The Best Healthy Eating Hotels In Every State
Let's be real: eating right while traveling hasn't always been easy. Without access to a kitchen to make your own meals, it can be much harder to make smart decisions—especially when you're surrounded by indulgent dining options. Luckily, all that is changing now that more and more hotels and resorts are ditching their calorie-laden dishes for more health-conscious menus.
In a 2011 TripAdvisor survey, 57% of people confessed to eating unhealthy foods more often on vacation than they do at home. And another 2013 TripIt survey revealed that 66% of travelers find eating healthy on the go to be stressful.
The truth is, there are lots of ways to avoid blowing your diet on vacation. For instance, you might pack some of your own snacks or pop by a local supermarket to stock up on healthy nibbles. That way, you're less likely to grab those processed convenience foods that tend to be high in sugar, salt, and fat.
But if all that sounds like too much trouble, you can also seek out accommodations that make it easy to eat right. And we did the groundwork for you by rounding up the best healthy eating hotels in every state, powered by data from Hotels.com. So, what are you waiting for? Book the flight, pack your bags, and rest assured that you can enjoy your getaway without getting off track. Then, be sure to check out our list of The Best Expensive Restaurant in Every State.
ALABAMA: Element Huntsville in Huntsville
Guests seem to appreciate the complimentary breakfast at the Element Huntsville, which is strategically situated near many popular attractions. Dining options at these bright, modern digs include Rise for a balanced breakfast (like protein-packed egg sandwiches, fresh fruit, and nourishing whole-grain granola), and the award-winning Sage Grill for Mediterranean-inspired lunch and dinner (like quinoa salad, shrimp kabobs, and veggie and hummus platters). When you need a quick bite on your way out to explore the area, swing by the grab-and-go pantry Restore for a healthy snack. It's also worth mentioning that nearly half of the suits here also feature full kitchens, so if you want to, you can chef up your own healthy meals throughout your stay.
ALASKA: Winterlake Lodge in Skwentna
Outdoorsy travelers will instantly fall in love with the quaint hand-crafted log cabins, historic nearby trails, and fun personalized adventure itineraries provided at Winterlake Lodge. After a calorie-torching day of hiking and biking, take part in one of the hands-on three-course cooking classes on a 1940's crabbing boat, which emphasizes a mindful approach to eating.
While the menus change constantly, they always center around local sea vegetables, herbs, berries, mushrooms, and wild fish. Sample menus at the lodge include house-made yogurt with hazelnut granola, Alaska-grown barley cereal with birch syrup, wild mushroom soup, grilled shrimp, and poached halibut. Best of all, the award-winning chefs are always able to accommodate any dietary restrictions or food allergies—from vegan to gluten-free diets.
ARIZONA: Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Scottsdale
There's definitely no shortage of healthy dining options at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, a luxury resort that highlights the beauty of the Sonoran Desert. Ironwood American Kitchen serves a bounty of local, farm-to-table and organic dishes, while Toro Latin Restaurant & Rum Bar featured fresh sushi, sashimi, and nigiri. Here's a taste of what a day of eating might look like here: vegan chia seed pudding with coconut milk, agave, lime, vanilla almond granola for breakfast; dairy-free kaffir coconut curry with cauliflower, heirloom carrots, and cashews for lunch; and grilled sustainable salmon with English pea pesto, roasted spring vegetables and chive blossom for dinner.
All four of the on-site restaurants and in-room dining facilities will go above and beyond to accommodate your dietary needs — in fact, chefs have been known to even create custom dishes that fit your diet, needs, and preferences, whether you're keto, paleo, lactose-intolerant, or gluten-free.
ARKANSAS: South Walton Suites in Bentonville
Eating healthy is a lot easier when you have a full kitchen at your disposal–and that's exactly what South Walton Suites offers. After whipping up a homemade breakfast, lunch, or dinner, you can enjoy the fruits of your labor out on your own private balcony.
Or, if you don't have the time or energy to chef something up, head on down to MELD Kitchen, the on-premise restaurant. There, you'll find plenty of nutrient-packed eats like veggies and whole-grain pita with hummus, blackened fish and avocado sandwich, black bean tacos, turkey burger, and a grilled veggie pesto pizza on whole-wheat crust. Best of all, the whole MELD menu is available for room service, so you don't even have to leave your suite to dig in.
CALIFORNIA: Stanford Inn & Resort in Mendocino
This luxurious, sustainable eco-resort, which is set on a lush meadow overlooking Mendocino Bay, offers a wide array of wellness-focused experiences, from kayaking to yoga. But where it really shines is its award-winning farm-to-table restaurant The Ravens, which serves up sumptuous plant-based meals with ingredients from the Stanford Inn & Resort's own Certified Organic gardens. (Think: vegan portobello mushroom enchiladas, local sea palm and root vegetable strudel, and maple-tamari glazed tofu.) The Stanford even hosts holistic programs and workshops for families to help picky eaters overcome their ways and adopt healthier habits.
