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Costa Rica – Ecoplaya Beach Resort – $299 per Week with Coastal Vacations


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Located at Bahía Salinas in the Guanacaste region of Costa Rica. At our resort enjoy the comfort of our fully equipped villas, bar-restaurant, the exuberant beauty of untouched beaches, as well as the jungle and wild life.

This part of the country is known for its beautiful beaches and ecological protected areas.  Surrounded by the National Parks of Santa Rosa and Rincón de la Vieja Volcano, we are a fabulous option for those who love the peace of nature and the beautiful pictures of the beach.

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Asia’s Most Romantic Resorts

Asia.2Nothing quite says romance like a secluded spot on an exotic island, fringed by powdery white beaches and deep aqua blue waters, or a lush green jungle brimming with biodiversity, complemented by a world-class spa that engages the best of nature. The world’s largest continent, Asia, naturally contains all of the above, sometimes even in the same spot. Listed below is a standout resort from each of Asia’s main countries that offers a chance for a tryst with love and a vibrant mixture of colours, smells and tastes that will leave with you a lasting memory.

If it’s not too late for Valentine’s Day, woo your significant other with a trip to these exclusive all-villa/suite resorts, adding that much-desired extra level of privacy. But really, there is never a bad time to visit resorts, or places, as beautiful as these to rekindle or start a new romantic adventure.

Cambodia: Song Saa Private Island

What I love: This all-inclusive private island means not having to worry about adding up the bill at check-out. The resort ensures that all guests leave their worries behind having already paid and are pampered to the max during their stay.

Cambodia - Song Saa

China: Amanfayun, Hangzhou

What I love: Set in “heaven on Earth” and what Marco Polo once described as
“the greatest city in the world”, this boutique Aman resort restores the spirit of
an old Chinese village in Hangzhou with stone pathways, shaded courtyards and
peaceful abodes, eschewing contemporary and modern luxuries.

China - Amanfayun

India: The Serai Chikmagalur, Karnataka

What I love: This luxurious accommodation in relatively unexplored western India
is topped only by its natural setting, where lush green coffee plantations, India’s first
and arguably finest, freshen the aroma of the area.

India - The Serai

Indonesia: Alila Villas Uluwatu, Bali

What I love: If the stunning view doesn’t capture your attention, then the cabana
that hang over the private terrace by the pool in each villa make for an ideal private dining destination.

indonesia - Alila Villas Uluwatu

Japan: Hoshinoya Kyoto

What I love: Japanese simplicity and elegance, reflected in the architecture and
interiors of this ryokan (Japanese inn), marries a rich variety of colours, particularly
in autumn when the leaves display everything from deep green to pale gold to bright red.

Japan - Hoshinoya Kyoto

Maldives: W Retreat & Spa

What I love: Maldives has long been the romantic retreat of the rich. The W takes
this tropical destination to new heights with its “Whatever, whenever” service holding
true, cutting-edge design and stunning house reef.
Click here to read our review of the W Retreat & Spa, Maldives.

Maldives - W Maldives

Philippines: The Farm at San Benito

What I love: This resort in the Philippines has gained regional and worldwide
recognition for its detox and spa, ideal for not only cleansing the body and mind
of toxins, but for freeing it of any stresses as well. With yoga thrown into the mix,
the resort’s setting, deep amidst a thick thriving jungle, only add to the resort’s appeal.

Philippines - The Farm at San Benito

Sri Lanka: Jetwing Vil Uyana

What I love: In the shadows of a 2,000 year old rock fortress sits a man-made wonder
that has perfected a balance of living between mankind and nature. The man-made wetlands
are host to this unique resort that houses stilted thatched-huts above its green wetlands, with
the region displaying a stunning wealth of biodiversity.

Sri Lanka - Jetwing

Thailand: Trisara, Phuket

What I love: Trisara translates to ‘third garden in heaven’ in the ancient language
of Sanskrit. With the resort perched on a slope, the view appears to reach out towards
heaven, accentuated by the infinity pools disappearing seamlessly into the ocean.

Thailand - Trisara

Vietnam: Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, Ninh Van Bay

What I love: The rock plunge pools that accompany the villas are a treat that blend
beautiful design with its surroundings without comprising on either factor, and make
for the perfect dip in the pool, a deux.

Vietnam - Six Senses

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10 Essential Elements That Make the Most Luxury Ski Vacation!

You’ll probably have you own ideas of what constitutes the ideal ski break. It could be that a trip to the Alps isn’t complete without your pooch, your favourite pillow, perhaps your own library or maybe a suitcase full of Baked Beans, Sliced bread and Marmite. Leaving your idiosyncrasies to one side, I think it would be hard to disagree with the list I compiled in an idle moment while I waited for the ski shuttle to take me to the nearest ski lift, which brings me nicely to the first essential.

