It’s beginning to really feel like autumn, and we could not be more excited! Every season we like to share a list of the hotel happenings you can find across our resorts. If you’re looking for some things to do this fall, here’s a few fun ideas to add to your list.
LIVE MUSIC WITH OCEAN VIEWS
Dust off your boots and head for the beach. Weekends in October are dedicated to our love of country at Pasea Hotel & Spa. Enjoy live Safe & Sounds music from your balcony, poolside country DJs, and feel-good hearty dishes at Tanner's Restaurant and more. Cowboy hats and boots encouraged. Not a country fan? Don't worry, we change the music genres regularly to appeal to many tastes.
OUTDOOR WELLNESS ON 9 ACRES OF GARDENS
Estancia La Jolla has partnered with Saffron & Sage for a series dedicated to women’s health and wellness. This intentional 16-day journey, events offered both in-person and virtually, is designed for women of all ages to come together as a community to connect more deeply with themselves and others. The series kicks off with a New Moon Ceremony, Friday, October 16 and concludes with a Full Moon Ceremony Saturday, October 31 and includes hormone balancing, heart opening yoga, nidra meditation, herbal education and more. All four live events of this series will be hosted at the show-stopping centerpiece of Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa, the Garden Courtyard! Adorned with over 100 types of botanicals and accented by gorgeous Spanish-style architecture, the events will be held on the lush lawn of the courtyard near a trickling fountain with plenty of space to safely relax and dive deep into one’s body, mind and soul.
RELIVE THE MAGIC OF HAWAII’S GARDEN ISLE
The governor of Hawaii has opened the Hawaiian Islands for tourism effective October 15, 2020. Ko'a Kea Hotel & Resort is once again welcoming guests back to experience aloha hospitality. From endless beaches to the breathtaking views of the Napali Coast, Kauai is the much-needed reprieve we are all longing for. Also, you may now bypass quarantine with a negative COVID-19 test. Many airlines are providing solutions on how to acquire the test and receive the results. For more information visit: https://www.gohawaii.com/safe-travels.
FALL INTO NAPA VALLEY HOSPITALITY
Napa’s fall season will be uniquely different this year with devasting fires impacting the northern part of the valley. While many homes, wineries and inns have taken a toll due to the wildfires, we are humbled to have not been impacted and are welcoming those displaced with open arms. Meritage Resort & Spa has always been a pillar of the community and have committed to donate a portion of all room revenues received now through October 31 to the Napa County First Responders, which will be presented to them at a property Tree Lighting on December 4.
It is our guests and daily visitors that makes Napa what it is and we welcome you to join us in supporting the community. To learn other ways you can help and donate to the victims of the fires, visit our Napa Valleys updates page.