77 New Hotels Around The World Opening This Spring
Spring is a time for new life as the flowers and leaves start to bloom. Also new are dozens of hotels around the world opening for the first time between March 1 and May 31. No matter which part of the world you visit (and thankfully, many countries are finally making plans to reopen), there is a new hotel at every price point to experience. Some are even participating in popular loyalty program promotions to help you earn more points and perks with every trip. These are some of the newest hotels opening this spring.
Four Seasons Hotel & Residences Fort Lauderdale opens this month with yacht club-style decor, a Mediterranean restaurant and beachfront location. Another restaurant at the property will open overlooking Beach Boulevard later this year.
The Boca Raton Tower, the fifth of the reworked hotels within the complex, will open in May. Flexible suite combinations will include two or three bedrooms, and the option for an entire floor buyout is also available. It joins The Boca Raton Cloister and The Boca Raton Yacht Club, which opened a few months ago.
IHG is launching its first-ever Atwell Suites Miami Brickell this month as part its newest brand. Designed to be an all-suites, upper-midscale category, the extended stay property will have studio, one- and two-bedroom suites.
Marking the fifth U.S. opening for the EDITION brand in the United States, The Tampa EDITION will debut in May in the $3.5 billion-dollar Water Street development. Its 2,200 square foot penthouse is expected to become the most chic accommodation in town.
Marriott Bonvoy’s extended stay brand is opening a new Georgia hotel this month. Residence Inn Decatur Emory Area is near downtown Decatur. A Residence Inn standard, it offers complimentary breakfast plus studio, one or two-bedroom suites for maximum space.
A flagship property for the Hard Rock brand, Hard Rock Hotel New York will open in April in midtown Manhattan. The design will take inspiration from the recording studios and music stores that once lined 48th Street. Live music and the brand’s signature memorabilia collection will entertain guests.
By early May, the Wall Street Hotel is expected to be open in the city’s financial district. Owned by the Paspaley family, known in Australia for their pearling expertise, the hotel is opening in the landmark Tontine building in the city’s historic pearl trading area.
Renaissance is opening its first branded hotel in Queens in April. Renaissance New York Flushing Hotel at Tangram will be part of a mixed-use development in Flushing. It will feature a rooftop lobby overlooking the New York City skyline plus an outdoor patio and bar with cabanas, a steakhouse and whiskey bar.
Eastwind Hotel & Bar’s second location, Eastwind Lake Placid will open in May along the Chubb River. Once a 1950s motor inn, the hotel now has a vintage library, outdoor fire pit, live music, saunas and fitness classes including yoga and Pilates.
In the Catskills, 90 miles north of New York City in Bethel, The Chatwal Lodge will open in April within The Chapin Estate. The 11-room lodge sits on 100 acres. Its rooms will showcase Adirondack-style interiors and private patios overlooking the 1,000-acre Toronto Reservoir Lake.
The country’s first Passive-House certified and first net-zero energy hotel will open in New Haven, Connecticut this month. Hotel Marcel New Haven, Tapestry Collection by Hilton will generate 100% of its own electricity and energy for heat and hot water by using a rooftop solar array and solar parking canopies. Tapestry Collection is one of the many brands in the Hilton Honors portfolio.
Just over half a mile from Harvard University, Cambria Hotel Boston Somerville will open next month between the town’s Union and Porter Squares. The upscale hotel is across from Somernova business park.
In Brunswick, Maine, The Federal opens this month on the site of what was the 1810-built The Daniel and Captain Daniel Stone Inn. Halfway between Portland and Augusta, just off Route 1, the hotel will also add its own restaurant in the coming months.
Midwest and Central States
In late March, the newest hotel for Oklahoma City will make its debut. The National, which first opened in 1931, is now part of Marriott Bonvoy’s Autograph Collection brand. This was once the tallest building in the state and is on the historic register as the 32-floor First National Center, an iconic bank and landmark monument.
Wilson, Arkansas will see a new opening in March with The Hotel Louis in the heart of the main town square. Tudor-style architecture and central southern charm are key to the hotel’s design. Fire pits on the rooftop terrace and mixology classes in the lobby bar are sure to be popular with guests.
Choice Hotels’ Cambria brand continues its domestic growth strategy with the opening this month of Cambria Hotel Austin Airport. The property will have an outdoor pool as well as restaurant and bar serving local craft beer.
Taking up three floors of Cleveland’s The May building, ROOST Apartment Hotel will open in April 62 one and two-bedroom apartments. The adaptive re-use of the building includes modern amenities like a yoga studio and rooftop terrace.
Two new hotels are among the growing hospitality scene in Chicago. In May, Hotel St. Clair will open with a craft coffee bar, celebrity chef and art-inspired design within the Streeterville neighborhood.
