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7 Great Hotels Where You Can Cook Like a Local
Time to Thai in Bangkok
Learn traditional Thai cooking in Bangkok at Lebua. You'll cook a five-course meal with a Thai chef in this three-hour class taught in both English and Thai for the exceptionally affordable rate of $160 per person. Combine it with an overnight at this all-suite luxury property for a true one-of-a-kind experience.
Game & Guinness in Ireland
Fish for wild trout and learn to make homemade chowder at the Guinness family's 18th C estate-turned-hotel in Cong, Ireland.
Green Gardening in Jordan
Garden alongside locals at the bio-garden at Radisson Blu Tala Bay Resort in Aqaba Jordan, then learn to cook traditional Jordan dishes like Mansaff (roast lamb in a saffron yogurt sauce) using the fruits of your labor.
Shopping and Tapas in Barcelona
Shop Barcelona's legendary Boqueria with Spanish Chef Roberto Holz, then prepare a Mediterranean lunch at Hotel Arts Barcelona.
Surf n' Seafood in Nevis
"Dive and dine" for your own spiny lobster at Four Seasons Nevis, then prepare it at a traditional Caribbean barbecue.
Food Safari in Australia
Discovery the bounty of Australia's Kangaroo Island at Southern Ocean Lodge. The hotel hosts an annual KI Food Safari. Activities during the six-day journey will include hands-on classes with the island's purveyors, who operate on a mostly small scale, sustainable and personal basis while tasting the unique products straight from the source.
Say Olé in Mexico
Learn the secrets behind perfect salsa, ceviche and more at one or three-day cooking classes (shown in the photo, above) at the luxurious Capella Pedregal in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. We'd suggest the three-day class – it includes a trip to a local farmers market.