The guides below, which will continue to evolve and grow as we discover amazing spots around the globe, have been a long-time in the making. In fact, a comprehensive Escapes guide (and app, coming soon!) has been on our wish list since goop was born. Below, you’ll find getaways for every occasion, whether you have a free weekend and want to hop in the car for a two-night stay, or are looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. There are also plenty of options for when you need some self-care, either to reboot your system or recover from trauma. We have stayed in most of these, but not all. The rest are recommendations from trusted friends who have never led us astray. Speaking of, we’d love to hear about your favorite getaways. Drop us a line, or hit us up @goop, #goopgo #goopgetaway and we’ll regram our favorites.
From the world’s longest wave to resorts that offer great breaks (and plenty more), some good spots to get your wetsuits on.
Whether it’s a great bar scene, a mile-long spa menu, or activities galore, these spots are best experienced with buddies.
Grief, addiction, childhood trauma, and failing relationships are all addressed at these spots. A couple are full-fledged rehabs, though all believe healing is essential, and that support is key.
If we’re honest, it’s a lot more fun to get healthy when you have the company of an amazing spa, and specialists to usher you through the process.
It's a back to work/school/life mag.
We are kicking off our makes with easy, healthy and super tasty one bowl lunches, which we loved creating/testing. Great to bring to work.
Also, a piece from writer/humorist/awesome chick Jill Kargman on the Jewish New Year. And some other bits.
All you New Yorkers need to check out Matthew Marks Gallery’s “Poster Shop” open through December 23rd. Our friend, gallery director Adrian Rosenfeld says, “It’s hidden away upstairs with incredible rare books, signed catalogues, signed posters, and small works of art.