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We are parents, too. We think traveling well and traveling with children shouldn’t be mutually exclusive. We have limited vacation time, and we’re not spending our few days of freedom in lousy hotels eating bad food. We know the world is full of wonderful resorts, cool urban escapes and far-flung lodges that can make our time with our kids count. We want it all, and we don’t think it should be so hard to find. So we’re going to share it with you.

 

Most Anticipated Hotel Openings of 2015

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Most Anticipated Hotel Openings of 2015

Henley Vazquez

Need vacation inspiration for 2015? Read on. From the new grand dame in NYC and a restored icon in Paris to a home away from home in Amsterdam and one seriously stylish stay in Morocco, we’re rounding up the most anticipated hotel openings this year. Book now to beat the crowds.


Baccarat Hotel, New York

When: March 2015
What to Expect: Seriously stylish rooms, a swimming pool and some palace-worthy Baccarat chandeliers. Not aimed at families (there's silver leaf in the wood paneling and walls are draped with pleated silk), but a fit for those seeking the newest and greatest, or an unforgettable first trip to NYC.


Rosewood Baha Mar, Bahamas

When: April 2015
What to Expect: Boutique beach babe amid all the buzz and activities of the sprawling, purpose-built Baha Mar complex. Rosewood’s Rose Buds program will keep kids occupied with art, cookery and nature classes, and the hotel can loan everything from bottle warmers to strollers.


St. Regis San Clemente, Venice

When: April 2015
What to Expect: A full-service resort located a short boat ride from San Marco, so families can combine sightseeing in Venice with afternoons by the pool. The Family Traditions program gives you half off a second room and free meals for kids under 12. 


Viceroy Bodrum, Turkey

When: TBD 2015
What to Expect: Space for both couples and families to spread out and find their happy place on 32 acres beside the Aegean Sea.


Mandarin Oriental Marrakech, Morocco

When: TBD 2015
What to Expect: Just 54 Moroccan-styled villas and a kids’ club in the Palmeraie, a short drive from the Medina.


The Lanesborough, London

When: Spring 2015
What to Expect: A London landmark reimagined by the brains behind Paris’ Le Bristol and Antibes’ Hotel du Cap-Eden Roc, with views of Hyde Park and easy access to all the sights.


Four Seasons Hotel Bogota, Colombia

When: Late 2015
What to Expect: One of two new openings from Four Seasons in Bogota, with a hip Zona Rosa locale that will keep your fashion-crazed teens happy.


Sanctum Inle Resort, Myanmar

When: March 2015
What to Expect: A new resort on the banks of Myanmar’s magical Inle Lake, a home base for families to visit the floating villages, historic pagodas and kid-favorite Jumping Cat Monastery.


Cotton House, Barcelona

When: March 2015
What to Expect: Nineteenth-century Catalan architecture meets 21st-century design in a prime location with a rooftop pool for afternoon swims.


Ritz Paris

When: Late 2015
What to Expect: Expect everything from a classic Parisian palace reemerging from a gazillion-euro renovation — including the limited availability of a sure-to-be-hotspot.


Faena Hotel, Miami Beach

When: 2015
What to Expect: A next-level cool factor from the South American chain attempting to one-up the already hot Miami hotel scene, prime for families who hit Miami regularly and like to try what’s new.


Virgin Hotel Chicago

When: April 2015 (in soft opening now)
What to Expect: A hip alternative to the city’s traditional high-end hotels at this first venture from Virgin Hotels. 


Canal House, Amsterdam

When: Summer 2015
What to Expect: Live like a local—a really rich one—in a family-sized private house with the amenities of a hotel and a tricked out bunk room for kids.