Après Awards Season Getaways: Best Resorts for Celebs to Unwind

Après Awards Season Getaways: Best Resorts for Celebs to Unwind

It’s the day after the Grammy’s, and whether celebrating a win or trying to forget a disappointment, awards season A-listers have one thing in common: they need to relax once the festivities conclude. Trading the red carpet for a white sand beach is a must for celebs looking to decompress and disconnect after the non-stop action of the season.

From Turks & Caicos to Mexico and Hawaii, here are some of the most celeb-worthy resorts for unwinding after awards season.

The Private Villa Collection | Turks & Caicos (pictured)

  • This collection of 10 luxury villas with coveted oceanfront locations throughout Providenciales offers celebs and their clans multi-gen families sprawling residences with up to 13 bedrooms. Options include Kisiwa House, a 6-bedroom estate with a free-standing cottage and two pools; and La Dolce Vita, an opulent home valued at over $25 million with 12,300 square feet spread across four acres with a private white sand beach fronting swimmable seas. A-listers can expect large indoor and outdoor entertaining spaces and five-star service from Grace Bay Resorts, which also offers guests preferred access to its nearby resorts and restaurants. Rates from $10,000 per night.

Grace Bay Club | Turks & Caicos

  • The first luxury all-suite resort on the famed Grace Bay Beach offers 82 ocean-view suites spread across three distinct sections, each perfect for accommodating any type of A-list traveler. Those traveling without children will discover an adults-only oasis at The Hotel; families with children can enjoy sprawling residential-style living areas in the newly renovated Villas; and those looking to indulge in ultra-exclusive accommodations can experience a resort-within-a-resort at The Estates. Grace Bay Club is home to seven distinct dining concepts available to guests of any room type, including the island’s celebrated Infiniti Restaurant & Raw Bar, the longest bar in the Caribbean at 90 feet and the first infinity-edge bar in the world, stretching across Grace Bay Club Beach toward the destination’s famous cerulean seas shores. Rates from $700 per night.

Hotel Wailea | Maui, HI

  • Hawaii’s luxury adults-only playground features 72 suites spread across 15 tropical acres. From its scenic perch 300 feet above sea level, panoramic ocean views are punctuated by vistas of three neighboring Hawaiian Islands. The hotel is home to some of the most sought-after experiences in Hawaii, including dining in a private ocean-view treehouse suspended within a canopy of mango and avocado trees, taking a thrill ride in a vintage ’57 Porsche, and embarking on a surf safari across the island’s best breaks. A-listers can unwind from awards season with Hotel Wailea’s $118,000 Paradise Found package, which offers a 7-night stay that begins with private jet transfer on evoJets followed by a private seven-course meal served in Hotel Wailea’s ocean view tree house. A bevy of curated experiences follows, including a tasting of rare Japanese whisky, a luxury yacht excursion, an in-suite couples massage, a private aerial silks yoga class and an afternoon with the hotel’s very own “Bubble Bus,” which dispenses champagne and caviar on demand. Rates from $1,200 per night.

Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina | Oahu, HI

  • An oasis of redefined luxury, Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina thoughtfully welcomes guests to a spacious and private oceanfront resort destination set within the wonders of nature. This unspoiled sanctuary is nestled along four swimmable lagoons teeming with aquatic marine life. Four Seasons Resort Oahu is located on Oahu’s sunny western coast, away from the crowds of Waikiki, making it a celeb fave (for celebs including Sydney Sweeney, Kate Hudson, Jessica Alba, and Amy Schumer, just to name a few). The resort recently unveiled a full renovation of their signature Penthouse Suite (“the most dramatic of all hotel suites on any of the Hawaiian Islands,” according to Forbes) including an expansive private terrace with unmatched ocean views. Guests can enjoy a luxe new skincare line at the resort’s spa (111SKIN, a favorite among Lady Gaga, Jennifer Anniston, Cate Blanchett, and Victoria Beckham); wellness offerings rooted in Hawaiian tradition; 6 on-site dining outlets including Mina’s Fish House, run by James Beard Award-winning Chef Michael Mina; and so much more. Rates from $1,045 per night.

Naviva, A Four Seasons Resort | Punta Mita, MX

  • This newly opened retreat just three hours away from Los Angeles opened in December as the brand’s first adult-only tented resort in the Americas. With only 15 luxury tents – all with private plunge pools – Naviva is one of the smallest Four Seasons resorts in the world where the deep, green jungle is the backdrop for a profoundly grounding retreat. Surrounded by 48 forested acres on the edge of a private peninsula, Naviva is an adult-only sanctuary for A-listers seeking post-awards season refuge. Celebs can enjoy transformative spa rituals in one of two spa pods tucked away in the forest; practice restorative flows at the oceanfront open-air Risco Terrace; rejuvenate poolside at the resort’s Selva Pool nestled in the jungle and heal their mind and body in the custom temazcal (House of Heat). Thanks to Naviva’s all-inclusive rates, credit cards and phones become almost entirely obsolete throughout a guest’s stay, allowing them to disconnect from the outside world, reconnecting with oneself. Rates from $3,950 per night include all meals, snacks and drinks including specialty meals prepared to enjoy throughout the property, one 60-minute spa treatment per guest, and daily practices and rituals.