COLORADO: Catbird in Denver
One of the reasons why it's so tough to eat healthy while traveling is that you can't cook your own meals—but that's not the case at Catbird in Denver's RiNo Art District, which blurs the lines between hotel and home. The hip accommodations, which just opened in the summer of 2021, features full kitchens in each guest room with high-end housewares and cooking supplies, such as individually packaged, pre-measured spices from Occo. That makes it easy peasy to commit to healthy eating.
You can even rent additional kitchen supplies from the Catbird Playroom, such as blenders, air fryers, Instant Pots, and more. Need a little culinary inspiration? The lobby kitchen is always stocked with plenty of nutritious grab-and-go meal kits to prepare in-room.
CONNECTICUT: The Spa At Norwich Inn in Norwich
With fitness classes, massage treatments, and a relaxation room perfect for meditating, the historic Spa At Norwich Inn provides the perfect place to pamper yourself. While surrounded by picturesque perennial gardens, fountains, courtyards, and a golf course, you can feast on seafood, vegetarian food, and gluten-free dishes alike at Kensington's Restaurant—healthy menu highlights include an egg-white omelet loaded with veggies, falafel salad, and a blackened tuna wrap with avocado.
Or, if you're looking for something quick to grab on the go, the on-site juice bar offers a variety of lighter fare, from Greek yogurt parfaits with house-made granola and chocolate hummus with fresh fruit to green smoothies. You can even sip smarter—the juice bar serves organic wines, gluten-free beers, and low-calorie cocktails.
DELAWARE: The Inn At Montchanin Village & Spa in Wilmington
In addition to the cozy rooms complete with well-manicured private courtyards and fireplaces, the historic Inn At Montchanin Village & Spa is also well-known for its farm-to-table restaurant, Krazy Kat's Restaurant—which is open for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Healthy brunch-time options include brûléed grapefruit, avocado toast with smoked honey and black salt, and house-made granola parfait.
As for the dinner menu, gluten-free guests will be pleased to find options like Faroe Island salmon with red quinoa and red snapper with root vegetable hash, while vegetarians can choose from roasted honeynut squash with wild rice, curried red lentil soup, and beet and burrata salad with spiced walnuts.
FLORIDA: 1 Hotel South Beach in Miami
Farm-stand fresh, Florida local ingredients take center stage on the menus at this sustainable beachfront resort. On-site restaurants at the 1 Hotel South Beach south-beach include Habitat (offers lightened-up versions of popular Mexican dishes), Wave (emphasizes organic sea-to-table dishes), and Plnthouse (a casual plant-focused eatery with fresh-pressed juices, fruit smoothie bowls topped with seeds, high-protein wraps, and grain bowls that are perfect for enjoying oceanside).
GEORGIA: EVEN Hotel – Cobb Galleria in Atlanta
Whether you're living a gluten-free lifestyle or following a heart-healthy Mediterranean diet, you'll have no trouble finding tasty, nutrient-dense meal options at the EVEN Hotel Cobb Galleria. The EVEN brand is dedicated to ensuring all guests can stick with their diet, fitness, and overall wellness goals while traveling. Plus, they offer a wealth of healthy dishes at their in-house restaurant Cork & Kale, like acai bowls, fresh salads, and high-protein flatbread sandwiches.
No matter when you feel peckish, the on-site 24-hour marketplace has a multitude of smart snacking options. Even the bar menu includes drink options that clock in under 100 calories. As an added bonus, in-room exercise equipment and videos make it super convenient to keep up with your fitness routine.
HAWAII: Sensei Lanai, A Four Seasons Resort in Lanai City
Seeing as this wellness resort was co-founded by world-renowned physician and scientist Dr. David Agus with the goal of helping people live longer, it's no surprise that guests have access to a variety of nutritious eating options during their stay.
The philosophy at Sensei Lānaʻi, a Four Seasons Resort is moderation rather than restriction, so you'll never feel deprived—but you will be able to find a healthy balance. At the on-site restaurant Sensei by Nobu, you can fill up on egg white or tofu scrambles, flaxseed pancakes, and fresh local fruit in the morning. Then at dinner, savor veggie-centric Japanese dishes—many of which can be prepared vegan.
During their stay, guests also have one-on-one access to a nutritionist, who can help them determine whether they need to make any changes to their diet to support their overall health.
IDAHO: Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch in Stanley
Breakfast, picnic lunches, and dinners are all included in lodging at the Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch—which is good news, because the food is without a doubt one of the highlights at this 870-acre ranch. Chefs here always use local and organic fruits, vegetables, meats, and cheeses whenever possible, and those efforts certainly pay off.
