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Best New Hotel: Margaritaville Hotel Nashville

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This latest Margaritaville property wins big with music fans

Whether for work or for pleasure, a hotel stay can make or break a travel experience. Luckily, dozens of new hotels open their doors across the United States each year, offering travelers even greater choice in where to catch their z's.

  • Margaritaville Hotel Nashville
    Nashville

    The new Margaritaville Hotel Nashville offers an urban retreat for music lovers in the heart of downtown SoBro. The property features a lobby level restaurant, rooftop pool and bar, onsite Starbucks and 217 guest rooms.
    Photo courtesy of Margaritaville Hotel Nashville

  • Saint Kate Arts Hotel
    Milwaukee

    Milwaukee’s newest boutique property is all about the arts – it even gets its name from Saint Catherine, the patron saint of artists. The hotel features 219 guest rooms, five dining experiences, multiple gallery spaces and its own black box theater. Five “Canvas” rooms were designed entirely by local artists.
    Photo courtesy of Saint Kate, and David Mitchell

  • Asbury Ocean Club Hotel
    Asbury Park, N.J.

    The newest hotel on the Jersey Shore, Asbury Ocean Club Hotel features one bedroom suites with expansive terraces and urban lofts with stellar views from nearly every room. Guests enjoy access to a serene pool terrace with a full-service bar and grill, as well as a living room area with floor-to-ceiling glass windows.
    Photo courtesy of Nikolas Koenig / Asbury Ocean Club Hotel

  • Dive Palm Springs
    Palm Springs, Calif.

    This new 11-room adults-only boutique property in Palm Springs takes inspiration from the French Riviera of the 1960s. Amenities include a restored original Libott pool, 12-person hot tub, a central garden with daybeds and French bistro tables and bright and airy rooms, many with private patios.
    Photo courtesy of Dive Palm Springs

  • The Daytona
    Daytona Beach, Fla.

    This new lifestyle hotel in Daytona Beach sits across from the Daytona International Speedway. The property features motorsports-themed amenities, including vintage cars on display and views of the speedway from many rooms. Guests also enjoy a resort-style pool, fire pit and onsite dining.
    Photo courtesy of The Daytona, Autograph Collection

  • Hotel Distil
    Louisville

    Housed in a historic building on Whiskey Row, Hotel Distil celebrates Louisville’s signature spirit with a nightly toast to commemorate the end of prohibition and a rooftop bar serving craft cocktails with house made bitters. The 205 guest rooms, some of them dog-friendly, include high-speed wifi, spa kits and large screen TVs.
    Photo courtesy of Hotel Distil

  • The Guild Hotel
    San Diego

    The Guild Hotel is San Diego’s newest luxury boutique property, housed in the restored Armed Services YMCA building from 1924. Exotic cars sit on display on the terrace each season, and guests enjoy access to custom driving experiences with O’Gara. Other amenities include a 24-hour fitness center, DJ-curated streaming playlist and a curated collection of local art.
    Photo courtesy of Dylan + Jeni / The Guild Hotel

  • Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center
    Philadelphia

    Philadelphia’s tallest tower, the Comcast Center, is home to the new Four Seasons Philadelphia. Highlights include a 57th floor spa with an infinity pool and fitness center, restaurants by James Beard winner Greg Vernick and Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten and guest rooms with stellar views over the city.
    Photo courtesy of Four Seasons Philadelphia

  • Virgin Hotels San Francisco
    San Francisco

    Virgin debuted a new boutique hotel in San Francisco this year, with guest rooms and suites that can be divided into two with privacy doors and amenities like free wifi, a stocked minibar, sit-down makeup vanity, custom beds and Poliform closets. The Everdene Rooftop Bar provides onsite dining.
    Photo courtesy of Virgin Hotels San Francisco

  • Halepuna Waikiki by Halekulani
    Honolulu

    Guests of the new Halepuna Waikiki by Halekulani in Honolulu enjoy exclusive access to a rooftop infinity lap pool, hot tub and pool bar. Other hotel highlights include a public art program with works commissioned for the hotel, daily fitness lessons, weekly wine receptions and ocean views from most rooms.
    Photo courtesy of Halepuna Waikiki by Halekulani

The top 10 winners in the category Best New Hotel are as follows:

  1. Margaritaville Hotel Nashville - Nashville
  2. Saint Kate Arts Hotel - Milwaukee
  3. Asbury Ocean Club Hotel - Asbury Park, N.J.
  4. Dive Palm Springs - Palm Springs, Calif.
  5. The Daytona - Daytona Beach, Fla.
  6. Hotel Distil - Louisville
  7. The Guild Hotel - San Diego
  8. Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center - Philadelphia
  9. Virgin Hotels San Francisco - San Francisco
  10. Halepuna Waikiki by Halekulani - Honolulu

A panel of experts partnered with 10Best editors to pick the initial 20 nominees, and the top 10 winners were determined by popular vote.

Congratulations to all these winning hotels!

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