Nights 1 - 2 : The Langham, Boston - Boston, Massachusetts
Situated in the very heart of downtown Boston just steps from the city’s popular sites and attractions, The Langham, Boston occupies the former Federal Reserve Bank building and is a national architectural landmark. Each guest room has its own elegant yet comfortable style and features Blissful Beds, in-room safe, an iPod docking station, television, iron and ironing board, gourmet minibar, fridge and a hair dryer. The Chuan Body and Soul health club offers a swimming pool and whirlpool, Techno Gym cardio equipment and a new line of strength evolution machines. Savor contemporary New England cuisine under lofty atrium ceilings at the hotel's Café Fleuri, or enjoy an evening in BOND Restaurant and Lounge, a shimmering, hip setting for cosmopolitan dining, afternoon tea, distinctive cocktails and eclectic music.
Nights 3 - 4 : Orchards Hotel - Williamstown, Massachusetts
The recipient of a coveted AAA Four Diamond designation, the Orchards Hotel is located in the lovely village of Williamstown, the home of Williams College, in the heart of the Berkshires. Guest rooms, each uniquely decorated using antique furniture and artwork, provide individual climate control, pillow-top beds, LCD/HD television, CD alarm clock with an MR3 line, cordless phone, bathrobes, slippers and Gilchrist & Soames bath products, in-room safe and other welcome amenities. There’s sunny exercise room with treadmill, cross trainer, recumbent bicycle and weight machine, a toasty sauna and an outdoor swimming pool (Memorial Day until October 1); the inviting Living Room, which embodies the hotel’s character and charm with an eclectic décor of English antiques, Oriental accent pieces, rare works of art and unusual collectibles, invites good conversation and gracious companionship during leisure time. The gluten-free friendly Gala Steakhouse & Bistro spotlights traditional steakhouse fare and bistro options made with locally sourced ingredients.
Night 5 : Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa - Stowe, Vermont
The Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa, the AAA Four-Diamond luxury resort in lovely Stowe, has majestic Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest mountain, as a backdrop. Guest room amenities such as spa bathrobes, coffee maker, iron and ironing board and a hair dryer and more assure a comfortable stay. During leisure time, enjoy the tennis courts, the golf course and the indoor and outdoor swimming pools… or just chill out in the world-class spa. You’ll find a warm welcome and over 50 wines available by the glass, as well as a variety of satisfying cuisine, at Charlie B’s Pub and Restaurant. Winfield’s Bistro, winner of its own AAA Four-Diamond Award, features Vermont-fresh cuisine in a casually elegant atmosphere.
Nights 6 - 7 : Omni Mount Washington Resort - Bretton Woods, New Hampshire
A National Historic Landmark and a favorite retreat for presidents and celebrities since 1902, the Spanish Renaissance-style Omni Mount Washington Resort sits regally in the midst of New Hampshire’s beautiful White Mountains. The large, comfortable guest rooms have a distinctly Victorian ambiance. From the crystal chandeliers to the Tiffany stained-glass windows, the plush interior of the hotel is as impressive as the outside. The indoor swimming pools and Jacuzzis are just the place to work out the kinks after a busy day or you might enjoy just sitting on the 900-foot-long veranda and drinking in the spectacular view. Enjoy an aperitif or a nightcap in The Cave, the hotel’s speakeasy lounge; the Rosebrook Bar; the elegant Princess Room, or the all-new Stickney's pub and steakhouse.
Night 8 : The Inn at Brunswick Station - Brunswick, Maine
Opened in 2011 next to Bowdoin’s quintessential New England college campus in Brunswick, The Inn at Brunswick Station is also within walking distance of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, shops and restaurants “in the center of it all.” Décor throughout the property creates a sense of place with reproductions of the Brunswick Historical Society’s extensive collection celebrating life in this New England town over the years. Handsomely appointed guest rooms welcome with crisp white linens, flat-screen TV, in-room coffee and a sleekly styled bathroom. Its convivial atmosphere, selections of wine and regionally brewed beers, and frequently changing menu of traditional New England favorites with gluten-free and vegetarian dishes on offer at The Tavern at Brunswick Station please both guests and local residents alike.
Nights 9 - 10 : Bar Harbor Inn & Spa - Bar Harbor, Maine
Directly on the waterfront at Frenchman Bay near the heart of beautiful Bar Harbor, Maine, what eventually became the Bar Harbor Inn & Spa began as the Oasis Club in 1874, was reincorporated as the Mount Desert Reading Room in 1887 and was very popular with the likes of the Morgans, Pulitzers and Vanderbilts. Today’s guests enjoy high-quality accommodations, attentive personal service and the unmatched tranquility of the Maine coast. World-class service, state-of-the-art facilities and a wide variety of spa treatments are offered by The Spa and a heated outdoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi and a fitness room are available during leisure time. The Reading Room Restaurant, looking out over the sea, offers a menu including fresh seafood, choice cuts of meat and memorable desserts, complemented by the soothing sounds of the grand piano. Or, choose to dine al fresco at the Terrace Grill, overlooking Frenchman Bay, with light fare or selections from the Reading Room Restaurant full menu.
Night 11 : The Cliff House Resort & Spa - Ogunquit, Maine
Perched on the craggy cliffs of the Maine coast, the Cliff House Resort & Spa is everything you have ever imagined that a Maine oceanfront resort would be. Generations of the Weare family have been welcoming guests here since 1872, including such folks as the Philadelphia Biddles, and the Cabots and Lodges of Boston. Guest rooms feature views of the coast and the ocean, cable TV, hairdryer, coffee maker and other amenities to ensure an enjoyable stay. Two adults-only swimming pools invite a dip after a busy day. The Cliff Spa, which encompasses the ocean-view fitness center providing Star-Trac treadmills, elliptical cardiovascular training machines, Nautilus Selectorized weight training equipment and Cybex free weight training equipment, invites you to come, relax and be pampered. The Dining Room, with a view of the sea is a favorite southern Maine restaurant for visitors and locals alike, due, in part, to its superb traditional lobster dinner and signature creations like Blueberry Halibut. The Ocean Terrace is the place to linger over cocktails or the resort’s justly famous desserts.