Kickstart your day with steel-cut oatmeal or a spinach and flaxseed-infused fruit smoothie, then fuel up with an arugula-farro and pear salad or smashed chickpea and avocado sandwich at lunch. The dinner menu has plenty of vegetarian and pescetarian options alike, from grilled cauliflower steak and burrata salad to sauteed scallops and seared wild salmon with saffron broth.
Perhaps the most memorable foodie experience, though, are the lawn family dinners on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, with plenty of plant-based dishes like kale Caesar salad, roasted lemony asparagus, charred corn, and portobello mushrooms. Trust us—you'll need to nourish your body after an adventurous day of mountain biking, white water rafting, hiking, and swimming in the natural hot springs pool.
ILLINOIS: The Langham in Chicago
In addition to a state-of-the-art fitness facility and personal trainers on staff to help you stay in shape during your stay, the elegant on-site restaurant at The Langham, Travelle, offers seasonally-inspired breakfast, lunch, and dinner options for health-conscious travelers.
Kickstart your day with mango chia seed pudding, a power egg white scramble, or a multigrain waffle with Greek yogurt and berries. At lunch, feast on a sweet potato black bean burger or strawberry Caprese salad—and then end your night on a nutritious note with sprouted lentil falafel, salmon poke, and market veggies with hummus.
Pro tip: Take your nosh to-go for a picnic in Millenium or Maggie Daley Park. And during your stay in Chicago, check out these 10 Coziest Coffee Shops in Chicago.
INDIANA: Omni Severin Hotel in Indianapolis
Midwest hospitality meets 1900s grandeur at the Omni Severin, which boasts a rustic farm-to-table restaurant, 1913, on-site. The 1913 menu has healthy options for every meal of the day, including kale and mushroom hash or a multigrain veggie egg melt at breakfast, a wild ramp hummus handheld with farro, and roasted veggies at lunch, and seared salmon with cauliflower puree at dinner. You can also swing by the on-premise wine bar for an assortment of small plates.
Pro tip: Get Fit Kits with in-room exercise equipment are available at the front desk—all you have to do is ask.
IOWA: The Raj in Fairfield
If you're really serious about cleaning up your diet, this award-winning health center with on-site accommodations is specifically built to help improve your well-being using ancient Ayurvedic principles to detoxify and rejuvenate the body. The Raj offers a number of specialized programs to address your needs, including weight loss. In between yoga classes and meditation sessions, you'll enjoy organic vegetarian meals. Best of all, depending on which package you choose, you may go home with a recommended diet to follow after your trip.
KANSAS: Cedar Crest Lodge in Pleasanton
This award-winning B&B prides itself on "fields-to-face" fresh dining. The majority of the produce used is grown organically on-site, and the Cedar Crest Lodge staff goes above and beyond to accommodate gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, vegan, lactose intolerance, or any other dietary restrictions.
Start things off on a healthy note with a two-course breakfast featuring seasonal fruits, farm fresh eggs, and whole grains, then grab a healthy picnic lunch for two including a whole-grain turkey wrap, hummus and pita chip appetizer, and a vegetable or grain salad with a light vinaigrette. Dinner menus change seasonally, but include light and fit options like Greek chicken breast with tomato-kalamata olive sauce, and garden-fresh roasted vegetables over a bed of quinoa.
KENTUCKY: The Brown Hotel in Louisville
To say The Brown Hotel is iconic is nearly an understatement—and it's easy to see why this historic Theater District landmark has such a stellar reputation. That's in part due to the fact that this hotel features a dining option for any craving or occasion, including the English Grill, J. Graham's Café, and the Lobby Bar and Grill.
The English Grill—which is reopening in the spring of 2022—provides creative contemporary American cuisine in a fine dining setting, like a harvest quinoa and veggie plate smothered in romesco sauce and Marcona almonds.
J. Graham's Cafe, on the other hand, is a safe bet for casual dishes like a green goddess kale salad or egg white frittata.
Something to keep in mind when booking: Club rooms include access to a private lounge that serves free continental breakfast and evening hors d'oeuvres.
LOUISIANA: Watermark Autograph Collection In Baton Rouge
There are two restaurants on-site at the Watermark Baton Rouge: Milford's On Third, a casual delicatessen with a Southern twist, and Trenasse, a trendy dinner spot that focuses on fresh seafood. At the former, you can grab a light lunch of salmon quinoa or Thai chopped salad, or whole-wheat hummus and veggie wrap. At the latter, have your fill of garden ravioli, charcoal-roasted Brussels sprouts, the fish du jour, and other seasonal organic vegetable dishes. Reviewers rave about the on-site food, but as a nice bonus, this hotel is just a stone's throw from plenty of other healthy dining options from seafood and sushi restaurants to breakfast joints.
