Normally, before the pandemic, mothers always had to multitask. Over the past year, however, these jobs have mushroomed as working from home, home schooling, and reduced after-school activities have given parents more time and responsibility. So while mothers should look forward to spending Mother’s Day celebrating and being enjoyed by the family, they could also spend time alone; a survey of 500 mothers on Today.com found that the majority of people wanted just that. These hotels can offer it with additional treatments for overnight stays or longer stays.
Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills Sitting in a hot tub is always relaxing, but it’s even better when it’s on the rooftop at night with a view of the city lights and no one else is there. That’s one of the hallmarks of the Mother’s Day package here, giving that guest the hot tub after the pool closes, along with a cheese board and a bottle of wine to enhance the experience. A lavender scented eye pillow and Waldorf pajamas are also provided in the bedroom to promote more peaceful sleep. The next day, after breakfast in bed, an ultimate two-hour late-morning experience at the hotel’s La Prairie Spa, including an exfoliation, body wrap and caviar massage, is included to bring mom home. in a more serene form. Available until May.
Baccarat Hotel Stepping into the Baccarat Hotel in New York is a lavish experience; the Grand Salon sparkles with intricate crystal chandeliers bouncing the light off the Jouffre silk-covered walls, beige leather chairs, burgundy banquettes, and other crystal light fixtures scattered throughout the room. Upstairs, the “Mother’s Day Moment” arrangement available throughout the month of May is intended to offer this crystal, a Baccarat souvenir, as well as other gifts of flowers and chocolate truffles. But the main feature is an elaborate breakfast in bed in a luxury suite in absolute calm.
Equinox Hotel This hotel in Hudson Yards, New York, of the company behind Equinox fitness clubs, naturally has a focus on high performance. Their “Momcation” combines two nights of accommodation, a trio of techno-therapy treatments (cryotherapy, infrared sauna and brain + body boost wavetable, an immersive sound and harmonic resonance therapy that increases rest and energy. , providing approximately three hours of sleep in 30 minutes) and a $ 100 credit to be used towards meals at the Electric Lemon Rooftop Terrace restaurant or in the dining room. When not energized, guests can swim in the 75-foot indoor saltwater pool or outdoor pool with views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline.
Waldorf Astoria Chicago This group’s “Mom’s Suite Escape” hotel on Chicago’s Gold Coast is the opposite of high performance; it is totally dedicated to relaxation. Included in this arrangement: suite accommodation with welcome gifts of sparkling wine and macaroons followed by a 90-minute massage and a 60-minute facial treatment at the spa. A Waldorf robe is also part of this package and serves as dinner attire: room service with a $ 75 credit. Available until May.
Mayflower Inn & Spa, Collection Auberge Resorts This newly redesigned bucolic retreat in Northwest Connecticut offers mothers who stay two nights Sunday through Thursday throughout the month of May a $ 100 credit towards a treatment at THE WELL, the 20,000 square foot branch of Manhattan’s integrated holistic wellness center blending Eastern and Western treatments. One possible treatment: the Remodeling or Triple Life facial from the SkinHealth program from Biologique Recherche et Naturopathica, which will be launched there in May. Daily breakfast, a room upgrade on arrival if available, and a bottle of wine are also included. The same package is available at The White Barn Inn’s Brotherhood in Kennebunk, Maine, minus THE WELL which is only at the Mayflower. And a slightly shorthand arrangement is also available at another Inn Resorts Collection Commodore Perry Estate property in Austin, Texas: daily breakfast and a $ 100 credit.
Amangiri Just gazing through the floor-to-ceiling windows of a contemporary suite at the jagged canyons of southern Utah is enough for a first step on a restorative journey. But an overworked mother checks in for two nights as part of the “Restore and Rebalance” program of this Amanresort available until December 22nd will enjoy Navajo healing traditions in the 25,000 square foot spa. A 30 minute bath in crystal clear sound, a 60 minute massage each evening, all meals and other activities outside the spa such as the via ferrata climbing experience, horseback riding or kayaking on Lake Powell are included .
Sanctuary on Camelback Spa time is also a major component of the Sanctuary Escape program at this 53-acre hill station outside of Scottsdale. Arizona. In addition to staying in a contemporary exquisitely designed suite or casita with views of Paradise Valley, guests receive a USD 240 credit towards services such as Signature Coconut Sumatra body ritual, acupuncture, Thai Luk Pra Kope massage with herbal remedies or a healing Reiki massage. The restaurant’s elements, seasonal American cuisine with Asian accents, are also so popular that residents of Scottsdale head here for dinner.
Bal Harbor Village Mothers who need a longer relaxation, coupled with shopping and the beach, would benefit from a package from private jet company evoJets in combination with the two complexes of this shopping complex located at the far end. north of Miami Beach. Round-trip light jet flights included, plus three-night accommodation at the Ritz Carlton Bal Harbor or St. Regis Bal Harbor Resort, wine tasting with wine critic James Suckling, personal shopping experience with a stylist at Bal Harbor Shops, daily breakfast, two 60-minute massages and a private cabana by the pool or on the beach.