Resort Thanksgiving Deals

Spend Thanksgiving at the beach shucking oysters or enjoying a pumpkin spa treatment
Terranea Resort outside Los Angeles is one of the resorts arranging special Thanksgiving events.

Thanksgiving is often a traditional holiday spent at home, together with the family. But for those looking for new Thanksgiving traditions, Destination Hotels & Resorts is offering several Thanksgiving packages at their resorts around the country.

Terranea Resort outside Los Angeles is arranging a Thanksgiving Feast on Nov. 28, where guests can enjoy a buffet-style dinner of traditional Thanksgiving menu items, for the price of $90 per adult and $45 for children ages 5 to 10.

The luxury resort Eden Roc at Miami Beach, Fla., offers a special "spa to bar" hotel package for the holiday season, available until Dec. 1, 2013. The package includes a "Hot Roc" massage — a combination of hot stone and Swedish massage — at the resort’s Elle spa, followed by a complimentary Hot Toddy cocktail.

In Charleston, S.C., Wild Dunes Resort offers guests a "luxury experience with [a] Southern hospitality twist" for Thanksgiving, according to a press release. From Nov. 26 to 29, a Thanksgiving Festival will be held at the resort, with events such as oyster-shucking, live music, and live viewing of the holiday classic A Charlie Brown Christmas. At the resort's spa, a "Pumpkin Enzyme Peel & Latte" offer includes a facial of pumpkin pulp purées, paired with a pumpkin latte for a feeling of fall.

Wild Dunes Resort also offers a Thanksgiving dinner delivery service with food for eight to 10 people, including a whole roasted turkey, cornbread dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans with toasted pecans, glazed baby carrots, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes with brown sugar and marshmallows, dinner rolls, and pumpkin and apple pies — all delivered to the guest's lodge or house for $250.

 

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