MAINE: Cliff House Resort in Cape Neddick
Time and again, this coastal resort has won best location by AAA and Forbes—but it's not just the sweeping ocean views that make Cliff House stand out. The dining options fuse sustainable practices, culinary innovation, and traditional New England cooking, with menus focusing on seasonal Maine like farm-fresh Maine produce, line-caught fish, and locally raised steaks.
Start your day with a warm quinoa veggie bowl with poached eggs, overnight oats with hemp seeds and fresh berries, or avocado toast on local bread at The Tiller Restaurant. Then, nosh on a Greek mezze platter or falafel burger for lunch at The Cove Bar & Grille, or grilled salmon, swordfish kabobs, and salads at Nubb's Lobster Shack. Finally, The Tiller Restaurant dinner menu is packed with vegetarian and pescetarian delights. And if you're feeling extra ambitious, Cliff House hosts weekly fitness classes and workshops, (like yoga, HIIT, and water aerobics) along with other special wellness events.
MARYLAND: The Wildset Hotel in St. Michaels
You shouldn't have to forfeit flavor to stay fit—especially at Wildset Hotel, which is set right on the Chesapeake Bay. The on-site restaurant Ruse boasts a seafood-centric menu that emphasizes seasonal, local ingredients. Crave-worthy side dishes like heirloom cucumber and tomatoes with miso-truffle aioli and roasted broccoli salad with almond romesco make it easy to get those veggies in. Wash down all the fresh oysters with a glass of one of their menu natural, organic, or biodynamic wines.
MASSACHUSETTS: Mandarin Oriental in Boston
Not only is this five-star hotel perfectly situated within walking distance of many top Boston attractions, but it also boasts an award-winning spa and numerous wellness-focused amenities designed to help you hit that reset button and nourish your body and mind. The three-day Motivate & Activate package is specifically designed for guests seeking to detoxify and jumpstart their weight-loss efforts: it includes a personal training session, nutrition class, and daily meals featuring organic proteins, whole grains, and antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables from the local plant-based eatery Revolution Health Kitchen.
MICHIGAN: Grand Traverse Resort & Spa in Acme
What attracts many tourists to this sprawling 900-acre hotspot are the impressive array of amenities: a championship golf course, a luxurious spa, a salon, and tennis courts, to name a few. But Grand Traverse Resort & Spa also features a small handful of impressive restaurants, from fine dining to an upscale pub and American bistro.
Sweetwater American Bistro has a whole section of "Healthy Starts" on the breakfast menu, like a yolkless vegetable omelet with avocado and a side of fruit. At Aerie Restaurant & Lounge, vegetarian delights include green tea soba noodles with miso grilled chicken and spicy cashew vinaigrette, and tomato tart tatin with watercress basil salad.
The Grille, meanwhile, is a fitting stop for light afternoon bites like beetroot hummus with grilled naan and chicken chop salad with roasted chickpeas.
MINNESOTA: Radisson Blu Mall of America in Bloomington
It helps that Radison Blu is conveniently connected directly to Mall of America, the largest indoor shopping mall in the United States, which contains a wide array of restaurants. But you don't even have to leave the hotel grounds to find healthy fare. Breakfast options include house-made muesli, steel-cut oatmeal, veggie-packed garden omelets, and fresh smoothies, while lunch and dinner menus include harvest grain bowls, grilled seafood, and many other delicious gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, dairy-free, and keto options. The hotel's chef, Dinesh Jayawardena, is so committed to offering fresh, local food that he personally visits local farmer's markets each week to hand-select the ingredients.
MISSISSIPPI: The Alluvian in Greenwood
Reviewers can't stop gushing about the sleek accommodations and "outstanding" food at The Alluvian, and the complimentary breakfast and world-class Viking Cooking School don't hurt. Giardina's, the warm and inviting steak and seafood spot on-site, offers plenty of healthy options—like chicken lettuce wraps, sesame-crusted tuna over power greens, tomato and mozzarella salad with pesto, and gluten-free blackened catfish.
MISSOURI: Four Seasons Hotel in St. Louis
Conveniently located right in the heart of downtown St. Louis and in the shadow of the Gateway Arch, the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis not only features a spacious spa and a sky terrace with a heated pool, but also healthy woodfired fare at the on-site Cinder House restaurant. The menu, which is crafted by James Beard Award-winning chef Gerard Craft, features a kale caesar salad, cassava-crusted striped bass, chimichurri vegetable rice bowl, and scallops with coconut quinoa granola. Many of the sauces and breads are made in-house daily and the fresh herbs are sourced right from the sky terrace.
Did we mention most of the dishes on the Cinder House menu are naturally gluten-free? Guests of the hotel and spa alike can also order takeout/room service off the Cinder House menu and enjoy fresh smoothies, grilled veggie bowls, lean grilled meats, seafood, and more.
