- The Washington Times - Thursday, May 4, 2017

As the Chicago song goes, everybody needs a little time away. Vail, Colorado’s Sonnenalp Hotel is partnering with Wild Wellness Travel for four-day wellness retreats this summer and fall. Wellness and health experts will lead those needing to recharge in writing, self-empowerment and meditation exercises in the resort town of Vail, located snug up against the Rocky Mountains — and a popular ski area in the winter months.

Visitors can take yoga lessons or even unwind in the Sonnenalp’s world-class spa, or enjoy more active possibilities such as hiking, paddle-boarding, mountain biking or golf.

“Already offering a wonderful spa program, The Sonnenalp Hotel wanted to expand to include the wellness services discerning travelers are now demanding when they take a spa vacation,” said Patricia McNamara, director of sales and marketing for The Sonnenalp, in a statement. “By working with Wild Wellness Travel, we found a perfect way to expand our wellness services through a series of retreats that provide guests with a place to reconnect with nature and learn from experts in the field.”

To book one of the retreat packages, visit Sonnenalp.com.

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