El San Juan Hotel, Puerto Rico
Hotels throughout Puerto Rico have been rebuilding—and enhancing—their properties post-Hurricane Maria. Opening again in October, this 388-room hotel will blend oceanfront property with Old World luxury. The rejuvenation builds on its previous $65 million renovation, which added a new pool, fitness and spa centers, and expanded its guestrooms. Groups can gaze upon Isla Verde Beach from 40,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, which includes an 11,000-square-foot ballroom.
The Josie Hotel, British Columbia, Canada
The first ski-in/ski-out resort to open in Canada in a decade, you’ll find a four-season wonderland at this property in British Columbia. In winter, step outside into the snowy escape, where activities galore awaits—curling, ice skating and, of course, skiing and snowboarding. The 106 guest rooms afford stunning views of the Red Mountain range, as do the 4,500 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor meeting space. The hotel is slated to open this fall.
Rosewood Baha Mar, Bahamas
Located on Nassau’s Cable Beach, white sand and turquoise waters welcome groups looking for the quintessential Bahamas. With architecture inspired by its low-key, laidback location, each of the 237 guest rooms, suites and beachfront villas are a portal to relaxation. Host your event in any of 12 indoor and outdoor spaces, totaling 14,200 sq. ft.
Hilton Garden Inn Mexico City Santa Fe, Mexico
Combining with DoubleTree by Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe, the completion of this resort creates Hilton’s first dual-brand property in Mexico. Floor-to-ceiling windows and modern architecture greet guests with elegance. The inn adds 190 guest rooms to the adjacent property’s 172, and more than 14,000 sq. ft. of meeting space and 13 meeting rooms are available in the adjoining DoubleTree.