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Insider Suggestions: Warm, Winter (Domestic) Resort options

ssindc Platinum 42 Reviews
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OK, folks, I'm looking for something a little different than my normal routine.  We're considering a family excursion for the Xmas/New Years season, but planning for multiple families (age range: high school, college, ... to long-retired), and I've been given innumerable criteria (many of which aren't normally on my list).

 

Among other things, preferences have been stated for:

  • Warm (in winter), so I'm assuming south or southwest
  • Preferably a resort, which suggests, among other things
    • good, on property dining options - bonus points for multiple quality restaurants
    • Pool, spa, and maybe a golf course (but I get the sense the golf course is optional)
  • Direct (and relatively short) flight from DC - grumble, grumble
    • apparently, California is "too far"
    • a preference for domestic (no passports, no language issues)
  • Luxury/higher end - Renaissance, JW Marriott, Autograph - and, apparently, even the Ritz Carlton is in play

 

I'm out of my element here.... My initial research led me to this short list (plus a half-dozen properties that don't have enough rooms available):

 

Oh, and I thought about Atlantis in Nassau (which I've been impressed with), but it doesn't look like that will work.

 

So, fellow Insiders, I welcome your suggestions:

  • what other properties should we be looking at?
  • which of these properties should be looking more closely at?

 

THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR ANY ADVICE!!!!ea

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Location Brand Hotel
Birmingham, Alabama, USA Renaissance Hotels Renaissance Birmingham Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa
Amelia Island, Florida, USA The Ritz-Carlton The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA JW Marriott JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA JW Marriott JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa
San Antonio, Texas, USA Autograph Collection Eilan Hotel Resort & Spa, Autograph Collection
Savannah, Georgia, USA Autograph Collection Mansion on Forsyth Park, Autograph Collection
Savannah, Georgia, USA Autograph Collection The Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront, Autograph Collection
  • Re: Insider Suggestions: Warm, Winter (Domestic) Resort options
    bejacob Platinum 38 Reviews
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    Are Gaylord properties of Vacation Club locations off the table? That could open a few more areas for consideration if they meet all your other criteria. Gaylord probably only adds the Orlando area to your list, but VC might work in AZ, FL, NV, SC, and a even a few less warm places. Booking a larger villa might mean needing fewer rooms, so it could be worth exploring. My experience with VC is limited, but the few times I have visited one, I've discovered many features I like.

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    curiousone Platinum
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    Check out the MVC Canyon Villas in Phoenix, AZ. It is across the parking lot from JW Desert Ridge (5 minute walk, but they also run shuttles to the JW) and you get access to the JW amenities, including golf courses. Several good restaurants on site and you can charge everything back to the MVC Canyon Villas. A 15 minute walk (shuttle also available) is the Desert Ridge shopping center with a collection of restaurants. 2 miles down the road is the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) with the worlds largest collection of musical instruments. After that you have the rest of Arizona available.

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    seatexan Platinum
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    I vote for AZ too.  I have not been to Desert Ridge but I have been to the JW in Tucson.  I was able to swim in Feb! I got a nice tan too! It was great.  The nights and early mornings are pretty chilly but when the sun is up and shinning, its warm warm! The weather is just perfect.  I try to go every year to the Starr Pass in February.  Sadly this year my schedule didn't allow it.  First time to miss out in a few years.

     

    San Antonio is not warm in winter. Not to me... it's 44 degrees there right now!  It does not have the sun power that AZ has.

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      curiousone Platinum
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      Sea Texan, if you like Starr Pass I would highly recommend Desert Ridge. I have been to Starr Pass twice and it is a great hotel, but just too remote for my taste. (Although I do enjoy the free afternoon tequila tastings!) The Desert Ridge main building is the same layout as SP so it will feel familiar. If the remoteness of SP is what you like, you can get the same feel by just staying on property at DR. However, if you want more off property options, you can't beat DR. Also, DR has the Griffin Club, which I think is a great deal, for at least 1 day.

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        seatexan Platinum
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        curiousone I do have to agree with you on the remoteness of SP.  Hard to beat the tequila tho! I will check out Desert Ridge.  I have been meaning to do this anyway.  I have heard lots of good things about it.

