Top Four Trendy New Hotels You Need to Visit this Season

As you plan your holiday season, be sure to chisel out some time to travel. Whether you like to travel alone, with your lover, with your friends or with your family, this list is bound to have someplace you want to go. So pack your bags and head on out to these hot new hotels worth visiting this season.

Canyon Ranch Woodside, CA

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Canyon Ranch Woodside’s has 38 spacious rooms, that can be found between their main lodge and their glass-encased treehouses. These beautiful little cottages are suspended amongst the ancient redwoods in the area. With modern amenities such as iPads, sleep therapy sounds machines, and silk linens, you’ll wonder why your treehouse was never this cool. The all-inclusive rate includes everything from meditation sessions to spiritual wellness guides to locally foraged meals planned by an award-winning team of nutritionists. So sit back, relax, and reconnect with nature.

Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas, Mexico

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The Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas takes full advantage of their surrounding landscape on a 2-mile stretch of the untouched East Cape. They boast unprecedented views of the Sierra de la Laguna mountains and prime access to the Sea of Cortez. With 141-rooms amongst an indoor-outdoor landscape and plenty of amenities to keep you entertained, you may never have to leave. Enjoy five restaurants, four pools, a teen and kids program, and boating adventures at this one of a kind getaway.

W Hotel Aspen, CO

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W Aspen is the town’s first luxury hotel to open in over 25 years. Drawing inspiration from the region’s Ute tribe, the town’s mining history, and ’60s and ’70s counterculture, this ski-in/ski-out hotel offers plenty of fun at the base of Aspen Mountain. With a chalet-like exterior, wood finishes, and locally commissioned murals and prints, this hotel is one of its own. Once the sun sets, a fireplace on the second-floor communal Living Room comes alive inviting skiers and snowboarders to easily transition from the mountain into après-mode. Take it all in at the rooftop deck that features fire pits, hot tubs, and a dance floor.

KEX Portland, OR

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Kex Portland is divided into 15 shared rooms and 14 private spaces. With features like industrial feeling bunk bed and sliding drawers, electrical outlets, and privacy curtains, the shared rooms feel just like home. Be sure to bring your swimsuit and hop in the 12-person sauna. The smørrebrøds (open-faced sandwiches) are criminal and the drinks feature Oregon wines you can’t get anywhere else. So grab the fam and join in on the action at this fun Oregonian hotel.