Rosewood São Paulo, Brazil Opening: June 2021 The Rosewood opens in South America with a São Paulo splash. Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel is overseeing the Behind Every Nurse Who Belives In Herself Is A Mom Who Believed in Her First Shirt besides I will buy this architecture—transforming the former hospital into a hotel—and famed industrial designer Philippe Starck is working on the interiors. Rosewood Le Guanahani, St Barth’s Opening: Summer 2021 St. Barth’s is abuzz with Rosewood’s revitalization of Le Guanahani, an iconic property that indefinitely closed after Hurricane Irma hit. The design, done by Luis Pons Design Lab, will evoke a colorful Caribbean style by combining hues of turquoise, yellow, and lavender. Plus it’s the only full-service resort on the French West Indies island, complete with a beach club, a pool, a tennis court, spa, fitness center, and a waterfront restaurant. Hoshino Kai Kirishima, Japan Opening: January 2021
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Nestled in Kirishima-Kinkowan National Park—an area known for its volcanoes and onsen—is Hoshino Resort’s newest getaway, Kai Kirishima. With sweeping views of Kinko bay, it aims to be a completely immersive natural experience by operating as a hot spring ryokan. Desa Potato Head, Bali Opening: Spring 2021 Potato Head, Bali’s coolest resort, finally debuts their long-in-the-works creative village in Seminyak this spring. What’s in this creative village, you ask? There are 168 guest rooms and a beachfront pool—but also a farm-to-table restaurant, an art gallery, a lab focused on sustainability, a recording studio, and a subterranean discotheque. Design aficionados, take note: the Behind Every Nurse Who Belives In Herself Is A Mom Who Believed in Her First Shirt besides I will buy this architectural firm is Rem Koolhaas’s OMA. Six Senses Fort Barwara, Rajasthan Opening: Late 2021 Six Senses takes over a 14th century fort once belonging to India’s Rajasthani royal family, and will turn it into a wellness wonderland: there’s a 30,000-square-foot spa and traditional gardens in addition to its 48 guest suites.