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14 New Hotels We Can’t Wait to Visit in 2021

BY: Kristy Alpert | DECEMBER 28, 2020

There’s a lot to look forward to in 2021…if even just the fact that it’s not 2020. But the chance for new adventures, new experiences, and new perspectives offers hope that the year will be a good one…and if the new hotels that are opening in 2021 are any indication of what the new year will look like, we should be in good shape. Check out these 14 hotels we’re already looking forward to visiting in 2021.

Montage Big Sky
WHERE: Big Sky, Montana
Opens 2021

Winter guests will enjoy ski-in, ski-out access to 5,800 acres of skiable terrain once Montage Big Sky and Montage Residences Big Sky opens for the season in 2021, while the rest of the year is for exploring the resort’s unreal access to the more than 3,530-acres of the Spanish Peaks natural playground. The resort will feature 150 guestrooms and 39 residences, but it’s the showstopping fireplace in the grand lobby where most guests will wind up after a day spent on the rivers, trails, or slopes.

Read the full list on fodors.com.

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