Following her split from the 'Tron Legacy' actor, the 'American Horror Story' actress enjoys her vacation at the Hacienda AltaGracia, where guests receive wellness programming.

AceShowbiz - Emma Roberts seemingly needs to clear her mind after breaking up with Garrett Hedlund. The "Scream Queens" actress jetted off to Costa Rica for a "beautiful reset" following her ex-boyfriend's arrest for public intoxication.

The Madison Montgomery depicter on "American Horror Story: Coven" took to her Instagram account on Thursday, January 27 to share some pictures from her trip to the Central American country. She also told her followers that she's staying at the Hacienda AltaGracia, a luxurious resort from the Auberge Resorts Collection.

"The most beautiful reset possible in my new favorite place @thewell @altagraciaauberge @aubergeresorts," Emma captioned her post. She gushed, "The most magnificent setting, the kindest people, the most mind blowing experiences can't wait to get back!"

According to the resort's website, the Hacienda AltaGracia is an all-inclusive getaway where guests receive wellness programming. They are also assigned a personal guide, called a "Compa," who acts as "a dedicated experience designer who will plan the perfect mix of experiences for wellness, dining, adventure and exploration."

Emma's self-care-focused retreat arrived just a few days after news broke that she had split from the "Tron Legacy" actor following their first child Rhode Robert's first birthday. Sources claimed that they broke up following a rocky patch in their relationship. "It's sad, and they are trying their best to co-parent. It's been hard," an insider alleged.

Following their split, Garrett allegedly tried to jump out of a moving car as well as kicked and swung on an eyewitness hours before being detained for public intoxication in Franklin County, Tennessee. The authorities received a call from the witness who told them about the dangerous incident.

Garrett was released from jail just hours after staying behind bars after paying a $2,100 bond, according to a rep for Franklin County, Tennessee. The spokesperson also told the outlet that he's due back in court in March.

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