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Vacation Tips: Creating the Ultimate Relaxation Experience

It’s ironic how planning a relaxing and luxurious vacation can be one of the most downright stressful experiences. Whether it’s coordinating family wants and schedules, failed plans, or choosing the wrong venue, it seems like stress is an inevitable part of any vacation – but not anymore! At Trianon Hotels, we’re committed to creating the ultimate relaxation vacation experience. That’s why we’ve come up with some tips to help you manage stress and make the most of every moment of your getaway.

Tip #1: Choose the Perfect Destination

Take some time to do research and ensure that you’re choosing the best possible backdrop for a dream vacation. All of us have places that seem to put us on edge and avoiding these destinations is crucial to a relaxed, carefree trip. Close your eyes and imagine a place where you can truly let go of all of your worries and focus on unwinding – that’s where you need to be.

Tip #2: Be Flexible

It’s important to understand that, at some point during a vacation, things will not go as planned. Being able to anticipate and expect change will help to maintain a laidback, go-with-the-flow mentality. While it’s important to have certain activities and events in mind to help you make the most of every minute of your vacation, keep your options open. Don’t be afraid to let go and be spontaneous!

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Tip #3: Throw Out the Alarm Clock

Some of us have trouble letting go of a rigid schedule, but if you want to truly experience ultimate relaxation, the only clock you should be listing to is your body. Throughout your vacation, you might find yourself tired in the middle of the afternoon or lingering in bed after the morning alarm clock. Give in to temptation and let yourself drift back to sleep! Your body and mind will thank you for it later.

Tip #4: Take a Little More “Me Time”

If you’re doing some solo traveling, then this is easy to do. However, when vacations involve family, friends, or even a significant other, sometimes “me time” can get lost along the way. No matter how many people are involved in your vacation experience, it’s important to take time for yourself. Carve out just 30 minutes here and there to go sit by the pool, enjoy some coffee, or read a book.

Tip #5: Savor the Moment

No matter where you are, who you’re with, or what you have planned, the most important thing to remember is to savor every moment. Life comes quick and sometimes we forget to press the pause button and enjoy the view. Make a point to embrace the experiences and people around you so that you will have wonderful memories to look back on down the road.