- The Hamptons
- Los Angeles
- New York
- Orange County
- San Diego
- San Francisco
- Washington, D.C.
Nadia Dabbakeh | Photo: Courtesy of Bardessono | May 22, 2014
We asked developer Sheryl Maas for her favorite stateside travel destinations, and now we’ve got major wanderlust.
1. Amangiri, Southern Utah
“Best reached by private plane, the remote nature of this resort is what makes it unique. The property is truly majestic; Lake Powell is captivating: and if you like adventure, you can rock climb, hike, bike or run for days.”
2. Bardessono, Yountville, Calif.
“Featuring modernist architecture, it’s conveniently close to Silverado Trail. Ma(i)sonry Wines tasting rooms hold thousands of wines; French Laundry is across the street; and the best restaurants in Napa are [within] walking distance.”
3. San Ysidro Ranch, Santa Barbara, Calif.
“Relaxing, romantic, great location and perfect weather make this a no-brainer for an easy three to four day getaway. We love driving the coast from LAX, stopping for lunch in Malibu, and then retreating to a very quiet bungalow.”
4. Montage, Beverly Hills, Calif.
“The way they treat the kiddos is bar none. Universal, Disney, shopping, the beach, Getty Museum and amazing restaurants keep kids of all ages happy. The luxurious accommodations and spa keep the parents happy too.”
5. Montage, Deer Valley, Utah
“For a luxe experience with kids, this is it—they literally take your boots off for you. With a bowling alley and a pizza-making oven, you can enjoy wine and thank the lord for surviving another day without breaking a bone.”