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United States, All-Inclusive Resorts

Resort at Paws Up, Montana

The Resort at Paws Up® is a luxury Montana ranch. It’s discretely nestled among some of the most breathtaking country in the world. Enjoy Montana horseback riding, Montana fly fishing, or indulge in sumptuous spa treatments.

Accommodations include 28 luxury vacation homesor 30 luxury camping (we call it glamping) tents – all featuring a rustic elegance you won’t find in any other vacation ranches in Montana. Paws Up is the perfect destination for a Montana family vacation, or a Montana honeymoon or luxury resort romantic getaway for couples.

The Resort at Paws Up has distinguished itself from a typical Montana dude ranch or Montana guest ranch. What differentiates Paws Up from other Montana resorts or any other ranch in Montana is our commitment to luxury. We are aluxury resort in Montana offering first-class service and luxurious accommodations and amenities as well as fine dining. From our private homes and luxury tents to our attentive, anticipatory service, getting away to the wilds of Montana is no longer about roughing it. For a true Montana ranch vacation, visit The Resort at Paws Up.

Hotel Hana, Maui Hawaii

Opened in 1947, this 66-acre coastal resort was fully renovated in 2002. Isolated on the eastern side of Maui’s Haleakala mountain, it’s accessed by a 3-hour drive on a winding, two-lane coast highway, with one-lane bridges over waterfalls. The hotel is set in a working ranch, and horses graze on a bluff overlooking Hana Bay. Celebrating couples, eco-adventurers, who come for Hawaiian history, culture, and entertainment, and the many on-site recreational and spa services. A scenic coastal drive along the Hana Highway leads to this boutique hotel in Hana, a historic Hawaiian ranch town. 66 guestrooms include a blend of sea ranch cottages, many with private hot tubs, and bungalow-style cottages that offer the charm of Old Hawaii. Guests enjoy spa treatments, horseback riding, exploring black, white, or red beaches, ukulele or lei-making lessons, and yoga or aqua aerobics. The hotel lends gear for snorkeling, bicycling, fishing, and other sports. Other complementary activities include daily yoga and aqua-aerobics; lei making, ukulele, hula, or pandanus weaving classes; and guided garden walks. Oceanfront horseback trail rides and treatments in the 9-room spa are available for a surcharge.