MONTANA: Sage Lodge in Pray
Just a 35-minute drive from Yellowstone Park, on a bluff overlooking the beautiful Paradise Valley, is Sage Lodge: a high-end resort known for its impressive dining facilities. On the slightly more casual end of the spectrum is The Grill, which offers an all-vegan menu featuring heirloom tomato carpaccio, jerk tempeh skewers, lentil falafel, and grilled cauliflower steak with chili oil and spring pea risotto, and a fire-roasted pear dessert with vegan agave crema.
The Fireside Room, meanwhile, which is open for all three meals, serves up quinoa and veggie stuffed acorn squash, a portobello mushroom breakfast wrap, and beet and berry kale salad.
Wherever you decide to dine during your stay, know you'll be treated to locally sourced fare from Montana ranches, gardens, and farms.
NEBRASKA: Hotel Deco in Omaha
What sets the stylish, newly renovated Hotel Deco apart is that its menus accommodate a range of diets and tastes. At the on-premise Monarch Restaurant, beef, poultry, bread, and produce are sourced from local food partners, and vegetarian and gluten-free options are both available. Standout dishes include roasted cauliflower and broccolini with pepitas and feta, cast-iron chicken breast with beluga lentils and summer veggies, and kale caesar salad topped with salmon. And if staying in shape is a priority, opt for one of the rooms that come equipped with yoga gear and an Interactive Fitness Mirror.
NEVADA: The Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa in Las Vegas
Set just far enough away from the Vegas strip, this lavish waterfront property has a far more peaceful vibe than the rest of sin city. Along with a full-service fitness studio and spa, the Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa also features a number of health-forward eateries. For instance, the menu at on-site Marssa Restaurant includes good-for-you dishes like spicy edamame, Asian Caesar salad, broiled or blackened Chilean sea bass, and sushi galore. And when you just can't be bothered to leave their famous Westin Heavenly Bed, you can order off the superfood-packed room service menu.
NEW HAMPSHIRE: The Wentworth in Jackson
Whether you're heading on a romantic couple's trip or a solo staycation, The Wentworth provides the perfect environment to relax and soak up the scenery in the White Mountains. After an action-packed day on the slopes, you can refuel with locally sourced cuisine at the on-site farm-to-table restaurant, which offers an array of plant-based and gluten-free options. Plus, if you're staying several nights, Chef Brian Gazda will create a unique dish for each evening you're dining there. How's that for VIP treatment?
NEW JERSEY: Congress Hall in Cape May
Congress Hall is America's First Seaside Resort, having been established more than 200 years ago. And while there are many notable amenities at this Jersey Shore retreat, the dining options are surely one of the highlights. At the on-site Tommy's Folly Coffee Shop, there is a wide range of healthy grab-and-go breakfast items from acai bowls and salads to gluten-free baked goods. The Blue Pig Tavern offers freshly-caught seafood and other protein-packed dishes using ingredients sourced from a local farm 3 miles away, like a beet and goat cheese salad with grilled salmon, and a tuna Niçoise salad.
NEW MEXICO: Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm in Los Ranchos De Albuquerque
Los Poblanos is set on an organic farm in scenic Albuquerque—so, needless to say, this is about as close to field-to-fork cuisine as you're ever going to get. Farmers collaborate closely with the chefs to grow crops that will inspire creative, nutritious menus.
Meals come with quite a view, too. On the Campo patio overlooking the Sandia Mountains, enjoy a farm-fresh brunch of housemade granola, a seasonal veggie omelette, and local grain salad. Then, at dinnertime, indulge in grilled chimichurri squash with toasted quinoa and arugula, vegetable and melon tartare, stone fruit tomato salad, and crispy skin wild salmon.
Before you leave, don't forget to stop by the on-site Farm Shop, which features jams, seasonings, hot sauces, and other foodie delights that showcase the flavors of Los Poblanos.
NEW YORK: YO1 Health Resort in Monticello
Tucked away in the Catskills Mountains overlooking Bailey Lake, this upscale wellness resort offers some of the most comprehensive wellness programs you can find. They address everything from weight management to stress management.
For example, the Detox Program is aimed at boosting your metabolism and improving digestion with a special vegetarian diet and customized therapies. Not only that, but the YO1 Health Resort has a culinary program designed to detoxify your body via a sustainable, organic, locally-sourced menu drawing from the principles of naturopathy, Ayurveda, and raw food diets. They even conduct cooking demonstrations so you can bring these principles home with you after your trip.
