Hot Springs, Virginia
The Omni Homestead Resort, tucked in the verdant, and aptly named Bath County, is home to the first spa structure in America. (Thomas Jefferson is said to have bathed in the on-property mineral hot springs to relieve rheumatism pains.) The kid-friendly property—croquet! archery!—keep your family occupied, while you unplug at the eucalyptus thermal suite and the adult-only spa garden pools. The pebble reflexology path is a sure way to get grounded. Then soak in the gently burbling hot spring to let it all go. Try the Japanese-inspired Hanakasumi body treatment, which includes a thorough foot-and-ankle massage to give your piggies respite from all those Chaturanga Dandasanas. Don’t miss the Saturday Aqua Yoga class in the hot springs pool (during cooler months it’s at the mineral spring-fed indoor pool)—you’d be surprised how buoyancy transforms the Warrior sequence. Plus, book on OmniHotels.com and your spa-cation will provide dinner for a week to a family of four thanks to a partnership with Feeding America.
From $200 per night or $75 for Aqua Yoga with spa garden day pass, omnihotels.com
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