Monday, February 4, 2013

relax and recharge

Part of looking good means feeling good. To our minds, taking the opportunity to unplug, relax and recharge, is just as important as finding the perfect pair of jeans. Accordingly, we spent the better part of the weekend surrounded by snowy pines, wrapped up in a cozy spa robe at Sundara Inn and Spa. Nestled off the beaten path in Wisconsin Dells and named by Good Morning America as the 3rd favorite spa in America, the sanskrit word for "beautiful" leaves no detail up to chance.



With in suite fireplaces, an outdoor heated infinity pool, and organic cuisine , our tension, stress and the outside world, simply melted away as we indulged in just a sampling amongst the luxurious array of services. This is a must stop if you're anywhere near the midwest (and even if you're not)!





The view from our suite was simply magical as the sun rose to fill the off suite, enclosed wooden balcony. You couldn't ask for a better way to wake up! We even spotted a few baby deer scampering along after their mother.

A look down at the heated infinity pool and fireplace. Yes, we took a steamy dip!

With a mission that seeks to approach everything with wellness, this spa certainly delivers.  We only apologize we couldn't share more of the spa ( no photography allowed)!

However, Even if you just want to pop in for a pedicure, you can enjoy the purifying bath ritual, steam room, whirlpools and outdoor infinity pool all day long ( yes, no need to stay overnight). Although, the beds are quite delicious; our mom even bought one of the feather pillows. And, each room comes complete with a series of soothing meditative spa music compilations.

Few magical cell phone free retreats like this exist! Now, back to reality.... with a little Hydrating Mist (part of their signature line with ingredients indigenous to the area) to keep the spa experience going back home! 
Can't wait for our next visit! Hope you all had a great weekend.



9 comments:

  1. Oh, great suggestion! We live in the Twin Cities, so this would be a lovely weekend getaway!

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  2. Mary, we cannot thank you enough for sharing your Sundara experience on your blog. And wow - what wonderful photography! We're so grateful for guests like you, please come back and see us again soon! Be well and stay energized!
    On behalf of the entire Sundara Inn & Spa Team, our gratitude!

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