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          superchief1 Platinum
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          MVC Canyon Villas is across the street from the JW Desert Ridge and has full access to JW facilities as well as its own pools/fitness center. It offers 1-2BR villas, so it would offer more space and full kitchen.

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    iahflyr Platinum 26 Reviews
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    What about a favorite area for a few of us here, Southwest Florida and Marco Island in particular?

     

    Marco Island Hotels | Marco Island Marriott

     

    Or if you want a bit higher end Florida Beach Resorts - Naples Florida Resorts l The Ritz-Carlton give a look in Naples.

     

    The weather at that time of year should be very very good and probably 5-10 degrees warmer than northern Florida as the temperatures average around  76 at the end of December,  Flights to Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) are probably easy from the D.C. Metro airports and Naples is about a 25 minute drive while Marco Island 35-40 at the most. 

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      ssindc Platinum 42 Reviews
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      IAHFLYR, on second thought, not so sure about that Ritz Carlton for that week - the web was quoting prices from $1,000 to $3,200+ per room per night....  I'm guessing that's out of our price range.

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        iahflyr Platinum 26 Reviews
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        Okay ssindc, guess I should have put in MUCH HIGHER PRICE at the RC.  Honestly it is hard to beat the Marco Resort, especially if you can snag one of their rooms at the very end of the building as you look at the main resort photo it would be on the far right.  Those are some sweet suites (pun intended) if you can get one.  Come to think of it I believe they have them at the end of both buildings along the beach, but you probably need to call the resort directly to get information on those. 

         

        In the resort photos they start around slide 15ish.

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      superchief1 Platinum
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      I agree with the Marco Island recommendation. There is also a MVC resort on the island with 2BR condo units with full kitchen. I also would add Singer Island to the list of recommendations. It is conveniently located near West Palm Beach and has a Marriott Suites resort as well as two MVC properties.

       

      The MVC properties may be difficult to reserve through Marriott, but you might find rentals available on TimeshareUserGroup or Redweek.com. One nice thing about the MVC properties is that there are no charges for parking or resort fees.

       

      If you choose Phoenix, I highly recommend a visit to Sedona.

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  • Re: Insider Suggestions: Warm, Winter (Domestic) Resort options
    ssindc Platinum 42 Reviews
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    Some great early suggestions - THANKS

    • IAHFLYR - Marco Island sounds interesting;
    • bejacob - for this group, I think Gaylord is out - the DC facility is quite nice, but, uh, it's in DC, which kind of defeats the purpose - although we have stayed there for ICE! packages in the past....
    • SeaTexan - thanks for the insight on San Antonio weather - I've only been a few times, and I hadn't looked closely at that aspect
    • curiousone - Phoenix/Scottsdale is definitely in play - but the Camelback is the front-runner - I'm also a longtime fan of the Buttes facility (from when before Marriott acquired it), but ... I have my marching orders...

    KEEP THE SUGGESTIONS COMING!!!!!

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    clebert Platinum 21 Reviews
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    ssindc, I agree with everything IAHFLYR suggested.  I would add that the RC Amelia Island is a fantastic property with every amenity, a wonderful beach, and excellent restaurants, BUT, it is cold in the winter.  You will be wearing jackets there, and the locals will be in Ugg Boots and puffy coats.  Marco or Naples are better options in Florida as the Gulf Side beaches in SW Florida are much, much warmer.  South Florida beaches on the Atlantic side should be good, too.  The RC is Naples is super pricey, but the RC across the Everglades in Ft. Lauderdale might be less expensive if you time it right - I've stayed at the RC Naples, and the cheapest rate I've seen is about $599 a night, whereas I've stayed at the RC Ft. Lauderdale for $250 a night.  That property is urban, though, and not a huge expansive resort.  It does have a nice pool, beachfront service, and a great restaurant, but the beach is across the street - there's a private skywalk for hotel guests and a private portion of the beach, though.  Marco Marriott can be expensive, too, but it's worth it - every amenity you can think of there.  And a wonderful uncrowded huge white sand beach.

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    vertol46 Platinum
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    I'm not sure how warm you want it to be, but if I wanted to go someplace warm at the end of December, I wouldn't go to Birmingham, Charleston, Savannah or even Amelia Island (although that's a fabulous property). I haven't been to Marco Island, but that's where I'd look.

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    randomname Platinum 7 Reviews
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    Consider Turnberry Isle (an Autograph) in Miami.  Great property, great food.