Joining The Autograph Collection this May will be The LaSalle Chicago within the city’s financial district. Guest rooms will be decked out with clubby furnishings and Calacatta marble with Frette linens on the beds. In addition to fine dining, the hotel will also have a modern gym with TechnoGym and Peloton equipment.
The quirky and entertaining Hotel Zazz will open in Albuquerque this April. The owner grew up on the property, which was previously run by her parents. Today’s traveler will experience pops of chromotherapy throughout including murals from local artists and 99 different places to take an Instagram selfie on property.
Lincoln, Nebraska will see a new Marriott Bonvoy opening this month with The Scarlet, Lincoln, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel. It will have 154 rooms, a coffee shop, restaurant and rooftop bar.
As part of Wyndham Destinations, The Moab Resort, WorldMark Associate, is opening in southwestern Utah at the basin of both Arches and Canyonland National Parks. It has 150 apartment-style suites ranging from studios to four bedrooms. Surrounded by the Red Rock landscape, the hotel has plenty of family-friendly amenities including a playground, game room and children’s pool and splash pad.
The Madrona in Healdsburg, California will open in April with dining from Michelin-starred chef Jesse Mallgren and two dozen accommodations in the heart of wine country.
Coming in April will be Silicon Valley’s largest hotel, the 805-room Signia by Hilton San Jose. As the second-ever property for Hilton’s newest meetings and conferences-focused hotel brand, it will have 65,000 square feet of meeting space, which includes the largest ballroom in the region.
California gets its first Conrad hotel in May when the Conrad Los Angeles opens as part of The Grand LA, a shopping, dining and entertainment complex. Rooms will have floor-to-ceiling windows, and guests can enjoy a spa and cityview pool deck while earning (or redeeming) Hilton Honors points for their stay.
Azure Sky will open a 14-room, adults-only property in Palm Springs in mid-April. In view of the San Jacinto Mountains, the property features desert landscaping and a terrace complete with pool and whirlpool.
Near Joshua Tree National Park, The Bungalows, a new project by Homestead Modern will feature 14 recently renovated, mid-century-modern suites on the Joshua Tree Retreat Center campus. For the first time, it will open up the center’s grounds for leisure guests starting in April.
The English Hotel, Las Vegas, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel will open this month with 74 rooms in the Arts District. Away from The Strip, the hotel will appeal to foodies with The Pepper Club, a restaurant by four-time James Beard award-winning celebrity Chef Todd English.
Once an archbishop’s grand country house, Cashel Palace in the Irish countryside opened this month as a Relais & Chateaux property. Within a fully restored palace in County Tipperary, the hotel features 42 guest rooms, a spa with heated pool and a celebrated restaurant named The Bishop’s Buttery.
In London’s West Kensington area, the Other House Hotel will open in April by the husband-and-wife design team of Bergman Design House. The property is part hotel and part residents’ club complete with all-day dining and a spa with indoor pool.
Another London opening during the same month is The Twenty Two, which will open within an Edwardian Manor on Grosvenor Square. It will also house a restaurant and private member’s club in the Mayfair neighborhood.
Hyatt is bringing its extended stay brand to London with the April opening of Hyatt House London Stratford. Within walking distance of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the London Stadium, the hotel will have an all-day restaurant in addition to 127 studios and one-bedroom suites.
This 19th century building in the heart of Copenhagen and once home to part of the University of Copenhagen is now the 25hours Hotel Indre By, which is opening this month. In addition to a Mediterranean restaurant, the hotel will also have a secret garden with outdoor shower and sauna.
Inspired by the city’s diamond heritage, Sapphire House Antwerp, Autograph Collection will begin welcoming guests in April. Each of the 139 rooms and suites has a beautifully crafted Sapphire-shaped table, and some have 18th century fireplaces and high ceilings with the building’s original wood floors.
Paris is bustling with new openings. Pavillon Faubourg Saint-Germain, Paris will open in April. In its namesake neighborhood, it will have a dining room led by Michelin-Starred French chef, Thibault Sombardier and a Prés by Codage spa.
In the 5th arrondissement of Paris, Hotel Orphée will open later this month with Bauhaus design from Paris-based hotel group, Orso. After a day of exploring, guests can relax in its basement steam room.
The new L’Orologio Rome will open this May within Rome’s Palazzo Lavaggi Pacelli, once a 19th century noble palace. The design features the owner’s private collection of watches, which also inspired the design of the Florence and Venice properties, as well as crowns, bracelets and beautiful paintings. In the Pigna neighborhood, the hotel is close to the Pantheon and Piazza Navona.
In April, the Cosmopolita Hotel Rome, Tapestry Collection by Hilton is expected to open as the Hilton Honors brand’s first Italian hotel. It will be in a century-old building with a rooftop terrace overlooking the city.
