New construction, renovated properties, all-inclusive resorts, an English manor house, luxury tents, and tiny pod rooms are among our long list of new hotel openings for 2018. Related: The 50 Best Places to Travel in 2018 Décor, whether decidedly modern or historic restoration, is receiving much attention, as are spectacular views and rooftop areas. Uninspired hotel restaurants are becoming a thing of the past as hotels work with recognized chefs to create unique dining experiences and inviting cocktail lounges. Related: The Top 100 Hotels in the World Many of the hotels are destinations in themselves, and others will have you planning a trip to experience the property and explore a new country, city, or even just a different part of town. So, read over our list, take out your calendar, and start thinking about your 2018 travel plans.
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Set your time machine back to 1962.
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The comic-infused resort will be the first-ever Marvel Comics hotel.
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You’ll have 2,000 square feet of space and some of the most spectacular views of New York City.
There will be food and alcohol available 24 hours a day.
Bed and binge.
After a four-year closure, this hotel icon is ready to welcome guests.