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    Sledchick Platinum 9 Reviews
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    Everyone else had great ideas, but I'm going to throw one more your way just to be different:  Puerto Rico.  You won't need passports, and it's an easy flight.  One Ritz Carlton is 5 minutes from the airport (and the other Ritz properties aren't that far away), there is a Renaissance, and a Marriott Resort & Casino.  I won't list the two Courtyards here (although I stayed in them both).  I have been to all these properties except for Dorado Beach where I visited the property to check it out but didn't stay.  These are some of my favorite Marriotts for easy ocean swimming and the weather is usually very nice for the time of year you're looking at.  In Carolina/Isla Verde, it's safe to walk around the streets and visit the other hotels, restaurants and casinos (I have only been to P.R. with other women and we all concur it's one of the safer places we go).  Something to consider!  Best of luck with your trip planning.

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      clebert Platinum 21 Reviews
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      Regarding Puerto Rico, the Marriott and Ren are in the Condado area which has a nice beach but it is a very urban area (see below).  No Marriotts in Old San Juan which is a fun area, but no beach there either.  Nice to be able to use US money and have your cell phone work as if in the states.  I am not sure that I agree it's all that safe, but you could say that about much of the Caribbean and many places in the US.  2015-09-17 17.12.31.jpg2015-09-17 17.12.37.jpg

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        Sledchick Platinum 9 Reviews
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        Nice photos clebert.    I wish I was there right now!  I guess I'm just a bold girl, because we usually take the "roach coach" (public bus) from Isla Verde or Condado to Old San Juan sometimes on a daily basis after the beach.  Yes, we get a lot of looks but we smile back, everyone is friendly and we have never had any trouble.  I love to walk around there, so maybe I'm crazy (I have yet to be committed).  But at night when staying on Isla Verde we go back and forth from all the casinos, to Ruth's Chris, etc.  Even walking to the little Puerto Rican restaurant (Metropol which I highly recommend for Carribbean fare) is undaunting.  But I go for the beach and easy access from the airport, so even leaving the properties is a bonus pour moi!!

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        • Re: Insider Suggestions: Warm, Winter (Domestic) Resort options
          clebert Platinum 21 Reviews
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          Sledchick I haven't spend any time around Carolina except the airport or Isla Verde, so maybe those areas are safer.  I walked from Condado to Old San Juan and generally felt safe in the daylight, but I wouldn't do it at night.  The cabbies were also sketchy and demanding cash only and making up the routes/rates as they went along.  There were a lot of lower-end businesses near Condado that wanted you to pay in cash, too, and the local Puerto Rican in our group said it's because they aren't reporting transactions to the government or paying taxes.  She also told us that there was a fair amount of carjacking and that tourists should not leave the main tourist areas or they would be mugged, carjacked, etc.  BTW, I stayed at the Vanderbilt Condado which was a 5-star property (below) and I'd highly recommend it over either of the Condado Marriott properties, not that there is anything wrong with them.  Lots of old shelled-out looking buildings along the beach in Condado as well as bars on the windows even though Condado is supposedly the luxury part of town.  2015-09-17 17.13.18.jpg2015-09-17 17.17.15.jpg

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          • Re: Insider Suggestions: Warm, Winter (Domestic) Resort options
            Sledchick Platinum 9 Reviews
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            Yes, the empty buildings are kind of creepy when walking along the beachfront.  There is a dilapidated cemetery there too, right?  You're braver than me -- I wouldn't walk from Condado to OSJ.  And I had the same taxi experience you did.  I'm perfectly happy to spend my days out on the beach, having the hotel waiter bring me my mango coladas to my beach chair.

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    iahflyr Platinum 26 Reviews
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    Speaking of Marco Island, last night we watched an HGTV show called Island Life that I'd saved on DVR.  Gave a nice idea of Marco and even filmed a segment at CJ's Restaurant which is one of the spots we have lunch and a drink when on the island.

     

    See if you can find it ON DEMAND or some other source, title was New Hampshire Couple to Marco Island.

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    jakeal Gold 15 Reviews
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    ssindc, a bit of a stretch, but I have always wanted to visit Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa, but have never been able to get there. You could fly direct from DCA to PNS and then would have about an hour drive to the resort.

     

    Happy Planning!

