For religious Jews, getting ready for Passover means clearing the house of bread products, scrubbing the cabinets, changing plates and flatware, and preparing plenty of Kosher-for-Passover meals. So to skip the stress, many people head to a hotel for the whole holiday - which lasts for eight nights - where they eat catered meals and utilize the spas, beaches, pools, and golf courses.
As hotel experts, we teamed up with Tablet magazine to tell their readers about some of the snazziest hotels hosting Passover. In researching where these programs are happening, we learned that there's no reason to sacrifice high style during Passover (next year at the Fontainebleau, anyone?).
To read more about Passover vacations and the hotels that host them, check out our article on Tablet's website.