Hotel Flavors You Can Relish at Home

Many SELECT Hotels & Resorts around the world are known for their Michelin-starred restaurants, locally sourced ingredients and unique recipes that keep their guests savoring their food and wine long after they check out. While you may not be able to dine in at these properties right now, you can bring a taste of their gastronomical excellence into your own home by trying your hand at these hotels' very own recipes, brushing up your cooking skills with head chefs and expanding your wine tasting skills with expert wine connoisseurs around the world.

Necker Island
Summer might be around the corner, but many are still stuck inside. Thankfully, this gorgeous property in the British Virgin Islands released the recipes for their very own smoothie and gluten-free energy bars. Click here to download the recipes and enjoy!

Kasbah Tamadot
The property's Executive Chef, Yassine Khalal, was born and raised in Marrakech, Yassine and has a passion for regional cuisine - meaning he feels right at home in the Kasbah Tamadot kitchen. The team sources all ingredients as locally as possible, including from the on-site garden and orchard which provides seasonal fruit, vegetable and herbs throughout the year. While you may not be able to visit the resort right now, you can enjoy a taste of Kasbah Tamadot at home by making their very own chicken tagine recipe!

And while tagine might be one of the most well-known dishes from Morocco, the most widely eaten food in the country is actually Berber bread. Called "Agroum" by the locals, Berber bread has been around for centuries and is eaten with almost every meal in various shapes, sizes, colors and tastes. Try your hand at this homemade Berber bread recipe to bring a local Moroccan flavor to your home!

Il Salviatino
Il Salviatino offers the best of both worlds: an urban resort in Florence, Italy with a Tuscan countryside feeling. Chef Silvia Grossi is hosting cooking lessons from her home in Florence via Instagram. You can find the lessons here.

Son Bunyola
The vast estate in Mallorca takes advantage of the fresh produce around the island, incorporating local fish, lamb, cheese, fresh bread, pastries and olives into its seasonal menus. Now you can enjoy a taste of Son Bunyola at home, too, with their newly released seafood paella recipe! Click here for the recipe - make sure to pair with Mallorcan wine for the full Son Bunyola experience.

The Lodge Verbier
Besides being one of the Swiss Alp's most exclusive resorts and one of Europe's hottest ski spots, the dining at The Lodge is also a noteworthy highlight. Serving a mix of Swiss and international cuisine, The Lodge is sure to meet every one of your gastronomical desires - a promise the property is continuing to deliver even though you're stuck at home. While you dream of your next trip to the Alps, enjoy a slice of The Lodge and treat yourself to a Toblerone brownie, courtesy of the hotel's recipe.

Mont Rochelle
For all the wine connoisseurs out there, this is the experience for you! Located in the vineyard town of Franschhoek, also known as the food and wine capital of South Africa, Mont Rochelle is famous for its amazing culinary dishes paired with outstanding wines. Join the property's live virtual wine tasting led by its expert head winemaker this Friday, May 22nd at 11am EST via Facebook live to get a sneak peak of the Franschhoek surroundings and learn how you can get the most from your wine.

Park Hyatt Toyko
Make the most of your time stuck in the house by boosting your cooking skills! Join Chef Paul, head chef at the Park Hyatt Tokyo, for a virtual cooking lesson on how to make the best crab cakes.