Sometimes you just need to spend a few days away unplugging with your gal pals! Whether you’re looking for a beach town to unwind, a foodie foray, luxurious spa experience, or arts and culture, these locations in the U.S. make for perfect girlfriend escapes.
It’s time to treat yourself and the best part of the trip is being together. That’s where RoadStallion comes in. RoadStallions can be booked by the day or for the week. Every RoadStallion is built on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis and custom finished to offer the ultimate small group transportation experience. RoadStallion delivers a superior level of comfort and safety, with room for luggage, golf bags, and other carry-on items, like wine, even with eight onboard, the RoadStallion still feels spacious and unconfined.
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Here are 5 Fabulous Locations for your Girls’ Getaway:
Maryland’s Eastern Shore on the Chesapeake Bay
It’s always a good time to plan a girls getaway to the Chesapeake Bay. If you’re looking to get away from the NYC, Philadelphia or D.C. areas, then Maryland’s Eastern Shore is the perfect choice for a trip with your besties.
With its welcoming historic towns, pastoral farmlands and sprawling wilderness preserves, the Eastern Shore is a solid choice. We recommend the Tidewater Inn in Easton where you can choose from an array of curated hotel packages that will have you exploring all the sides of the Eastern Shore. You don’t want to miss the Inn’s Terrasse Spa. They have a beautiful relaxation lounge that features multiple seating clusters and guests can enjoy light refreshments and snacks before and after spa treatments. The Inn at Perry Cabin is another alternative in the charming town of St Michaels.
We love The Ramble Hotel, a 50-room boutique hotel with dark, moody rooms compete with unique touches like plush velvet headboards and factory-style casement windows. If you don’t want to go far for your night on the town, the hotel happens to house the second outpost of New York City’s famed Death & Co. cocktail bar.
You’ll want to check out The Woodhouse Day Spa and try one or several spa services, including, a hot stone and signature four-handed massage and award-winning facials.
Savannah is the perfect getaway from the Atlanta area, this coastal Southern charmer is complete with cobblestone streets and Spanish moss. You could stay at the luxurious and contemporary Perry Lane Hotel. It has a charming rooftop pool and bar. Wake up and grab a complimentary glass of champagne and head out on some of the hotel’s bicycles to nearby Chippewa Square, where Forrest Gump’s iconic bench scenes were filmed. If you’re on the artsy side, you could spend a day wandering The Jepson Center for the Arts, featuring modern works.
The Hamptons have everything you need for an epic weekend with your squad.
While the Hamptons are primarily a warm-weather haven for Manhattanites, the fall and winter months have just as much to offer. A stay at Amagansett’s Inn at Windmill Lane still feels like a dream—and not just because you’re snoozing on a king-size Duxiana bed covered in Matouk linens. There’s plenty to do in the New York beach community during the cooler months, from waterfront ice skating to wine and cider tasting to snagging designer deals.
Tucked behind manicured hedges, this hotel has all the charm of any high-end bed-and-breakfast and the luxury of a five-star hotel. Try to book one of the three cottages or the four-bedroom guest house. You’ll love the marble baths, private patios, and double-faced fireplaces.
There’s a reason why people love the Music City: Southern hospitality mixed with unbelievable live music creates a perfect storm of fun.
Stay at the Bobby Hotel, a vibrant lifestyle hotel just minutes from the famed Printer’s Alley and Broadway’s honkytonks. If the Nashville nightlife or the Broadway bustle isn’t up your alley, just head on up to the hotel’s rooftop pool, complete with an airstream that’s the perfect backdrop for your Instagram or enjoy a cocktail at the dazzling lobby bar.
If food and/or entertainment is what makes you happy you could visit Skull’s Rainbow Room which has been the cornerstone of Nashville’s legendary Printer’s Alley. Founded by David “Skull” Schulman, the restaurant and nightclub has featured artists such as Etta James, Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Paul McCartney, and Bob Dylan on the legendary checkerboard stage.
Roughly two hours from Phoenix, it’s an easy drive to Sedona. National Forests and gorgeous views of red rocks in the distance, you’ll be tempted to pull over to take pictures along the way. With its powerful spirit and unmatched beauty, Sedona, Arizona, is a location unlike any other. Calling Sedona the most beautiful place on earth is not a stretch of the imagination. It will steal your breath and feed the soul.
With all those jaw-dropping red rocks surrounding Sedona, you’d be crazy not to want to get out and explore them. There are several hikes in the area of varying lengths and difficulties.
Did you know that there’s a wine industry in Arizona? You can also check out the Verde Valley Wine Trail if you have some extra time to explore further afield and to taste some lovely wines.
The main street of Sedona is packed with art galleries, restaurants, and adorable shops filled with crystals and souvenirs.
A well-planned getaway with your besties can provide much needed emotional, spiritual, and female bonding. Call RoadStallion to discuss a journey of a lifetime.
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