It’s official – staying in is the new going out. On the hunt for some travel inspo while sofa sunbathing? You’ll find loads of ideas for your post-lockdown getaway on our blog.
Yoga’s a great way to clear your mind and body of tension. Doing it on holiday? Even better. Though you can’t go at the moment, now’s the perfect time to work on your Downward Facing Dog at home for when we can all travel again. We’ve picked out the top All Inclusive hotels for yoga-lovers and newbies alike, with options including swanky sea-facing platforms and indoor sanctuaries…
Find your inner-peace at Ambre Resort And Spa
Lined up next to a dreamy lagoon in Mauritius, Ambre Resort And Spa offers up a great spot for al fresco yoga and aerobics. Extend the self-love over at the standout spa and test out the massage menu before treating yourself to a healthy smoothie at Coral Bar on the beach. It’s a bit of an all-rounder when it comes to activities, too. Spot tropical fish on glass-bottom boat trips or test your balance with a spot of windsurfing.
Feel zen at Vinpearl Phu Quoc
If you fancy practising your Downward Dog in Asia, look no further than the luxurious Vinpearl in Phu Quoc where you’ll find a menu of regular yoga sessions. After you’re all stretched out, be impressed by the never-ending list of spa treatments at the Vincharm Spa and dip into the whirlpool bath. Feeling peckish after all that stretching? There’s a poolside bar that’s got amazing spring rolls, noodle soup and a long list of fruit smoothies.
Practice your moves at Bronze Playa Hotel
There’s a packed list of sessions at the Labranda Bronze Playa Hotel that not only include yoga, but aqua aerobics and Zumba. Then, there’s the huge pool that’s the hub of all activity here. On the same terrace, you’ve got a separate pool for kids, a whirlpool and a bar. Nights are spent dining like a royalty in the buffet restaurant and being entertained by regular themed nights, live music, dancing and quizzes.
Stretch away at Hotel H10 Rubicon Palace
This five-star hotel’s definitely one to watch for future yoga holidays. Its relaxing vibes are pretty infectious – and it’s no wonder that’s it’s bagged a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. Regular yoga classes in chilled-out surroundings? Sounds good. Dance classes and mini golf? Even better. There’s also a tonne of swimming spots for when you fancy a dip…
FYI, this blog was posted before COVID-19.