Cities with the Best Summer Resorts
Still deciding where to visit for your summer vacation this year? America is filled with many different vacation spots to satisfy all your summer wants and needs. Whether you’re looking for some relaxation, a family-friendly getaway, or to learn about new places, Homes.com has got you covered. Check out these cities with the best summer resorts!
Disney’s Island Resort
Voted #1 for the Top 10 Islands in the Continental US by Travel + Leisure, there are plenty of reasons why Hilton Head Island has become an ultimate coastal retreat. With over 250 restaurants, 33 world-class golf courses, miles of beaches, and Disney’s Island Resort, Hilton Head is the perfect family getaway. Fashioned after a 1940s hunting and fishing lodge, Disney’s Island Resort combines local charm and simple pleasures with outdoor fun for the entire family.
Looking for some zen and balance? Miraval Arizona in Tucson “pioneers a unique, mindful approach to wellness in the warm shade of Tucson’s Santa Catalina Mountains.” This resort offers a variety of mindful programs, nurturing spa treatments, diverse cuisine and an expert staff of well-being specialists. Receiving multiple awards and accolades, Miraval believes in creating powerful, transformational experiences.
The Dunes Resort
With miles of beautiful beaches and scenery, it’s no wonder why Saugatuck has become a hotspot for tourists. This Midwest city is noted as being the “art coast” of Michigan as many people are attracted to the many art galleries and the Big Pavilion, a large dancing hall. Saugatuck is also home to The Dunes Resort, Michigans only gay resort. This resort offers a simple, comfortable hotel resort experience while also offering fun entertainment venues.
Santa Maria Suites
Know as the southernmost city in the contiguous United States, Key West offers tourists and residents a slow, carefree beach lifestyle. Relax in the moment at the Santa Maria Suites where adventures are just outside your doorstep. Located right between Duval and Gulf Street, there are plenty of shops, restaurants, and beaches within walking distance. While in Key West, don’t forget to stop by Nobel Prize-winning author, Ernest Hemingway’s, home for a tour and don’t forget to get a slice of the delectable Key Lime Pie.
Nantucket Hotel and Resort
Nantucket is America’s first resort town and attracts many tourists from all over to experience the small-town, easy-going island life. Known as a National Historic Landmark District since 1966, Nantucket offers activities for everyone. Whether it may be reading on the beach, biking around the island, or exploring downtown, this charming, timeless New England city has it all. Originally built in 1891, the Nantucket Hotel and Resort is family-owned and was ranked #1 by Tripadvisor for the Top 25 Hotels in the United States.
Riviera Palm Springs
Located in Palm Springs, The Riviera Palm Springs is an “iconic alluring oasis” where you can feel like a Hollywood elite. This resort combines a cool retro vibe and mid-century flair that allows guests to live in the moment and celebrate the past. You can lounge by the outdoor pool where Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack once sunbathed or relax and unwind at the Azure Spa and Salon. Enjoy the California-inspired cuisine and live music on the weekends at the Soleil Pool in the heart of the resort.