RecSpot Summer Spotlight

“What are your plans for this Summer?” Enter our client RecSpot, an app that’s aimed at becoming the go-to destination for exchanging and discovering your network’s recommendations. From finding your next favorite movies and television shows to the perfect restaurant for what you’re in the mood to eat; just the right hotel while traveling, the season’s hottest songs, and almost anything else that makes life better, RecSpot has the answers, all recommended by people you know and trust.



If you happen to find yourself in sunny California this summer, San Diego is a MUST. Located right on the border of Mexico, San Diego’s enchanting, natural beauty and mild Mediterranean-like climate make this a vacation hotspot. One of San Diego’s hidden gems is La Jolla Cove: a small coastal inlet surrounded by picturesque sandstone bluffs that shelter the popular La Jolla Cove Beach. There are quite a few things to do at La Jolla Cove, including seal and sea lion watching, enjoying the mild waves of the ocean and exploring the sea caves. You’ll also want to check out the local farmer’s markets, the American Comedy Co., Water Grill San Diego, and the Gaslamp Quarter in the heart of downtown while you’re there.



Whether it’s the beautiful weather or peaceful environment that draws you to the Hamptons, your experience will be unforgettable. Located on the east end of Long Island, New York, this luxurious vacation spot has several destinations you don’t want to miss. The first place you’ll want to check out is The Surf Lodge in Montauk. The Surf Lodge is an enigma of a Hamptons-area hotel. On the one hand, it’s a glamorous spot to see and be seen, with luxurious amenities and celebrity guests; but at the same time, it’s an unassuming beach shack-style abode. If you’re looking for more adventurous activities outside of the hotel, you’ll definitely want to stop by Ditch Plains Beach, known for its local surfing. If the outdoors aren’t your cup of tea, your go-to destinations should be the Parrish Art Museum, and dining at Duryea’s Montauk and Estia’s Little Kitchen. Whatever you’re looking for, whether that’s a sunset concert, a Michelin-starred meal, or a nap in a hammock overlooking Fort Pond, you can find it in the Hamptons.



When the summer sun hits at 2PM in Mykonos, you’ll want to be sure you’re sipping on an ice-cold drink from Spilia Seaside. In the beautiful cove of Agia Anna, next to Kalafatis beach, you’ll find a restaurant-bar like no other. Peacefully nestled on a natural platform on the rocks, hanging over the sea, Spilia (cave) Seaside is one of the most iconic Mykonos hotspots. After your long day in the sun at Psarou Beach, you’ll want to rest and recharge with a delicious meal from Scorpios, then head back to your luxurious hotel, Santa Marina, to get ready for the night ahead at Super Paradise Beach Club. With a 30-year history and a recent makeover, this stunning all-day venue features dishes that offer up an authentic Mediterranean-Mykonian culinary experience and views you’ll never forget.



Italy’s Amalfi Coast is a bucket-list destination, for sure, and Positano is undoubtedly the crown jewel of the Coast with its fashionable people, scenic locations, amazing food and wine, and unprecedented lively nightlife. Le Sirenuse is a wonderful place from which to enjoy the simple pleasures of Positano and the spectacular coastline. John Steinbeck, who visited in 1953, wrote ‘Positano bites deep. It is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone.’ The majolica-tiled rooms are filled with museum-worthy antiques, hand-picked mostly by patriarch Franco Sersale. However if you’re a foodie, The Buca di Bacco Hotel and The Boutique Hotel may be a better fit for you, as they both house world-renowned restaurants. After eating your bodyweight in pasta, head down to Arienzo Beach or Spiaggia Grande Beach to relax, soak in the sun or get some exercise in!



Tucked away on the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California Sur, the sizzling resort city of Cabo San Lucas is a beachgoer’s haven. There’s something for everyone, whether it be plunging into the inviting blue waters in search of tropical fish, sailing around the coast on the hunt for secluded coves, or learning to surf with Cabo Surf Tours. With great weather all year long and two areas to explore during summer and winter, there are always waves to ride where it is possible to surf every day—all year long! With a small operation, Cabo Surf Tours guarantees exclusive and personal service and the best experience inside and outside the water. But if surfing isn’t your thing, there are countless whale watching tours and delicious restaurants like Flora Farms, La Lupita and of course, Nobu Hotel Los Cabos, that you won’t want to miss.