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    ssindc Platinum 42 Reviews
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    Well ... so many suggestions ... and ... well ... the early returns from the (extended, oh-so-conservative) family look like we're headed to Phoenix/Scottsdale and the JW Camelback (which I've enjoyed in the past)....   As compromises go, it's not a bad outcome...

     

    The next big debate: as many as six rooms, five nights (a total of up to 30 nights), category 8 - points (lots of points) ... or ... cash (lots of cash)??!?!?!?!? 


    [Gotta be points, right?  right?  But - sometimes - travelling with extended family or friends - I'm surprised/disappointed by how uncomfortable others are letting us cover the rooms with points, and sometimes it's not worth fighting about....  We'll see how this one plays out....]

    In any event, it's nice to have the luxury of sitting on a points war chest large enough to be pondering this question.....

     

    Thanks for all of your suggestions... [Sorry they only let me choose a few answers as correct/helpful...] There's always next year....

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    • Re: Insider Suggestions: Warm, Winter (Domestic) Resort options
      jerryl Platinum 2 Reviews
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      El Charro is a nice restaurant very close by

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        AZDesertRat Platinum
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        It is - a very nice place to eat and wonderful for Sunday brunch.  The sticky buns (cinnamon rolls) at El Chorro are a destination dish - addicting.

        ssindc

             If there are hikers in the group, both Camelback Mountain and Piestawa Peak (aka Squaw Peak) are close and worth climbing.  Don't miss the Musical Instruments Museum described above by curiousone and for great southwestern ambience try an evening at Lon's at the Hermosa Inn, which is within 2 miles of the Camelback Inn.curiousone

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          ssindc Platinum 42 Reviews
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          Absolutely, AZDesertRat, will do - I've done a fair amount of hiking (and biking) in the area.

           

          As a side note, on the bike, the seemingly endless (what is it?  8 miles?) arrow-straight ever-so-slight descent on Dynamite road from near the Four Seasons (actually, it turns into East Rio Verde) is unlike anything I've done anywhere else....  It's really kind of wild....

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          jerryl Platinum 2 Reviews
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          lons is fabulous and book an outside table. well worth it

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          • Re: Insider Suggestions: Warm, Winter (Domestic) Resort options
            AZDesertRat Platinum
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            ssindc    In addition to Sapporo (mentioned by  IAHFLYR above), two other restaurants you might enjoy include Houston's (Scottsdale Road south of Lincoln) and Razz's (Scottsdale Road just south of Shea).  Also a terrific, but very down to earth Afghan restaurant, details upon request.   Have a great time here.  Little chance of anything but great weather.

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      bejacob Platinum 38 Reviews
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      Points!

       

      But.... Since this trip is over year-end, maybe pay for one room to accumulate nights toward the MegaBonus that is usually going on during that period. Just a thought.

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      pluto77 Alumni Steward Gold 25 Reviews
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      ssindc,

      I didn't chime in earlier, because there were so many good suggestions and "apparently California is too far,"  but while there's certainly nothing wrong with Phoenix in the winter for sure, Southern California is only an extra half hour in the airplane.  From west to east, when there's a head wind tail wind (boy do I feel dumb), the flight can even come in at around 4 hrs, 15 mins.  So, I'm just putting it out there.  Beaches, museums and aquariums, of course amusement parks, nature preserves, the arts, mountains, lots of recreation, even skiing.  Good food too, but there's good food most everywhere.

       

      For Phoenix, I imagine you might consider a day trip or an over-nighter to Sedona (and sorry if that was previously mentioned).

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      carat Community Manager Marriott Associate Silver
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      Looks like you've picked a wonderful destination, ssindc.  This spot is definitely on my bucket list! Do share your photos and experiences with us all.

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      clebert Platinum 21 Reviews
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      ssindc, please take some good pics and post for us when you return!

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      bpelican Platinum 57 Reviews
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      ssindc

       

      Great choice, can't go wrong at Camelback!  Enjoy!

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      iahflyr Platinum 26 Reviews
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      A great choice.  Last time the Son and I went to Camelback to play some Scottsdale golf courses they upgraded us to a two floor Casita with a huge sun deck that was awesome to watch sunsets. 

       

      Sapporo near the Scottsdale Airport had amazing Japanese food and Sushi last time if you enjoy Asian cuisine.

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