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Be Well at the Del

Attn yoginis: Hotel Del Coronado’s next wellness weekend is here


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I never need much convincing to visit The Del. I love the old-school seaside gal for her regal Queen Anne architecture and storied past. I like to wander about imagining author L. Frank Baum penning sequels to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and Marilyn Monroe frolicking in the sand out front during Some Like It Hot. And now my own favorite personal memory of The Del involves downward dogs on the beach to the sounds of crashing waves.

If you’re looking for an excuse to spend a weekend out there, I’ve got one for you, as the “Be Well at the Del” yoga retreat is a nice little two-day retreat involving a good dose of exercise, well-needed pampering and great food.

It’s two nights in their newly redesigned rooms (think contemporary cottage-style), two 90-minute yoga classes in the sand, a heart-thumping beach bootcamp, a trip to the spa (get the Shell Facial), massive breakfast spreads at Sheerwater each morning (super healthy or indulgent—your call), and a four-course dinner at 1500.

The "Be Well" package runs June 1-3 and costs $650 per person based on double occupancy, so grab a girlfriend and head over the bridge for an easy-access vacation without the airfare or long car ride.  
 

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