Find the best new hotels opening around the world.
Popular destinations in the Asia Pacific region:
Adelaide in South Australia has a number of new hotel openings worth a visit.
Brisbane in Queensland is one of Australia's popular destinations with a fast-growing number of hotels.
A popular destination in north Queensland, Cairns has a number of new, upmarket hotels.
In the capital of Tasmania you can find a number of new quality hotels to stay.
Melbourne in Victoria has a growing number of new upmarket hotels opened recently.
Perth in Western Australia offers a few new places to stay in and around the city centre.
One of Australia's main attractions for visitors, there is often somewhere new to stay in Sydney.
The beautiful city of Auckland in New Zealand's north island has a number of new openings for your visit.
Paris has plenty of new places to stay from top luxury boutique hotels to mid-range city centre hotels.
There is always somewhere new to stay in London England with plenty of new luxury hotels opened.
The Spanish capital has some recently opened new-build as well as restored historic hotels.
Popular destinations in the Middle East:
The capital of Manama is where most visitors stay and this is where you will find any new accommodation.
With the football World Cup coming to Qatar in 2022, you can expect many new hotels in Doha and the surrounding beaches to open soon.
You can always find somewhere new to stay in Dubai with new hotels and resorts opening regularly.
Abu Dhabi (the capital of the UAE) usually has a few new places to stay open ever year.
Popular destinations in the USA:
All information about new hotels opening contained within this site should be used as a guide only and is as accurate as possible at the time of publication. Please note that some opening dates for new hotels may be a little off at the moment. This is due to the fact that during the pandemic, many planned new hotels that were originally scheduled to open over the last year or so have delayed their opening and some have decided not to open at all (for the moment).