1. Ski-in ski-out, private ski instructor

No clumping around the resort in ski-boots like a man in treacle with stiff legs, a no brainer, strap on your ski’s at the back door and away you go. And on return, a carving turn with a flourish, bringing yourself to a sudden stop and voila! time to put the kettle on. Make sure you have the ability to stop in time as the back door is a pretty solid object and you don’t want to be in casualty with broken bones on your first day. A private ski instructor wouldn’t go amiss either, ensuring you don’t come face to face with the aforementioned back door.

2. Chalet interiors with the wow factor

You’ve waited all year for this moment, raided all the piggy banks to get the best accommodation you could afford and poured over the photos a million times. You want to be able to walk in your chosen chalet and be blown away. Immediately your already elevated spirits are turned up another notch or two as you wander round, open-mouthed, from room to room, getting giddy and nudging each other saying “the photos just don’t do this place justice.” It’s a well-known fact that a well thought out and designed interior with classy furnishings and objects induces a feeling of well-being and contentment. Definitely a case of money well spent.

Chalet Artemis, courtesy of Scott Dunn

3. Open log fire

There’s something primeval about sitting near a log fire, staring into the flames, feeling the warmth, daydreaming. The complete opposite of what you’ve experienced in your days skiing; snow, ice, freezing temperatures. Here you can thaw on the outside
while you allow the  delightful red wine, with hints of summer breeze to do it’s job on the inside.  A must have element for the perfect ski vacation.

4. A terrace with stunning views

We all love the mountains don’t we? They are pretty special places, covered in natures cotton wool, the jagged peaks, the mysterious places high above the valley below where few people ever venture. Magnificent and untouchable and all visible from your wonderful terrace.  At nights the lights twinkle below, the stars twinkle above, the hot tub steams, this is as good as it gets.

Chalet Le Chardon

5. A top chef with great selection of wines from the wine cellar

You booked catered, you sit back the first night and await your first evening meal.  Go on, impress me! And do you know what? He does. Five superb, delicious courses, complete with descriptions and wines to complement from the extensive wine cellar.
An education for the mind and the palette; this gastronome would win Master Chef and he’s yours for the duration.

Luxury ski chalet

6. Spa facilities, gym, swimming pool, massage

You’re definitely pigging out on the top quality nosh, it would be rude not to, after all it’s not often you get Jaime Olivier to yourself for a week. What to do? Easy, wander down to the indoor swimming pool, put in a couple of lengths, have a session on the treadmill, have a look at the weights, then get a beefy masseuse to slap you about for a while, well, you deserve it, you ate way too much last night and the guilt is starting to kick in.

The Lodge

7. Arrive by private jet

Avoid the hoi polloi and hob nob with the elite, no queuing, no waiting, no mad scramble for your luggage on the carousel, that’s if it’s managed to board the same plane as you.  Arrive fresh, in half the time, feeling like a celeb. It could become addictive.

Private jet

8. Internet access

Go on, admit it, you’re joined at the hip to your phone, iPad, laptop, tablet and the social networking sites just couldn’t survive your absence for a whole week. I’m guilty too, I need the internet like a junkie needs a fix. Essential, how else are you going to plaster pictures of your evening meal, ski fun, chalet interior, best mate and the odd selfie on the net in an attempt to induce envy in the folk back home.

9. Grand piano

Would be nice but not essential. Even if you can’t play the damn thing it sure does look good and ups the ante in the, “wow! look what we got” bragging rights department. If you can play, it’s perhaps not often you get to tinkle the keys of a top quality Steinway. Makes chopsticks sound like Lang Lang’s in the house.

10. Chalet entertainment, cinema, private nightclub, private bar, games room

After the fine dining experience earlier in the evening a wander into the home cinema to catch a film is a treat.
There could be a few arguments over what that might be but there are another six nights and anyway he who
holds the remote is “King of the Screen.” The race for the remote could get ugly.

After the film, perform your own Saturday Night Fever, bust some moves and throw some shapes, if you can even
move in an energetic fashion after the skiing, the spell in the gym and the fight with the masseuse.
Mix your own cocktails and make up your own rules regarding ratio’s, one part fruit six parts alcohol, sounds about right.

An argument over the rules of pool, snooker, darts, Snakes & Ladders is always fun and helps to cement
and strengthen bonds with friends and family.

So there you have it, all the elements needed for the perfect ski break. You don’t necessarily have to have
them all and arguably some, you could well do without but a full house keeps everyone occupied and happy.

Rebecca Taylor is Director at SkiBoutique.
Article By Luxury Travel Blog.

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