From Cocktail Classes To Art Exhibits: Try These Hotel Virtual Experiences
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From Cocktail Classes To Art Exhibits: Try These Hotel Virtual Experiences

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Parker Diakite
Parker Diakite Apr 6, 2020

Hotels have been very understanding of the fact that people are having cabin fever amid shelter in place orders. That’s why they’re opening their doors to visitors online.

From city views, the beachfront, and more, you can have a vacation from the comforts of your home thanks to these hotels:

Related: These Hotels Are Live Streaming Their Views To Make You Feel Like You’re On Vacation

Virtual Vacation

Hotels across the country are live streaming the view from their lobbies – ultimately placing you inside the hotel.

The Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort, for example, is allowing guests to take a virtual vacation through its recently renovated hotel.

Here’s a list of other virtual vacations you can take at other hotels.

Cocktail Classes With The Langham In London

Need a drink?   The Langham has you covered.  This five-star hotel in London has an Artesian Virtual Bar where staff members are teaching people how to make their very own cocktails.

You can catch the classes on InstagramFacebook or Twitter.

Art Show With The Betsy In Miami

The Betsy South Beach – one of the premier arts hotels in the world – has moved its beloved arts programming online.  With the help of Florida International University and John Stuart, executive director of Miami Beach Urban Studios/FIU – the hotel is putting on an interactive series called “Zen and the Art of…Architecture, Photography, Poetry, and Music,” first reported in Forbes.

There are programs scheduled up until April 20.  Sessions run from 7 to 7:30 p.m. EST and can be accessed via Zoom by sending an RSVP email to: rsvp@thebetsyhotel.com.

Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa: Saint Barthélemy

Thanks to Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa, you’re able to re-create the best part of the island at home – the beach.

As Travel Noire previously reported, the hotel recorded the sounds of the sea from its own natural preserve that can be downloaded anytime. 

Scroll down to the bottom of the hotel’s website to listen.