Conrad Chia Laguna Sardinia will be a family-friendly resort destination when it opens in April. In addition to a pool and spa, the property incorporated a Sardinian design aesthetic into its overhaul before becoming a Conrad.
In the Naschmarkt area of Vienna, Hotel Indigo will open a new-build property in April with 158 rooms. The hotel is themed around the secret gardens of the city and features bucolic design elements and a covered tunnel leading to the main building adding to the hidden-garden effect.
The Hoxton brand comes to Barcelona in May with the opening of The Hoxton, Poblenou. Guests will find a rooftop taqueria and basement events space hosting local cultural programming. Outside, the neighborhood is packed with authentic restaurants and craft breweries.
The Spanish capital will welcome yet another luxury hotel this month when The Madrid EDITION opens. Near Puerta del Sol, this Marriott Bonvoy brand boasts striking, yet opposing, interior designs from Ian Schrager and Paris-based François Champsaur. Two restaurants will add to the appeal.
Mallorca will see two exciting new openings this spring. In April, the 90-room Pure Salt Port Soller will open with the Tramuntana mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as its backdrop. On the northern coastline along Casa Molins bay, El Vicenç de la Mar will open in May as a new member of The Mallorca Ç Collection. The resort is part of Design Hotels, which participates in the Marriott Bonvoy program.
Hyatt Regency Lisbon will begin welcoming guests next month overlooking the Tejo River in the Portuguese capital. In addition to a spa and host of one to three-bedroom suites, it will also have a rooftop restaurant.
At the end of the month, Palazzo Rainis Hotel & Spa, on the Croatian region of Istria, will open as part of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World group. Next to the marina in the city of Novigrod, the hotel will have 16 rooms and suites plus an outdoor pool.
Also in Istria, Hotel Grand Brioni will open on the beachfront of Pula at the end of this month. It will have both indoor and outdoor pools and four restaurants and bars.
Lesante Cape Resort & Villas in Zakynthos, Greece will open as part of The Leading Hotels of the World in May. Designed like a traditional Greek village with center square, church and folklore museum, the hotel has 60 rooms, villas and suites with Zakynthian architecture around the grounds.
In Turkey, METT Hotel & Beach Resort Bodrum will open in April on the Turkish Riviera overlooking the Aegean Sea and the iconic Bodrum Castle. The hotel features 72 rooms and 31 suites, lofts and villas with their own private pools and gardens.
Middle East and Africa
As part of The Avenues, Kuwait’s biggest retail and entertainment, the Waldorf Astoria Kuwait will open in May. The hotel will have some splashy features including an outlet of the famous Japanese restaurant brand, ROKA Kuwait, a club lounge with multiple food and beverage presentations and a 13,560 square foot Waldorf Spa.
Royal Mansour Casablanca, sibling to the well-known Marrakech address, opens this month as part of The Leading Hotels of the World. It adds another option to the luxury hotel list in the country’s largest city and will participate in the Leaders Club loyalty program.
Kempinski Hotels celebrates its 80th property with the opening of The David Kempinski Tel Aviv this month. The hotel is in the city’s newest waterfront skyscraper with a rooftop terrace and swimming pool overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
Lolebezi, a new luxury safari camp in Zambia, will open in May overlooking the Zambezi River. The camp can host 16 people in six suites and is part of the African Bush Camps collection.
Visitors to the Zambezi River have new property in the same month to celebrate when Batoka Zambezi Sands River Lodge opens on the river’s banks. Owned by social entrepreneur and mental health activist Vimbai Masiyiwa, the Zimbabwe hotel will partner with area communities as part of its support-local approach.
The 146-room Fusion Original Saigon Centre will open this May in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam near the Takashimaya Shopping Mall. Floor-to-ceiling paintings of Vietnamese women in traditional ao dai and lotus flower and leaf patterns add to the regional decor. The vertical garden and sixth floor swimming pool are among the most notable amenities in this new city-center hotel.
On the shores of Bangsak Beach in Thailand’s Phang Nga, Avani+ Koh Lak Resort opened this month with 327 rooms. The oceanfront resort is also the launch property for AvaniFit, the brand’s new fitness concept including a mix of endurance and resistance training, aerobics, high-intensity interval training, indoor and outdoor climbing walls and hanging yoga.
As the first international hotel brand in the Vietnamese province, Crowne Plaza Vinh Yen City Centre will open in May. While the region is heavily focused on industry, it is also close to must-visit destinations such as Tam Dao National Park.
In Seoul’s infamous Gangnam district, the 151-room voco Seoul Gangnam opens in April close to designer shopping and vivid nightlife. For those with other plans, there are also three meeting rooms, a fitness center and the opportunity to earn or redeem IHG Rewards points.
