7 Hotels to Help you Keep Your New Year Resolutions

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Working out is a challenge, especially when you’re traveling. But don’t throw in the towel just yet, we’ve rounded up 7 hotels that will help you stick to your fitness goals.

If you’re like us, sticking to those new year resolutions can be a challenge and by mid-February we’ve all but fallen completely off track. It’s no secret that the hardest resolutions to keep are fitness related, and what makes them even more challenging? Sticking to them while you travel. Lucky for us, there are some great independent hotels out there that make sticking to your fitness goals easy and fun. Here are 7 hotels that do just that:

Movara Fitness Resort
Location: Ivins, Utah
Our favorite fitness amenities: 
  • Expert led classes in fitness, aerobic and workout facilities. 
  • Basketball, volleyball, badminton, and Pickleball courts
Tetherow Lodges
Location: Bend, Oregon
Our favorite fitness amenities: 
  • 18-hole championship semi-private course
  • Easy access to skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing and fly fishing
Cooper Hotel Conference Center & Spa
Location: Dallas, Texas
Our favorite fitness amenities: 
  • Complimentary access to the 52,000-square-foot Cooper Fitness Center
  • One mile outdoor cushioned walking/jogging trail
Newagen Seaside Inn
Location: Southport, Maine
Our favorite fitness amenities:  
  • Bicycling, rowboats, tennis
  • Amazing nature trails
Whitney Peak Hotel
Location: Reno, Nevada
Our favorite fitness amenities: 
  • BaseCamp (indoor & outdoor rock climbing walls)
  • Group fitness classes
Tailwater Lodge
Location: Altmar, New York
Our favorite fitness amenities: 
  • Cross-country skiing
  • White water rafting & tubing
Lakehouse Hotel & Resort
Location: San Marcos, California
Our favorite fitness amenities: 
  • 36 holes of championship and executive golf
  • Lakeside access for a morning swim or an afternoon paddle. 

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