take place in the spa with a view of Lake Orta. Word of warning: Alcohol is contraband, so you’ll have to take a miss on that local Chianti. 

From: ELLE CANADA