READ REVIEWS BOOK NOWThe only luxury adults-only resort in Hawaii, Hotel Wailea is a peaceful oasis with 72 suites set on 15 acres of lush property in Maui.
The Restaurant at Hotel Wailea offers guests a farm-to-table menu with romance in mind: the restaurant is set on a hillside with breathtaking panoramic ocean views.
Honey, we get it—you have a zillion sweet memories of Monopoly marathons, hours of Uno on family game night, and rainy day puzzles with grandma. Pull “never have I ever,” “truth or dare,” or “most likely to” cards to reveal all your dirty secrets. Spicy salmon roll sold separately, but I totally recommend you order delivery while you play.
But it’s time for Clue and the rest to step aside: We’ve got a brand-new generation of board games on rotation, and they come with a lot more bite. Here, you’ll find ideas to fit every mood and every type of friend, from the low-key stoner to the innuendo-obsessed gossip queen. Pass around cards that feature different parts of your fave sushi dinner. Monikers is kinda like the more tasteful, more interactive version of Cards Against Humanity.
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Visitors can take advantage of the morning yoga and guided nature walks during their stay.
Coupled with the delicious dining options and luxury accommodations, the Spa Village Resort Tembok is the ultimate escape. READ REVIEWS BOOK NOWThe romantic Auberge du Soleil in Napa Valley offers an intimate adults-only experience in the heart of California's wine country.
READ REVIEWS BOOK NOWOverlooking the gorgeous Vlicha Bay in Greece, Lindos Blu is a sophisticated adults-only escape on the island of Rhodes.READ REVIEWS BOOK NOWSpa Village Resort Tembok is a romantic sanctuary where tranquillity and wellbeing is paramount to the experience.Not only does the resort offer healing retreats and therapeutic spa treatments for guests, but it encourages everyone to unplug from everyday life by discouraging the use of phones in public areas.So pick a board game, plan your hang, and have at it. It sounds kinda dorky but it's a lot of fun, especially if you and your friends are good at lying.
Embrace Bob Ross’s extremely ~calm vibes~ by earning something called “chill points” as you and your friends compete to see who can paint landscapes with names like “Happy Little Trees” before he finishes one of his masterpieces. Pull from a deck of cards until one player gets the “exploding kitten,” which, yes, detonates a bunch of kittens (they're fake, don't worry! Survive by stockpiling cards that contain laser beams, belly rubs, and, uh, goats. This one’s ideal for those bachelorette parties when you only know half the group and need to get comfy with each other fast.
Guests can try different experiences during their stay, from spa packages or cooking classes to kiteboarding or canoeing excursions for the adventure-lovers.