A Trio of Properties for Active Clients

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These three properties are offering guests the chance to learn a new skill while they vacation.

3. Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort

If learning how to scuba dive has always been on your client’s bucket list, then send them to Fiji’s five-star luxury Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort. This eco-resort, which is recognized for providing some of the best dive sites in Fiji, offers guests the opportunity to become scuba certified in as little as three days. From sites just 10 minutes away to the world-class reefs of the Namena Marina Reserve, the resort offers a variety of dives for novices and experts alike.

Rates start at approximately $818 per night. For more information, visit fijiresort.com.

2. The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe

Newbies to the sport of skiing needn’t worry if they’re heading to The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe. Located mid-mountain at Northstar California Resort, The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe is a contemporary mountain property featuring slope-side ski-in, ski-out access in winter. With an onsite ski rental shop, ski valet and many options for ski lessons available with Northstar, guests have all the tools needed to learn to ski. For those who would rather strap themselves to a snowboard than a pair of skis, Northstar is also home to the world’s only Burton Academy—created by Jake Burton himself—and designed to help guests learn how to snowboard quickly and safely.

Rates start at $229 per night. For more information, visit ritzcarlton.com.

1. The Edgewater

At The Edgewater Hotel, a waterfront property in Seattle, guests are able to cross learning how to play guitar off their bucket list. Through the Rock Stars & Guitars program, guests can check out acoustic or electric guitars from local Emerald City Guitars, and sheet music from the front desk daily. Sheet music includes songs from The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Frank Zappa, Van Halen and Pearl Jam, providing guests with a vast range of options for total amateurs, beginners and advanced guitar players. When guests aren’t jamming out in their rooms, The Edgewater’s location on Pier 67 makes it an easy starting point for exploring the rest of Seattle.

Nightly rates start at $279. For more information, visit edgewaterhotel.com.

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