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As travelers are forced to stay put for a while, they're trying to find a sense of escape. And hotels want to help even if you can't spend the night right now. That's why some are taking their services and popular programming beyond their hotel walls with creative virtual offerings during the pandemic. From virtual yoga sessions, concerts, and even virtual Spanish lessons, these hotels are doing everything they can to continue to inspire wanderlust and extend their hospitality directly to people's homes.

Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort in Los Cabos, Mexico

Although you can't enjoy the golden beaches of one of Los Cabos' only swimmer-friendly beaches, Hilton Los Cabos will be virtually extending its various on-site programming via a #HiltonLosCabosAtHome series. On the hotel's Instagram channel @hiltonloscabos, there will be traditional easy recipes, arts and crafts projects from the hotel's Kids Club, and even quick Spanish lessons.

MacArthur Place Hotel & Spa in Sonoma, California

The property has become known for complimentary weekly yoga sessions with Andrea Bogart, typically held in iconic Sonoma property's Coach House. Those will now be going digital via Facebook so you can tune in online for the all-levels vinyasa yoga classes that include challenging poses and mindful flow to help let go during this difficult time.

Bobby Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee 

Keeping spirits high and always a place to "hang your hat," Bobby Hotel has launched a virtual concert series on their Instagram channel to "keep the music playing" in Music City. You can tune in on the hotel's Instagram @bobbyhotel starting Monday, March 23, to see Nashville's favorite singers, songwriters, and musicians rock out. 

InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown in Los Angeles, California

The hotel's signature Attitude Fitness is launching a "Stuck at Home Exercise Program" video series. The state-of-the-art fitness center is also making its personal trainers available for Skype sessions and offering assessments through In-Body technology. What's more, is you'll receive two free 50-minute personal training sessions, which can be done via Skype or in-person once regular gym hours resume.

The Betsy-South Beach in Miami, Florida

Known for its robust arts and culture programming, The Betsy-South Beach will now offer its iconic arts salon events online. By making art more accessible, the family-owned and operated hotel aims to bring solace and inspiration to those who are stuck at home. To make this happen, the boutique hotel has partnered with the Florida International University of Miami Beach and John Stuart, Executive Director of Miami Beach Urban Studios/FIU.

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