Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Hop On the Poconos Bandwagon @SPAWEEK





Summer vacation isn’t just for kids, although often, it tends to feel that way. You know life is too hectic when it becomes a challenge just to squeeze in lunch with friends, and even worse, when your own needs (like relaxing and de-stressing) easily fall off the to-do list. Such is no wonder why one of the most popular travel trends today is the girlfriend getaway – a much-needed respite to reminisce, recharge and reconnect.  

While ideal in theory, such travel packages for your favorite group of gal pals don’t necessarily come cheap. From planning accommodations to group activities and coveted spa treatments, this weekend escape can easily turn into a financial burden. That’s whySpa Week has teamed up with The Lodge at Woodloch in Pennsylvania’s beautiful Pocono Mountains to give one lucky group of friends the ultimate bonding experience for mind, body and soul.

During the month of July, visitors to SpaWeek.com can enter to win The Summer Girlfriends Getaway to The Lodge at Woodloch, the Poconos’ premier, all-inclusive destination spa resort. One winner will have the opportunity to whisk three friends away for a four-day, three-night stay for fun and healthy activities, spa treatments and much more. No kids. No significant others. Just you and your BFFs with nothing but time for catching up while winding down.

The winner and guests will have their very own personal concierge to lead the way for their relaxing stay in a calm and peaceful setting. They’ll be treated to three gourmet meals and beverages daily, one spa treatment per person, group wine tasting, Chef’s cooking and baking demonstrations, outdoor excursions (hiking, biking and kayaking), art and cooking classes, and access to relaxing resort amenities such as hot tubs, hydro massage waterfalls and more. The winner will also receive a $100 Spa & Wellness Gift Card by Spa Week® to take help maintain his/her newly revitalized self at their choice of over 8,000 spas and wellness locations across North America.

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