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Top 6 opulent fall vacations to "Fall" for

Top 6 opulent fall vacations to “Fall” for

What better way to enjoy the cooler months than by embarking on a unique autumn journey, with over half of Americans declaring October to be their favourite season? 

These six can’t-miss fall vacations are perfect for all types of travellers, whether they want a lengthy getaway to take in the breathtaking fall foliage or a short journey to take part in local activities.

American States

Halekulani, Hawaii’s capital city

The renowned luxury beachside resort is presenting two exceptional experiences this autumn that are perfect for foodies and wellness tourists. On September 13 and 14, Halekulani will collaborate with Imperial Hotel Tokyo’s Chef du Cuisine Les Saisons and Executive Chef of La Mer Alexandre Trancher to organise an extraordinary French culinary experience, which will include a five-course gourmet meal with special wine pairings, at La Mer. One of LA’s most in-demand hairdressers, Michael Solis, will host “Hair Care Beyond Beauty” at the hotel in October as part of the Art of Wellbeing Visiting Masters Series from Oct. 12–18.

Hawaii’s Royal Hawaiian Centre, Honolulu

The 77th Annual Aloha Festivals, the largest Hawaiian cultural celebration in the United States, will kick off autumn on September 9 at the Royal Grove of the Royal Hawaiian Centre, Waikiki’s top dining, shopping, and entertainment destination. On the sacred grounds of Kamehameha Schools, hula and musical performances will take place that evening. This setting is ideal for this year’s theme of Piliina, which is to feel kinship with the land. In addition, on October 29, Royal Hawaiian Centre will conduct their annual Halloween Keiki Costume Contest, which is free and open to the public.

Honolulu, Hawaii’s Halepuna Waikiki by Halekulani

The Aloha Festival festivities take place throughout September, and this gorgeous Waikiki resort is the perfect spot to stay. Enjoy events like The Waikk Ho’olaule’a, Hawai’i’s largest annual block party with local fare, music, and entertainment, on September 23. The Bishop Museum, Honolulu Museum of Art, and Manoa Heritage Centre are three of Oahu’s top cultural attractions, and Halepuna visitors are welcome to visit them for free (simply present your hotel key!).

New York, New York, The Knickerbocker

According to U.S. News & World Report, the city that never sleeps has some of the best fall foliage in 2023. Stay at The Knickerbocker hotel to plan an urban leaf-peeping excursion. It is conveniently situated between Bryant Park, Central Park, and the Hudson River Parkway, as well as being halfway between Brooklyn’s Prospect Park and the Bronx’s New York Botanical Garden. In the months leading up to the ultimate New Year’s Eve party, guests can enhance their autumnal experience at the hotel’s crown gem, the St. Cloud rooftop, where they can take in legendary views of Times Square and the New Year’s Ball.



The annual Otsukimi festival, often known as the “moon-viewing” festival, is set for September 29 in Japan, and HOTEL THE MITSUI KYOTO has planned an exceptional experience for visitors to fully immerse themselves in the long-standing custom. In September, visitors can take part in the short-lived Otsukimi Art Tour, a lantern-guided twilight tour of the hotel’s ancient artwork and architecture that is followed by a traditional tea ceremony. One more motivation to go to Kyoto in the autumn? During the peak foliage season, which lasts from mid-November to early December, magical hues begin to show.

Japan’s Okinawa island of Halekulani

This October, Halekulani Okinawa is offering special celebrations for two significant cultural holidays. Visitors can celebrate Okinawa Soba Day (October 17) all month long at House Without A Key, where Japanese Head Chef Yuichi Mitsui prepares healthy Okinawa Soba with Pork Ribs with real Okinawan flour soba noodles in a unique umami-flavored broth. Okinawa is the birthplace of karate, therefore visitors looking for a more physical experience can participate in the hotel’s Discover the Island’s Mabui (Soul) programme, which includes instruction from a traditional Okinawan karate master, on October 25, Okinawa Karate Day. Participants gain historical perspective on how the martial art improves the bond between the body and mind, and they even get a personalised karate costume!

Source- Travel daily

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