We're close to the end of the year. The summer is over and the holiday season is just around the corner.

The long-awaited Aman New York, the architecturally stunning Conrad Los Angeles, and the Madrid Edition are just some of the amazing hotels that opened throughout the year.

There are still a few months left in the year, so you can plan an end-of-year trip.

There is good news if you want to escape the cold. There are many hotels and resorts opening in Mexico. Nashville is one of the hottest hotel markets in the country and one of the most expensive.

Supply and staffing issues have made new hotels prone to delays. Some of the hotels that have plans to open before the ball drops in Times Square may not open until later in the decade.

Four Seasons Hotel Nashville


New luxury entrants into the market such as the Conrad Nashville are giving the scene an upscale edge. The Four Seasons will be the most expensive hotel in town when it opens this year.

The hotel is located in a highrise by the Cumberland River and is close to the action on lower Broadway and the Country Music Hall of Fame. The hotel is modern and will make you rethink your style.

The spa can be reached by hitting up the seventh floor pool. The hotel can arrange a visit to a recording studio to record your song. Mimo will serve food with a Southern flair.

Cash rates start at $600 a night for stays in December.

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Hyatt Zilara Riviera Maya


Hyatt will open an all-inclusive brand for adults in Mexico in December. Travelers sit on a lot of World of Hyatt points when they stay at the luxury all-inclusive brand, Zilara.

There are a variety of room types at the resort, ranging from 474- square-foot king rooms with balconies to a 1,582- square-foot presidential suite with a terrace.

The guests will not go hungry here. There are four restaurants, including a classic all-inclusive buffet, an upscale Italian restaurant, and a sushi joint.

Guests can enjoy multiple pools, tennis courts, wine tastings, nonmotorized water sports, nightly entertainment and the Zen Spa.

Cash rates are as low as $440 a night. Depending on peak and off-peak pricing, award nights can be booked for double occupancy for up to 25,000 points per night.

Virgin Hotels Glasgow


The Denver outpost of Virgin Hotels will be open in 25 years. The hotel brand will open a second location in Glasgow in December.

Chambers are the rooms at Virgin hotels. The brand's tradition is to divide the room into two separate areas with a large door. Privacy from the bedroom is provided by this. There's a bright red fridge in every room that's stocked with local products.

Guests can enjoy food and drinks in a bar and dining room at the Commons Club.

The opening week rates for Virgin Hotels Glasgow can be found here.

Waldorf Astoria Cancun


If you want to escape the party scene of Cancun and just soak up the sun on a private balcony or relax in a soaking tub, you'll want to check out the new Waldorf Astoria Cancun. The 173 guest rooms and suites are all with private balconies and soaking tub.

There will be a family-friendly option at the resort. You can watch a movie under the stars, make s'mores, or join a fitness class. The spa will have 21 treatment rooms that can be used for either Zen or kayaking.

Fresh seafood will be served at Malpeque while the menu at Ja'o features traditional Mexican dishes. Peacock Alley, the brand's signature bar, will be on-site, even though there are other restaurants and bars.

Cash rates start at $542 a night or 95,000 points, and can be booked through the hotel's website.

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Pendry Washington, D.C. — The Wharf


In Washington, D.C., there is a lot of interest in The Wharf, a new neighborhood that has a lot of exciting bars, restaurants, cafes and shops. This hotel is likely to be one of the best new hotels in the capital.

Expect to rest comfortably in well-appointed rooms with European design touches, large windows and four-poster beds.

The brand's signature bar, Bar Pendry, will be the place to be seen after hours for cocktails in a dark and moody setting. Hit the pool bar on warm days for a swim and a drink. There are Latin American inspired bites on the menu.

Spa Pendry is the perfect place to relax after a day in the Washington area.

You can book with cash rates starting at $447 per night.

The Grayson Hotel


New York is home to many new hotels. The city has experienced a hotel boom over the last few months. Hyatt's Unbound Collection will be opening a new location in Midtown called The Grayson in late October.

Guests will find a spiral staircase on the sidewalk on their way to the second level of the Mediterranean restaurant. Some of the guest rooms have views of the Empire State Building.

There are two bars with city views at The Grayson.

Award nights here range from 17,000 to 23,000 points. The cash rates are around $230.

Rancho Pescadero


Cabo is known for its luxury resorts, party-hard all-inclusives and stunning, rocky vistas, but have you heard of the artist haven TodosSantos? Rancho Pescadero is part of Hyatt's Unbound Collection and should be reached asap.

The original property opened with just 12 rooms. The new iteration of the resort features 103 suites and villas that evoke the spirit of its quiet, rugged location. The move is to get a villa with a rooftop deck or plunge pool that has ocean or coastal views.

This adults-only resort has activities like paddle boarding, aerial yoga, and watching baby turtles hatch, as well as local wildlife-viewing opportunities. ATV desert tours and surfing are some of the things to do nearby.

The resort has a number of dining options, including sips of the resort's own tequila and eating authentic Mexican cuisine.

You can make reservations for a stay at the World of Hyatt resort from October 13th to October 19th. The rates are daily.

Wildflower Farms


There is a 140-acre resort in the Hudson Valley that is about 90 minutes from New York City. You will be able to make reservations on October 1.

There are 65 eclectic and charming cabins, cottages and suites that offer something for everyone.

Being in nature and connecting with the landscape is a core principle of Wildflower farms. Guests can help feed the resort's animals, take a fall foliage tour on an electric bike, or join a botanical baking class to learn how to make flowers.

Hyper-seasonal ingredients grown locally or on-site are what you'll find for dining. New American is on the menu at Clay, as well as The Great Porch lobby bar and Dew Bar.

The cash rates are $390 a night.

Sensei Porcupine Creek


There is a luxury spa near Palm Springs and at the foot of the SantaRosa mountains.

LA's celebrities and social stars will go to it for a while. The resort offers a variety of packages, from entry-level offerings like a spa credit and fitness classes to five-day journeys that leverage technology and a team of health and wellbeing experts.

Take your golf clubs, hit the 18-hole course, practice your tennis serve, hike, join a yoga class, or head into Palm Springs for shopping.

There is a private dining experience called Sensei by Nobuhelmed by world- renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa. Freshly prepared health-focused dishes are the focus of the meal.

You need a minimum stay of two nights to book a nightly rate.