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She’s back!

Everyone’s favorite travel guru Sophia Sloan, founder of Ahl Collective, once again has us covered with the trip tips: and today, we’re talking about the most stylish holiday getaways across the globe.

Eastern Canada

Canadian adventure-seekers need look no further than Eleven’s Revelstoke lodge. It is a top destination for heli-skiers (the hotel has a partnership with Kingfisher), so availability is tight, but you never know – there are always last-minute cancellations! The hotel operates as an inn with a fantastic restaurant and all the winter amenities you need – a hot tub, sauna, boot room, and lounge/library.

Those looking for a more relaxed winter escape nearby can find it at Manoir Harvey. The property offers snowshoeing, ice fishing, skating, and cross-country skiing, and a fabulous restaurant.

Eastern United States

Those looking for a luxury trip that oozes East Coast glamour will be charmed by The Point, an old Rockefeller camp in the Adirondacks converted into an incredible lodge. The property is small but offers all the lakeside winter activities you could ask for – snowshoeing, cross country skiing, (frozen) lake games, and bonfires. But that’s not even the best part–the dining experience is unmatched; with outstanding food and personalizing locations (customer BBQ lunch over a wood fire in a cabin in the forest, anyone? Dinner for two on the frozen lake? Dessert and gluhwein by the fire? They’ve got it all). Plus, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, they do communal black-tie dinners featuring 7-10 courses and an outstanding wine pairing.

At a more accessible price point, The Lake Placid Lodge is also beautiful. Plus, it’s close to Lake Placid, which means it’s 10 minutes from Mirror Lake, which offers dog sledding and toboggan rides in winter, and just 20 minutes from Whiteface Mountain, which offers some of the best skiing on the East of the US.

Western Canada

Winter brings epic storms to Vancouver, also known as “storm watching season.” The Wickaninnish Inn is arguably the best place to experience these storms – most active from November to February. The hotel provides guests with full rain gear and rubber boots for outdoor exploration.

For those more inclined to stay inside, there are plenty of spots to relax. The spa features a freestanding treatment room – the cedar sanctuary – where you can enjoy unobstructed views of the waves during your spa treatment.

Across the pond

The storied Heckfield Place is not as far flung as you’d think; it’s just 30 mins from Heathrow. This property is the ultimate place to hunker down in the UK, given its proximity to London, the Cotswolds, Stonehenge, and Windsor, for multiple easy day trips. And for those who’d like to spend their whole stay hotel-side, they’ve got two restaurants and a farm on-site, as well as one of the best spas in the UK.

For those after a traditional British country weekend, The Wild Rabbit in the Cotswolds is a lovely option. It’s an inn known for their restaurant–but, what not all guests know is that they have a partnership with Daylesford Farm (the purveyor of organic produce for Brits in the know)–which means guests get access to cooking classes, tours of Daylesford, and the incredible Bamford spa.


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