Art-themed Roka will open in April on the famous Japanese art island, Naoshima, in Kagawa Prefecture of Japan. Its 11 rooms mostly have open-air baths, and the hotel is decorated with contemporary work from local artists.
The Westin brand (and its ideally timed wellness focus) continues to grow with one of its newest properties set to open in May. The Westin Yokohama, in the city’s Minato Mirai 21 district, will have a spa, fitness studio and wellness-inspired meeting programs “that are designed to spark creativity.”
Close to Fashimi train station and near the Hori River, the new Courtyard by Marriott Nagoya opens this month. The hotel’s color patterns take inspiration from the earthy tones of the river, and in-room bedding features “armatsu shiboril,” Nagoya’s traditional dyed cloth.
At the foothills of the Himalayas, the Hyatt Regency Dehradun opens this month overlooking the picturesque Malsi Forest and the majestic mountains. This is a popular destination for adventure sports, local food trails and pilgrimage visits. Now guests to the area can earn or redeem World of Hyatt points during their stay.
On the Raa Atoll of the Maldives, Alila Kothaifaru Maldives will open in May in time for summer visits from World of Hyatt fans. Its 80 all-pool beachfront and overwater villas have spectacular views of the sea. Scuba divers can explore the colorful corals at nearby Hanifaru Bay, a UNESCO World Biosphere.
With Australia reopening to foreign visitors this spring, its many new hotels are ready to welcome visitors. Among them is the ESCA Inman Valley located just 40 miles outside of Adelaide. With just two luxury suites, this small property is able to place its mobile suites in secluded regional destinations giving guests the experience of being out in nature.
InterContinental Sorrento Mornington Peninsula opens in April just outside Melbourne in Victoria. Many of the rooms in the 145-year-old heritage-listed limestone building face the water. This seaside resort will have a spa and bathhouse, rooftop bar and beer garden. This is one of the many IHG Rewards hotel brands opening this year around the world.
Also opening are voco Melbourne Central and voco Brisbane City Centre in April, both of which are part of IHG’s growing voco portfolio. The Melbourne property will be close to Bourke Street Mall’s shopping area and have a rooftop infinity lap pool. In Brisbane, guests can swim in their own rooftop pool overlooking the Brisbane River.
AC Hotel Melbourne Southbank will open in April with the brand’s distinctive European design and an infinity pool. Guests can earn or redeem Marriott Bonvoy points for a stay as they enjoy views of the city’s skyline.
Mexico and Caribbean
In April, the 735-room Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort will open near Cancun. With 13 food and beverage options, vacationers will not go hungry here. The accommodations will be in two-floor, villa-style buildings.
Margaritaville St. Somewhere Punta Coco, Holbox Island by Karisma opened this month in Mexico with 39 suites, pool with swim-up bar and two open-air restaurants. It is the first property to open for the “luxury casual” St. Somewhere brand. Holbox Island is famous for its bioluminescent waters.
Overlooking the famous of art of Cabo San Lucas, Corazón Cabo Resort & Spa is fully open this month with a new 204-room tower, a beach club and restaurant, rooftop bar and two infinity pools.
Villa La Valencia Beach Resort & Spa will fully open this month in Los Cabos along Golden Beach. With an all-inclusive option, the resort will also feature an ocean-facing infinity pool and a host of resort activities including a kids’ club, cooking classes and dance lessons.
In April, ROK Hotel Kingston, Tapestry Collection by Hilton will open in the Jamaican capital overlooking the seventh largest natural harbor in the world, Kingston Harbour. The hotel will boast a pool deck plus plentiful meeting space, designed to complement the Jamaica Conference Centre just across the street.
Grace Bay Resorts is opening a new luxury resort in May with Rock House in the Turks and Caicos. Its studio suites and single-family homes will be the opposite of the all-inclusives found in other parts of the region. Private pools and outdoor shower gardens are among the accommodation amenities with a beach club available to all guests.
Central and South America
Curio Collection by Hilton gets a new Costa Rican address when the Botanika Osa Peninsula, Curio Collection by Hilton opens in May. With just 43 rooms and a lagoon-style pool, the intimate property puts guests close to Corcovado National Park and its numerous outdoor activities.
In Panama City, Panama, Hotel La Compañia, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt, opens this month. Guests can choose rooms based on three styles of Panamian history. They include the French Colonial wing, which was built by Jesuit priests in 1739; the 1688-era Spanish Colonial wing; and the American Beaux-Arts wing, once a high-end, 1905-built department store.
The Westin Porto de Galinhas, an All-Inclusive Resort, opens in Brazil along the Atlantic Ocean this May. It is part of Marriott Bonvoy’s growing portfolio of all-inclusive resorts.