Summer fun in Hawaii, France and Napa Valley

Fancy a new program focused on nature, breathtaking views of the Mediterranean and a festival with world-class performances? We’ve got you covered with our selection of summer fun in Hawaii, France and Napa Valley.

Turtle Bay Complex, Oahu, Hawaii

Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, the iconic Turtle Bay Complex is the perfect destination for a summer getaway with 1,300 acres of unspoiled beaches, gardens and public spaces. Turtle Bay Resort has launched new nature-focused programming, including guided birding tours, horseback riding and the Jamie O’Brien Surfing Experience. In time for summer trips, the resort is launching new immersive experiences at the on-site Kuilima Farm, in partnership with Pono Pacific. This season, guests can tour the farm to learn about the history of the area, taste a variety of items straight from the soil, vines and trees, and pick their own or visit the farm stand to bring home items to taste as well. For families looking to immerse themselves in island culture, the resort has launched a Paniolo Pāʻina dinner series paying homage to Hawaii’s cowboy culture. Weekly Pāʻina Dinners celebrate Hawaii’s rich ranching and cowboy heritage – with a roast dinner and other traditional Paniolo Ranch fare, hula lessons, storytelling and entertainment.

The Majestic, France

The Majestic, Cannes, France

Located on the Croisette, opposite the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, and next to the old port, The Majestic offers breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea. With optimal weather during the summer season, you can enjoy the private swimming pool with green palm trees and umbrellas, a private beach at La Plague Le Majestic, or take to the water with an array of water activities including parachute climbing, wakeboarding or paddleboarding. Feel like a movie star while staying in the property’s 4,845 square feet Christian Dior suit, which was designed by the brand with an unparalleled 180° panoramic view of the Mediterranean Sea from its terrace, two vast bedrooms, an en-suite cinema, a sumptuous Louis XVI dining room and private butler service.

The Yountville Estate

The Yountville Estate, Yountville, California

Each July, the Napa Valley Festival brings together world-class performances, innovative programming featuring established artists and emerging talent, and the culture, cuisine and hospitality the region is famous for. The Yountville Estate, located in the heart of Napa Valley, is a contemporary retreat nestled in a 137-year-old winery resort in the charming town of Yountville, California, ideal for visitors. With luxury accommodations, at Vintage House and Hotel Villagio, guests will savor food and wine offerings that are destinations in their own right. With plenty of experiences to relax and explore, all surrounded by rolling vineyards, The Estate Yountville immerses guests in an experience that is effortlessly Napa.

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