NORTH CAROLINA: Dreamers Welcome Inn in Wilmington
You'll never have to worry about starting your day on the wrong foot, nutritionally speaking, at this stylish bed-and-breakfast in the heart of historic downtown Wilmington. The Dreamers Welcome Inn is one of the few entirely vegan accommodations you'll find in the country. Guests are treated to complimentary plant-based breakfasts including chai-spiced overnight oats, sweet potato waffles with cinnamon butter, whole grain peach fritters, and tofu scramble with sriracha crema. Not only that, but the staff often arranges nightly happy hour with hors d'oeuvres, boxed lunches, and even gourmet four-course meals.
NORTH DAKOTA: Staybridge Suites in Bismarck
Budget-friendly digs with a buffet breakfast included? That sounds like a win-win—and it's precisely what you get at the Staybridge Suites Bismarck. Guests can get their fill of piping hot eggs, whole-grain breakfast cereals, and fresh fruit every morning, and on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, the hotel hosts a complimentary social hour with a salad bar and other lite bites. Better yet, every single room here has a full kitchen with everything you need to cook healthy meals during your stay.
OHIO: Inn Walden in Aurora
The ultra-posh Inn Walden gets major points for having amenities galore and luxe room features like fireplaces, private patios, and whirlpool tubs. But it's also worth pointing out that you'll have plenty of healthy eats at your disposal during your stay—from fine dining in the elegant restored Barn to contemporary American cuisine at the Blue Ribbon Café.
For brunch, choose between an open-faced omelette with seasonal veggies, multigrain avocado toast with chia seeds, and a grilled chicken spa wrap with avocado and pickled cucumber salad.
When dinner rolls around, you'll have your pick of scrumptious seasonal dishes. For instance, in the fall, that means Autumn squash bisque, kale, and local apple salad with candied pecans, a crispy root vegetable spaetzle with cider sauce, and twice-baked sweet potatoes.
OKLAHOMA: OMNI Oklahoma City in Oklahoma City
From a walk-up burger joint and a modern bistro to an upscale steakhouse, the OMNI Oklahoma City has a little something for everyone food-wise.
Seltzer's, the modern-meets-retro diner, serves up plenty of breakfast dishes you can feel good about—like steel-cut oatmeal, 9-grain avocado toast topped with a soft egg, vegan Beyond Sausage, and superfood smoothies with ingredients like spirulina, almond butter, spinach, kale, and green tea.
Catbird Seat serves refreshing lunch fare that's perfect for noshing poolside like Greek salad, vegetable spring rolls, grilled Moroccan chicken pita, and ginger-infused fruit skewers with honey-yogurt sauce.
Even the on-site brewpub, OKC Taphouse, has healthy options like a goat cheese salad with almonds and smoked strawberry vinaigrette, coconut cauliflower with chickpeas and curry, and leaf roasted salmon.
In a rush? Swing through the Park Grounds coffee shop for a protein shake, superfood bowl, acai bowl, or veggie egg-white wrap to-go.
OREGON: Soul Community Planet Hotel in Redmond
The mission-motto for this environmentally-friendly hotel chain is "Holistic Hospitality and Healthy Living," and they certainly deliver.
Soul Community Planet (SCP) Hotels just announced that all of its venues will be 100% vegetarian in 2022, but already the downtown Redmond location offers plenty of clean eats. Terra Kitchen, the hotel's new plant-forward restaurant, features a locally-grown and locally-sourced menu influenced by Mediterranean blue zones—regions of the world where people are known to live the longest.
The ever-changing menu highlights seasonal produce sourced from local regenerative farms, as well as from the hotel's very own rooftop garden. Signature dishes include a vegan interpretation of paella with charred heirloom cauliflower, snow peas, tomatoes, leeks, artichoke, and bomba rice; and a mushroom cassoulet, featuring locally foraged oyster mushrooms, northern white beans, tomato, fennel, roasted bell pepper, and gremolata.
Meanwhile, the on-site Provisions Market is always brimming with nutritious breakfast and lunch options, and the rooftop bar/restaurant serves up healthy bites with panoramic views of the Cascade mountains.
PENNSYLVANIA: The Lodge at Woodloch in Hawley
This adults-only Poconos oasis is set in a secluded wooded setting near a private lake, making it the perfect place to unplug, unwind, and get back on track with prioritizing your health. It doesn't hurt that the on-site farm-to-table restaurant serves delicious, nutritious gourmet meals.
The Lodge at Woodloch chefs hand-select the naturally-raised meats and fish, and organic, locally-grown vegetables—which are then incorporated into an ever-changing menu that's included dishes like honey chipotle roasted Brussels sprouts, gluten-free brown rice butternut squash risotto, and vegetarian lentil stew. Even the breakfast menus make eating healthy easy, with options like an overnight oats power bowl, acai bowl, egg-white omelet, and green juice to wash it all down.
