When you really want to get away, nothing beats a
location that combines natural beauty with a bit of luxury.
Here are a few choices when looking for a get-a-way
with style and merit!
DECOMPRESS AT THE SPRINGS – IDAHO CITY, ID.
A short 45-minute drive from downtown Boise, located in Idaho City, The Springs is a Day spa featuring natural hot spring pools, a steam room, massages & a cafe serving light fare.
The laid back drive consumes your attention with beauty on the entire drive north! Start the day off with a 30-minute Therapeutic Massage, followed by a soak in one of The Springs ‘Private Tubs’. Head over to the Cafe and treat yourself to a short lunch or snack,
then back to the open public pool to swim and float your stress away! Also, a very convenient detail is all you need to bring is your swimsuit! The Springs provides an array of amenities such as towels, lockers, shampoo & conditioner, hair dryers, floaties or special floating devices for those with special needs. Swim diapers are also supplied for youngsters, and yes…children are permitted on reserved days!
For a list of days & schedule, visit: www.thespringsid.com
TRIGGER YOUR INNER AUTHOR, STAY IN ERNEST HEMINGWAY’S LEGENDARY
SUITE #206 AT THE SUN VALLEY LODGE – SUN VALLEY, ID.
The legendary Sun Valley Lodge has been reborn! Guests are presented with an entirely new experience with 108 new and much larger guestrooms, an incredibly large destination spa, a world class fitness center and yoga studio, a glass enclosed outdoor pool and café, and all new restaurants, lounges, lobbies and event space.
When Hemingway first came to Idaho, back in 1939, his home was Suite #206 at the Sun Valley Lodge. “Glamour House,” he nicknamed it. Hemingway wrote part of “For Whom the Bell Tolls” in room 206 at Sun Valley Lodge, mentioning Sun Valley in the novel.
“That is the most requested suite we have in the Sun Valley Lodge,” said Jack Sibbach, “You can feel his presence in the room.” If available, take the time for a 1.5-mile walk, to visit a timeless bronze bust of Hemingway, in a quiet grove of trees, next to moving water – in memoriam for his time spent in Idaho. That wild beauty, Hemingway experts say, is what drew Hemingway to central Idaho and kept him coming back.
For resort information and reservations visit: www.sunvalley.com
SWEEPING VIEWS AT THE TETON SPRINGS RESORT & CLUB – VICTOR, ID.
Nestled in the foothills of Teton Valley in Victor, Idaho, just 20 minutes west of iconic Jackson Hole Wyoming, you will find Teton Springs, a destination that offers much more than just the amenities.
The “Headwaters Club” at Teton Springs is a relaxed, family-friendly club that truly has something for everyone. Enjoy a round of golf with friends, relax by the pool or dine on the patio at The Grille. Complimented by the pure mountain air of the Tetons, the resort features a full range of activities, treatments, and services.
In addition to the Resort & Club, jump into the car for a quick 20 minute drive through wide open spaces to Jackson Hole, for an afternoon of shopping, sight-seeing and delectable food choices! Afterward, indulge your senses back at the resort’s Stillwaters Spa & Salon. The seven spacious treatment rooms are designed with relaxation and ambiance in mind to ensure guests forget their troubles and get lost in the restorative environment of the spa. The spa also features a two person therapy suite with a fireplace! It’s time to book your retreat!
For resort information and reservations visit: www.tetonsprings.com OR www.naturalretreats.com/teton-springs-lodge-spa-idaho-vacation-rental
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