We work a lot of long hours and love to splurge when it comes to vacation. We are truly looking forward to when the travel ban if fully lifted. These past few months have been emotionally overwhelming with adapting to loss of family & friends, working from home, and strict stay at home orders during covid-19. We are also trying to cope and to support our community during the new civil rights movement. We’ve protested, donated, listened and spread knowledge about African-American history to our Canadian peers. We want to continue to spread knowledge through our blog. This post features a list of black-owned luxury hotels and wineries that you can check out for your future travel adventures.
Akwaaba Mansion in Brooklyn, NY
Of course we had to represent our home town, Brooklyn, NY. Check out Akwaaba Mansion, a posh 1860s mansion situated in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn.
Spice Island Beach Resort in Grand Anse Beach, Grenada
Treat yo’self to a luxury resort with a private pool. Stay at Spice Island Beach Resort in the beautiful Caribbean island of Grenada.
iKhaya Lodge in Capetown, South Africa
Your home away from home can be found at iKhaya Lodge in the coastal city of Cape Town, South Africa.
Jnane Tamsna in Marrakesh, Morocco
Explore the beautiful property of Jnane Tamsna in East Africa.
Salamander Resort & Spa in Middleburg, Virginia
Escape to Salamander Resort & Spa, a luxurious estate in Virginia.
Abbey Creek Vineyard in North Plains, Oregon
Come through drippin’ and sip at Abbey Creek Vineyard in Oregon.
Theopolis Vineyards in Yorkville, CA
Say hey to Theo-patra, Queen of the Vineyards at the gorgeous Theopolis Vineyards in the Yorkville Highlands of America’s West Coast.
Brown Estate in Napa Valley, CA
Visit family run Brown Estate in the famous Napa Valley, California.
Frichette Winery in Benton City, WA
Pack a raincoat and escape to the Pacific North West to explore the vineyards off Frichette Winery.
Marie Cesaire in Ecueil, France
Take a romantic trip to France’s wine country and visit Marie Cesaire.
Have you visited any of these places? Drop a comment below we would love to know! If you have any other recommendations to add to our list, we will gladly include them. Until next time, happy trekking! – Ty & Shay