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Top Luxury Hotel Openings for 2020

Watch for these luxury properties debuting next year in coveted destinations around the world.

A 700-year-old fort in India, a floating Arctic resort and other luxurious outposts in global capitals are among the most anticipated debuts for the new year. Following are some of the most winner-worthy openings for 2020.

Bermuda

• Bermudiana Beach Resort
• Opening: June 2020

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The Bermudiana is fronted by the island’s famous pink sands.

Pink-sand beaches that give way to unbelievably blue waters make Bermuda a top destination for winners. Starting in June, incentive planners will have one more reason to consider the British island territory: the Bermudiana Beach Resort.

The 111-room cliffside condo hotel, a Tapestry Collection by Hilton property, will mark the brand's first venture in Bermuda and second in the Caribbean. Amenities will include an infinity pool, a sauna hut, a spa and a yoga terrace.

California

• Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley
• Opening: TBD 2020

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The Four Seasons Napa Valley will have its own winery.

Make room, Napa Valley: A new winery and resort is coming to town. Calistoga, known for hot springs and mud baths, will soon be home to Four Seasons' eighth California hotel. Luckily for oenophiles -- and de rigueur for Napa -- the resort will have an on-site vineyard and tasting room, a first for Four Seasons. The organic, hand-farmed vineyard will be overseen by superstar vintner Thomas Rivers Brown, and guests will enjoy farm-to-table cuisine from Michelin-starred chef Erik Anderson.

The Napa Valley hideaway will offer two pools and a spa with specialized mud and grape-seed treatments. The 85 farmhouse-chic accommodations will look out on the Palisades Mountains and the vineyards.

England

 Nobu Hotel London Portman Square
• Opening: Spring 2020


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Portman Square will be home to Nobu London and its eponymous Japanese restaurant. Photo Credit: visitlondon.com/Ben Pipe

A new luxury offering is coming to London in the form of a Nobu hotel. The Portman Square property will sit in the heart of the city's West End, near the restaurants and boutiques of the Mayfair district and on the edge of SoHo's vibrant theater scene.

As with all Nobu properties, Japanese fare will be served at this outpost's eponymous restaurant. Plans call for ample meeting space and 249 guest rooms, all designed by the David Collins Studio in collaboration with Make Architects.

France

 Bulgari Hotel Paris
• Opening: TBD 2020


The City of Lights will add a star to its iconic shopping neighborhood, Triangle d'Or, in the new year. Bulgari Hotel Paris will stand at 30 Avenue George V, a coveted address just a few blocks from the Arc de Triomphe and the Seine.

Most of the 76 guest accommodations will be suites at the luxurious property, which is being designed by French architects Valode & Pistre, and Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel of Italy. Top performers can enjoy the 82-foot pool or relax at the high-end spa. The hotel restaurant and bar will open to a charming courtyard garden.

Hawaii

 Mauna Lani
• Opening: January 2020


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Palm trees, natural lava plains and white sand beaches await at the Mauna Lani, which translates to "mountain reaching heaven." Set on 32 oceanfront acres, this getaway will reopen as part of the Auberge Resorts Collection in early 2020, following an extensive $200 million renovation that essentially created a brand-new property.

The 333 guest rooms, suites and private bungalows have been outfitted with contemporary, natural decor to match the tropical terrain. Plans call for three pools, including an adults-only infinity pool; five eateries; and two 18-hole golf courses.

Participants can learn about the history of Hawaii at the on-site cultural center that displays royal portraits and ancient artifacts. The hotel will offer nearly 30 curated experiences, from free-diving and catamaran sails to lei-making and ukulele lessons.

India

 Six Senses Fort Barwara
• Opening: TBD 2020


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History will reign at the new Six Senses Fort Barwara.

Winners will stay like royals at the Six Senses Fort Barwara, a 700-year-old fort being transformed into a high-end hotel and spa. The fort, 68 miles southeast of Jaipur, dates from the 14th century and was once owned by the Rajasthani royal family.

The property, comprising three buildings and two temples surrounded by a wall, is being restored by a team of conservation experts and India-based real estate developer Espire Group. Once completed, Six Senses Fort Barwara will offer 48 suites, two restaurants, a bar and lounge, and two swimming pools. A 30,000-square-foot spa will provide Ayurveda, meditation and wellness programs. Daily safari trips will be available to the nearby Ranthambore National Park, home to leopards, tigers, wild boar and sloth bears.

Mexico

 Caesars Palace Puerto Los Cabos
 Opening: Late 2020


Snorkel among sea turtles and tropical fish in Los Cabos, Mexico's fastest-growing luxury destination. The tip of the Baja California Peninsula is home to the oldest coral reef in North America and will soon welcome a new resort. Caesars Palace plans to make its debut in the country with a $200 million non-gaming beachfront property.

The Puerto Los Cabos hotel expects to welcome its first guests in late 2020, and promises to be worth the wait with a 25,000-square-foot, full-service spa to pamper guests. The 500-room resort will feature three fine-dining spots, multiple pools and an entertainment venue. Active travelers will enjoy on-site tennis courts and two signature golf courses.

Miami

 Ritz-Carlton, South Beach
 Opening: TBD 2020

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The stately Ritz-Carlton, South Beach, will reopen in January 2020 following a multiyear, propertywide renovation. The 1953 art deco property is a Miami Beach oceanfront staple.

All 376 guest rooms and suites are being remodeled, along with the hotel pool, spa, restaurants and bars. The refreshed resort tastefully blends the original structure by architectural icon Morris Lapidus with a fresh dose of Miami glamour.

Bold Latin flavors and fresh ingredients will meet at Fuego Y Mar, one of three dining options, where dishes inspired by Mexican, Cuban, Venezuelan and Colombian cuisine will be prepared over an open flame. Lighter fare will be found at the Lobby Bar, which pays homage to Miami's role in the Prohibition era; or the DiLido Beach Club, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in a beachfront setting.

Morocco

 Fairmont Taghazout Bay
• Opening: 2020


Impressive golf courses, expansive beaches and sublime surfing conditions draw travelers from all over the world to Taghazout Bay, a new resort area along Morocco's southwestern coast. The waterfront Fairmont Taghazout Bay Resort will feature 150 guest rooms, 52 residential villas and a 27-hole golf course.

A range of culinary options are expected, including two restaurants, a lobby lounge, and a pool bar and grill. Leisure time can be enjoyed in the Fairmont spa, exploring the nearby city of Agadir or touring the surrounding desert.

Sweden

 Arctic Bath
• Opening: January 2020


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Dive into Arctic Bath’s open-air cold-water pool.

Incentive winners' stress will drift away at Arctic Bath, a floating hotel and spa on the Lule River in northern Sweden. The starkly beautiful property, which takes design cues from Sweden's historic lumber industry, is set for a winter debut in late January.

Of the property's 12 cabins, half will float above water in the summer and rest on the frozen river in winter. The other half will be elevated on poles above land and connect to the floating complex via footbridge.

Wellness is a central focus of Arctic Bath. An open-air cold bath sits at the center of the complex, surrounded by a hot bath, four saunas and a spa-treatment room. The on-site restaurant will specialize in flavors of the Arctic, featuring locally sourced, sustainable ingredients. After a bath under the Northern Lights, participants can enjoy authentic local experiences like ice-fishing, snowshoeing or embarking on a "moose safari."