How can you call it a vacation when your smartphone is attached to your hip? A majority of Americans in a Hotels.com survey last year said the only thing more important than their smartphone while on vacation was their passport, and only 35 percent said they’d be willing to switch their devices off while away. In fact, 77 percent of Americans in a TripAdvisor survey said they’d continue to work while on vacation.

If you truly want to leave work behind and unplug while traveling, you can swear not to look at your devices, a promise you’ll almost certainly break an hour or two into your first day. Or you can stay at a place that makes the choice for you. Here are nine hotels and resorts that mean business when it comes time to putting the tech tools away.