The { New York } Life – Holiday Travel

The { New York } Life – Holiday Travel

Christmas is a time of joy and happiness, and being surrounded by those you cherish and love. But, maybe this is the year that you feel enticed to do something out of the ordinary. Say, something like exploring another country and its culture, basking in a little R&R on a detox retreat, or Christmas-ing in a Chalet on the slopes. Whether it’s a getaway for Christmas or New Year’s, alone or with family or friends, these exquisite retreats are sure to spark holiday inspiration and many memories.

{ For Adventure Seekers }

Step back in time, the 1920s that is, as you travel on a luxury journey from London to Venice by train on the famous Venice-Simplon Orient Express. On this romantic getaway each cabin is adorned with glamour and sophistication, and equipped with a personal steward to attend to your every need. Black tie is encouraged during supper as passengers enjoy European cuisine and fine wine. If you’re the thrill seeking type, experience island hopping at its finest as you explore fully guided dhow tours along the Mozambican coast at Ibo Island Lodge. This adventure can be tailormade on either a scheduled or fully private basis. If you’re looking for an adventure getaway that is suitable for the family, then Pacific Yellowfin Cruises luxury private yacht charter is just for you! Prepare to be captivated by the alluring wilderness of the British Columbia coastline as you explore aboard a unique private cruise. This cruise provides accommodations for up to 11 guests and the ability to plan your itinerary.


{ Detox Retreats }

For a resort focused on holistic wellness, Koh Samui in Kamalaya, Thailand is the destination for you. This resort offers a variety of programs which can be personalized to fit your needs, and is the perfect attraction for solo travelers wishing to find inner peace after the busy holiday season. If you’ve been searching for the ultimate retreat that provides all the bells and whistles, then BodyHoliday Le Sport at St Lucia is just for you! With a philosophy of relaxation, healing beauty, exercise and a blanced diet, Le Sport is the luxury destination. Scuba diving and treatments at the award winning Wellness Centre are also included in your stay. One of Cape Town’s top hotels, Twelve Apostles Hotel is an ideal retreat the whole family can enjoy! Guests can catch frequent sightings of whales and dolphins at the Marine Sanctuary, partake in adventurous outdoor activities and massages in the open-air gazebo. Embrace serenity with awing views of the South African seascape as you feast on incredible food at Azure Restaurant.


{ Christmas/New Year’s in a Chalet }

A Christmas ski retreat equipped for a group or family is nestled in Courchevel, Le Praz at Chalet Pierremont. This captivating house has been beautifully renovated and extended to sleep 12, or can be split in half to sleep 6. It is a self-catered chalet ideal for families with a more independent preference. Indulge in the townes activities with shopping and at nearby restaurants including creperies and pizzerias and “Le Bistrot du Praz,” one of the most renowned restaurants in the Trois Vallées.

Round up the family for a memorable New Year’s retreat on the slopes at Chalet Papillon in Val d’Isère, France, a brand new chalet with services provided by renowned Scott Dunn. A central location to the resort and one of the few closest to the slopes. With an indoor pool and Hammam, this house sleeps 8+2. Another ski retreat ideal for the entire family is the remarkable luxury catered Chalet Chinchilla in the heart of Courchevel 1850. A wonderful ski in/ski out location just a short distance from Cospillot piste with an accommodation of up to 8 people.


Claudia Saez-Fromm

An entrepreneur, innovator, and singularly successful real estate salesperson, fitness fiend, foodie, mommy, and fashion fan.

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