All overnight package stays include three daily meals, plus energizing snacks at the tea bars and lounges, health-minded cooking demonstrations, and intimate chef-curated farm-to-table dinners complete the experience. Plus, there's also a holistic nutritionist on staff who leads workshops on nutrition-related topics such as food and longevity, seasonal eating, detoxification, mindful eating, plant-based nutrition, navigating the supermarket, and nutrition for disease prevention.
RHODE ISLAND: The Vanderbilt Hotel in Newport
Calling all foodies: This historic Auberge resort, which was formerly a Vanderbilt mansion, is nothing short of swoon-worthy—and not just because of the glamorous aesthetic, garden terrace, and pristine pool and city views. The dining room menu, which features top-quality Rhode Island bounty from land and sea, is crafted by James Beard Award-winning Chef April Bloomfield. But make no mistake—it's totally possible to stay on track here while satisfying your sophisticated palate, with dishes like grilled sprouting broccoli caesar salad, yogurt marinated chicken, roasted cauliflower with kale and cashew puree, and simply prepared local fish of the day.
Even the breakfast menu is peppered with healthy options, like Greek yogurt parfait with artisanal granola, and baked oatmeal with dried fruit. The hotel also happens to be a very short stroll away from Bellevue Nutrition, a local favorite health food shop famous for its epic protein shakes that taste like dessert.
SOUTH CAROLINA: Zero George Street in Charleston
There's a good reason why this chic spot has been named one of The Best Food Hotels in the Country by the Food Network: all the food is sustainably produced and locally sourced—and you can tell at first bite.
Zero George Street offers a Holy City Detox package in partnership with yoga studio The Works and popular organic meal delivery company Sakara, which includes a personally-curated plant-based meal plan sent to your doorstep ease post-vacation, a cookbook by a local wellness expert, a private fitness session, and a tasting dinner for two at Zero Restaurant + Bar.
If you're looking to sharpen your cooking skills, the hotel also regularly hosts intimate classes led by Executive Chef Petrillo and Sous Chef Tyler Chavis, featuring three-course menus that can be made vegetarian or pescetarian.
SOUTH DAKOTA: Custer State Park Resort in Custer
Located in the scenic Black Hills, less than 15 minutes from Mount Rushmore, the charming Custer State Park Resort offers cozy, rustic accommodations, year-round activities, and stunning nature views. It's worth mentioning that guests have a plethora of on-site dining options to choose from, all of which include dishes you can feel good eating.
For example, the State Game Lodge serves up a hearty breakfast buffet with scrambled eggs, granola and yogurt, and fresh fruit, as well as a lunch buffet with nutrient-dense salads and soups. At dinnertime, a southwest quinoa bowl, vegetable primavera with squash and carrot "noodles," and a black bean burger with roasted tomato jam are just a few of the healthy dishes on the menu.
Prefer to make your own meals? All cabins come with an equipped kitchen or kitchenette.
TENNESSEE: Blackberry Mountain Hotel in Walland
Part luxury hotel, part wellness retreat, this mountainside paradise has been called "summer camp for grownups," and it fits. Along with the many outdoor adventures, holistic health services and treatments, and ultra-unique accommodations (think actual treehouses), one of the main draws at Blackberry Mountain is definitely the farm-to-table food.
Breakfast at Three Sisters consists of egg white and sweet potato frittata, coconut chia pudding with flaxseed maple crumble, and "sunshine juice" with carrot, ginger, and turmeric. When the afternoon hunger pangs hit, roll through Sycamore for a plant-based burger, charred veggie tacos, or black bean and rice bowl. And Firetower has a multitude of drool-worthy vegetarian dishes on the dinner menu, like spring pea salad, cauliflower soup, and wild mushroom and leek pizza.
TEXAS: Miraval Resort & Spa in Austin
Need some help forming healthier habits? This upscale all-inclusive wellness resort, which is set on a tranquil 220-acre natural sanctuary overlooking Lake Travis and the Balcones Canyonlands Preserve, is an ideal place for reflection and self-growth. And many of their daily workshops, classes, and activities happen to center around nutrition.
The best part? Along with nutritious gourmet meals, these experiences are all included in your stay — no extra charges or hidden fees. Miraval Austin adheres to a "conscious cooking" philosophy, meaning menus are constantly evolving to incorporate seasonal, locally grown ingredients at the peak of freshness and nutritional value.
Every dish at the Hilltop Crossings Kitchen was crafted with guidance from expert nutritionists, the Nest provides a convenient pitstop with good-for-you nibbles, and the Life in Balance culinary kitchen hosts hands-on classes about making your own bone broth, whipping up delicious plant-based meals, and concocting natural energy elixirs.
UTAH: Montage Deer Valley in Park CIty
You don't have to be an avid skier to appreciate this high-end mountainside destination. From fitness and meditation classes to healthy meal options, it's clear this hotel prioritizes personal wellness—and they even have nutritional counselors on staff to help advise you on forming better eating habits.
