Your dream getaway based on your vacation personality

Jul 10 2018 by
Categories : Travel

Plan your dream getaway—in Canada or abroad—based on your vacation personality. 

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    Vacation Personality: Upper East Side Vibes Without the Stuffiness

    © Lyttleton
    In Canada: 

    Once-sleepy Prince Edward County has become the Hamptons of Ontario—think luxury wineries, boutique hotels (we’re partial to the newly opened Airbnb Lyttleton in P.E.C.) and farm-to-table restaurants.

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    Vacation Personality: Upper East Side Vibes Without the Stuffiness

    © Solage, an Auberge Resort

    Far and away:

    Napa Valley, your parents’ fave vacation spot, just got...cool? From pool parties and gin tasting at Solage, a part of the Auberge Resorts Collection, to open-air wine tasting and bocce ball at Ashes & Diamonds, there’s plenty to please the millennial traveller.

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    Vacation Personality: Upper East Side Vibes Without the Stuffiness

    © Hunter Boots

    What to pack:

    A jacket. The nighttime can get chilly. 

    Cotton jacket, Hunter ($470, hunterboots.com)

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    Vacation Personality: Lounging is for the Weak

    © Leila Kwok

    In Canada:

    Into sightseeing? Try Victoria. Long overshadowed by neighbouring Vancouver, the city is having a moment, especially for foodies. The plush Courtney Room restaurant just opened at the Magnolia Hotel & Spa; Hotel Rialto relaunched its restaurant as steak house Veneto Kitchen + Bar; and craft brewers like Phillips Brewing & Malting Co. are taking over. Bring your appetite.

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    Vacation Personality: Lounging is for the Weak

    © Getty Images

    Far and away:

    Tbilisi, Georgia, has it all: a thriving fashion scene, nightlife that rivals Ibiza’s and rich food (our style editor loves the khachapuri—salty fresh cheese baked into flaky dough). See it before it’s overrun by tourists.

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    Vacation Personality: Lounging is for the Weak

    © Asics

    What to pack: 

    Playing the tourist is hard on the feet. Save the heels for Vegas.

    Gel-Lyte sneakers, Asics ($150, asics.com)

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    Vacation Personality: Pool, Margarita, Caitlin Moran's Latest

    In Canada:

    While not new new, Sparkling Hill Resort in the Okanagan Valley remains one of Canada’s best. Those views mean you don’t feel guilty for never leaving the infinity pool, and, if you’re up for a little self-care, it now offers wellness and relationship-healing packages.

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    Vacation Personality: Pool, Margarita, Caitlin Moran's Latest

    © Twin Farms

    Far and away:

    Save the Caribbean all-inclusives for dreary February. Instead, embrace the upscale-cottage vibes of Vermont’s Twin Farms, which is just three hours away from Montreal.

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    Vacation Personality: Pool, Margarita, Caitlin Moran's Latest

    © Seafolly

    What to pack:

    Comfort is key for lounging lakeside.

    Viscose-voile cover-up, Seafolly ($206, seafolly.com)

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    Vacation Personality: Heal Thyself With Luxury

    © Ocean House

    In Canada:

    Ocean House, the newly opened high-end wilderness lodge located in the remote rainforests of Haida Gwaii, will ensure you feel 250-percent more relaxed the moment you set foot on the island. Then come the full-service spa, invigorating hikes, fresh seafood and, you guessed it, euphoria.

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    Vacation Personality: Heal Thyself With Luxury

    © Vivamayr

    Far and away:

    Name a celebrity and she’s probably been to VivaMayr, a luxury medical and detox centre in the Austrian Alps (which opened its second location a few years back). Warning: This is an intense
    fitness and wellness program, so if you’re seeking a cushy vacay, try elsewhere. 

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    Vacation Personality: Heal Thyself With Luxury

    © Lole

    What to pack:

    Wellness and athleisure go hand in hand.

    Polyester yoga bag ($70) and TPE 5 mm yoga mat ($39), both Lolë, lolewomen.com 

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