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Recently, it was announced that Sanctuary Cap Cana by AlSol in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, will become an adults-only resort at the end of the year. That news inspired us to round up some other hotspots and experiences perfect for traveling without the kids. Below we have romance geared travel, wine excurisions and a look at some upcoming properties. Take a look.
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Dolphin Island is a secluded, private island in Fiji. The island is located just a boat ride away from Rakiraki, and the small staff can accommodate a range of hospitality and dining needs.
Now, couples can purchase a romance package with a four-night stay. The package aims to create privacy and total freedom for the guests and includes accommodation in a Guest Bure Suite. These rooms have timber floors, high ceilings, double sinks in the bathroom, an outdoor shower and private garden.
All meals and a standard bar are included in the package as well as transfers, two spa treatments, a picnic for two and a champagne breakfast. Guests will also be invited to a traditional lovo feast with Fijian musicians and will receive a small take home gift.
This package can be booked through March 31, 2016.
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This second accommodation option leaves the beach behind and embraces Mexican culture. Las Alcobas, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Mexico City, recently opened with 35 guestrooms, which are decorated with a traditional Mexican flair.
The location makes it easy to see sites like the Auditorio Nacional and the Modern Art Museum. Guests can also easy visit nearby boutiques and art galleries. Chef Justin Ermini will be at the helm of the signature restaurant, Anatol, which has a casual but chic atmosphere.
This hotel opening is part of Starwood’s expansion into Latin America. Currently the brand has 94 properties in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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At Daku Resort between May 9-16 travelers can take part in the Yoga Detox Retreat. This resort in Savusavu, Fiji, will offer Hatha yoga workshops and Laughter yoga workshops. The classes will be lead by Jani Burdett, yoga teacher and personal development coach. There will be other activities like a beach picnic, tapa-making class, a free half-hour massage and a trip to a local village. Lastly, guests can participate in an optional watermelon detox.
Tideline has just opened its redesigned full-service spa. The spa now has seven treatment rooms and offers body scrubs, facials and massages. The spa is using products by Yonka, Paris and Jurlique.
Through March, the Swedish massages, facials and body polishes are $99. The resort is also offering a special guest-rate for those who book spa stays before April 30.
San Francisco Wine School will be hosting a three-day credential program in Las Vegas at The Signature at MGM Grand.
The California Wine Appellation Specialist (CWAS) certification was created by founder David Glancy and is the first and only professional credential program on California wine.
Participants will blind taste more than 60 wines and will cover topics about soil, production, wine history and more. This includes 22 hours of instruction and then the credential exam is available online afterwards.
Sanctuary Cap Cana by AlSol in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, will be introducing its new adults-only concept to the AlSol Hotels and Resorts portfolio this year. The resort will accept guests 18 years and older beginning December, 15, 2015.
Baha Mar will be opening in The Bahamas on March 27. The resort also includes Rosewood at Baha Mar, Grand Hyatt at Baha Mar (set to open later this spring) and SLS LUX at Baha Mar, which is geared toward travelers without kids and is the first international SLS property.