Book a room (or villa) for your post-wedding getaway at one of these brand new hotels and resorts that recently opened.
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One&Only Palmilla, Los Cabos, Mexico
The memory of last year's Hurricane Odile remains—but many damaged hotels are emerging even better than ever. One such property is the One&Only Palmilla, which has been completely rebuilt. Expect ocean-view guestrooms with private decks, personal butler service, and a new steakhouse from chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. (In other One&Only news, the Ocean Club in the Bahamas recently underwent a facelift, including expanded guest rooms and a new beachfront infinity pool.)
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Las Catalinas, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Admittedly, this is more of an entire beach town than a single hotel—but it's an exciting project all the same, complete with a Beach Club (opening in December), shops, restaurants, and a variety of hiking, biking, and horseback trails. Honeymooners can get in on the action by renting one of the many residences, including this beach-chic one-bedroom apartment. Come next year, there will be two boutique hotels to choose from.
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Amanera, Dominican Republic
The latest from Aman Resorts is launching on November 23 on the island's northern coast, with 24 ocean-view casitas (plus a two-bedroom casa) set atop 60-foot cliffs. Guests can spend their days kite-surfing, deep-sea fishing, horseback riding, or just relaxing on the property's private seven-miles beach.
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The Cape, a Thompson Hotel, Los Cabos, Mexico
The first all-new hotel to open since the hurricane is also the first Mexico property for the Thompson Hotel group. (The 161-room property's rooftop bar is another first—and only—for the area.) Other highlights include a restaurant from Mexico City's famed Enrique Olvera, two pools, a spa with ocean-view cabanas, and guestrooms with private balconies.
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Casa Fayette, Guadalajara, Mexico
Guadalajara—Mexico's second-largest city—may not be the first place that comes to mind when planning a honeymoon, but it's worth a short visit for a stay at the latest project from Grupo Habita. Design buffs will especially love the 37-room property, with its stylish interiors designed by Italian firm Dimorestudio and location right in the main art district.
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Paradise Beach, Nevis, Caribbean
This seven-villa resort is set on the island's west coast. Each thatched-roof structure, which range from two- to four-bedroom, come complete with a private plunge pool, courtyard garden, outdoor showers, Hermes toiletries, and a fully-stocked fridge (the contents of which are discussed ahead of time with your personal butler). Don't want to cook your own meal? Chefs are also on call.
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This adults-only, all-inclusive resort debuts November 1, with six restaurants (French, Italian, and Mexican, to name a few), 434 suites that come with private pools and in-room Jacuzzis, and complimentary green fees at the Riviera Maya Golf Club nearby. You can also expect all the water activities the area is known for: kayaking, snorkeling, sailing, and windsurfing.