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Miraval Berkshires – Hyatt Corporation

  • 55 Lee Road, Berkshire County, Lenox, 01240 View on Map
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Miraval Berkshires – Hyatt Corporation

Inspired by the tranquility, beauty and soul of this idyllic corner of New England, Miraval Berkshires is a new, unrivalled wellness resort and spa. Named Conde Nast Traveler’s Best Wellness Resort. The Miraval journey is about creating a life in balance, healing the whole self, and engaging in the present moment. The energy that flows through our bodies reflects and responds to our internal, as well as our external, world. When life is out of balance, it can manifest as physical or emotional pain. Observe how you manage the many layers of your life: personal, professional, emotional, or physical. Make thoughtful choices by investing in yourself – with knowledge, compassion, and patience.


Location highlights:

Lenox is a town in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, United States. Set in Western Massachusetts, it is part of the Pittsfield Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 5,095 at the 2020 census. Lenox is the site of Shakespeare & Company and Tangle wood, summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Full of Wonder in Boston: Where Old Meets New

A gateway city to Massachusetts and New England, state capital Boston is known as “America’s walking city.” The Freedom Trail traces sites that played a key role in the American Revolution, and the Black Heritage Trail features places important to the 19th-century Black community. The Museum of African American History, with sites in Boston and Nantucket, is New England’s largest museum dedicated to preserving Black Americans’ contributions. Ride the Swan Boats in the Public Garden, the first public botanical garden in the USA, and marvel at major exhibits at the Museum of Fine Arts, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Institute of Contemporary Art. See art installations in the Seaport District, a trendy and innovative neighborhood by the Fan Pier and Fort Point Channel. Marquees light up the Theater District, and Newbury Street bustles with galleries, sidewalk cafes and boutiques. Funky Cambridge is just across the Charles River, home to MIT, Harvard University and Harvard Square’s restaurants, shops and bookstores.

Central and Western Massachusetts: Arts, Entertainment and Nature

In central Massachusetts, Old Sturbridge Village depicts life in New England in the early 19th century via programs, activities and celebrations. In mountainous western Massachusetts, go on thrilling white-water rafting trips and soar through the treetops on zip lines. Take a drive along the Mohawk Trail, one of the first scenic roads in New England. For culture, attend concerts at Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and international dance performances at Jacob’s Pillow. See large-scale art in North Adams at MASS MoCA, the USA’s largest contemporary art museum.


“From the ocean to the mountains, Massachusetts offers extraordinarily rich experiences in cities and nature year-round.”


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