While the breakfast menu includes smart options like mountain muesli, egg white scramble loaded with veggies, and a protein-infused protein smoothie, dinnertime dishes include organic chicken breast or salmon with cast-iron seasonal vegetables. Montage Deer Valley is also one of the few accommodations that feature an entirely separate vegan menu, with a black bean-brown rice burger, super grain salad, smoked tofu stir fry, and more.
VERMONT: Topnotch Resort in Stowe
This majestic mountainside resort attracts countless visitors each winter, in part due to the fact that it's less than a 10-minute drive from central Stowe. But for health-conscious travelers, there's so much more to love about Topnotch Resort than its location.
The year-round heated pool, and weight training and fitness classes, all make it easy to keep up with workouts, and the menu at the on-site restaurant Roost features fresh, Vermont-harvested ingredients. Start your day with a vegetable omelet, avocado toast, steel-cut oatmeal, or gluten-free almond bread with yogurt. At dinnertime, you'll have your pick of many gluten-free dishes, like whitefish tacos, avocado chickpea salad; and beet "poke" with cucumbers, cabbage, and macadamia nuts.
VIRGINIA: Eupepsia Wellness Resort in Bland
Whether you're looking to lose weight, detox, or achieve another wellness objective entirely, this health-focused resort can help you get there. And because you are what you eat, Eupepsia offers balanced vegetarian meals with natural ingredients—many of which are sourced directly from the on-premise greenhouses.
Better yet, these meals are tailored to your specific body type and goals, and contain no preservatives or hormones. Advanced cooking techniques are used to preserve the nutrients in the food, and herbs and spices are incorporated to naturally stimulate digestive enzymes.
WASHINGTON: Salish Lodge & Spa in Snoqualmie
It's almost hard to believe that this serene lodge is just 30 minutes from bustling Seattle — located on a cliff overlooking the magnificent Snoqualmie falls, it boasts quite the scenery. Another factor that gives Salish Lodge & Spa bragging rights is the dining: they've partnered with local farms and purveyors that supply them with high-quality seasonal ingredients, and many of their dishes showcase their own homegrown herbs. While the resort offers an all-vegan menu with options like parsnip soup and za'atar roasted cauliflower, their regular menus have plenty of healthy dishes as well—like a wild mushroom omelet, meat-less burger, and arugula and apple salad.
WEST VIRGINIA: Stonewall Resort in Roanoke
Situated right in the midst of lush hills and tranquil waters, the lakeside Stonewall Resort has much more to offer than just breathtaking views. Stillwaters—the on-premise restaurant—makes eating healthy a cinch, with menu items like a yogurt parfait with activated charcoal, antioxidant-rich spinach salad, fire-roasted vegetable soup, grilled cauliflower steak with plant-based cheese, and a hearty quinoa bowl with veggies.
Even the on-site bar and grill has plenty of lean options, like house-made hummus, herb-roasted beet salad, summer vegetable wrap, and a grilled mushroom sandwich. When your sweet tooth strikes, treat yourself to a slice of the butter bean-based vegan cheesecake made with organic agave nectar and fresh berries.
WISCONSIN: Sundara Inn & Spa in Wisconsin Dells
This serene, secluded retreat is one of the first destination spas in the Midwest — and one of the factors that sets it apart is its multi-purpose wellness facility, which features educational demonstrations on everything from cooking healthy seasonal meals to blending balanced smoothies to fit your lifestyle.
Nava, the on-site restaurant, serves a full menu of light but satisfying dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner—like a whole-wheat egg white and veggie wrap, gluten-free chia seed banana pancakes, kale and apple salad, plant-based Beyond Burger, and vegan jackfruit "crab" cake.
Have any special dietary needs or requests? Sundara Inn & Spa encourages you to simply let them know ahead of your stay, and they'll make sure they have the necessary ingredients on hand.
WYOMING: Amangani in Jackson
At the foot of the Teton mountain range in Jackson Hole lies this luxury resort, which serves up fresh fish, sustainable meat, and seasonal local produce in the dining room at every meal. Amangani, which translates to "peaceful home" in the Shoshone language, is a wellness-oriented resort chain—which explains the Peloton-equipped exercise studio. But that focus is especially evident in the thoughtful menus at The Grill and the Grand Terrace Bar.
Good luck choosing between chia seed parfait, egg white goat cheese frittata, and gluten-free coconut pancakes at breakfast. Lunchtime options include cantaloupe gazpacho, Peruvian ceviche with sweet potato, and a plant-based Impossible Burger with white bean hummus and pickled veggies. Finally, the farm-to-table dinner menu features a citrus salad, mushroom "steak" and pan-seared halibut with farro and fennel puree.
The only snag? Saying farewell to these mouthwatering menus once your getaway ends.
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