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Believe it or not, the past 12 months were big for hotel openings. Flinging open their doors for the first time, these new and revamped properties welcomed guests inside with a masked hello and a taste of travel's future. Our guide to the essential openings of the past year took us to 29 countries in pursuit of the unforgettable.

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While there are plenty of extravagant stays and familiar brands on the list, we committed to featuring properties that are the best at what they do while displaying a sense of innovation. Brand new builds, century-old architectural masterpieces, and family-run boutiques are all in the mix. Ahead, you'll find a hotel or resort for every taste and travel goal. There's a 19th-century mansion in Jaipur, India, reborn as an intimate urban escape. A sleek getaway amid lush tropical forest on Malaysia's Desaru coast. A safari lodge in Botswana's Okavango Delta where African art is as big a draw as the wildlife.

And a Massachusetts wellness retreatset on hundreds of acres of wilderness in the Berkshireswhere meditation, beekeeping, and organic food awaits. Read on for all 73 properties on the It List — your next adventure is a few clicks away. Angama Mara is a clever distillation of everything that guests need to be delighted on safari, the result of a lifetime of learning by the owners, Nicky and the late Steve Fitzgerald, who have opened more hotels and safari camps across Africa than anyone else in the industry.

From its bird's-eye view of the Mara triangle—a less crowded corner of the Maasai Mara—Angama is the rule-breaker that rewrote the script for contemporary, culturally cool and relevant safaris. It's located on community-owned land, and launched a foundation that continues to raise substantial funds to support core conservation work, education, health care, and small, local businesses.

It did all of this without diluting any of its romantic credentials or skimping on its bold Maasai-inspired suites that sit 1, feet above the Great Rift Valley. The property's second act, Angama Safari Camp, is an even lighter-footprint camp for up to eight guests. Its tents are deed with high-tech canvas to ensure maximum coolness and cross-ventilation, and all come with enormous beds, a separate dressing room, and a bathroom with double bucket showers.

The entire camp can be flat-packed within a couple of days and moved between prime sites, depending on the time of year and where the best game viewing is. What you get is all the up-close thrills of a mobile migration camp without having to forgo the fastidiously detailed and sophisticated style, de, service, and food of the mothership up on the hill.

In an already challenging year, Arthaus Beirut's opening is all the more impressive. This room boutique property eventually, it'll expand to 23 is hidden off a side street in the city's lively Gemmayze neighborhood. It's an oasis-like complex that encompasses a renovated, art-filled 18th-century mansion and three other buildings, plus an expansive courtyard garden and pool.

Despite all the city's calamities, the property's owners—philanthropists and art collectors Nabil and Zoe Debs—never stopped pushing courageously forward. They not only managed to repair extensive damages and reopen just months after August's headline-making port explosion, but have also created both a gallery and haven for the city's creatives, who flock there in the evenings for dinner and drinks among the courtyard's citrus and golden trumpet trees.

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In time, Arthaus Beirut will offer private tours to visit many of Lebanon's most celebrated artists and deers, from the atelier and private museum of Nadim Karam to the wildly joyful workshop of Hoda Baroudi and Maria Hibri, the talented duo behind the international de brand Bokja. Scattered atop a rocky kopje Afrikaans for a small hillHabitas Namibia's 15 tented rooms look over the expansive plains and rolling hills of a ,acre private reserve. While the camp is less than an hour's drive from the capital city of Windhoek, the feeling is one of total isolation.

Safaris are led by a team that represent some of Namibia's diversity: Periuri Uatokuja and Paulus Kambathi weave their respective Himba and Khwe Bushman cultures into the game drive, with conversation ranging from rhino facts to traditional hunting techniques.

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Wellness is a focal point, too. There's sunrise yoga, sound meditation in the bush, and treatments like the Himba-inspired ocher body mask and a knot-busting hot-stone massage. Fifth-generation explorer and naturalist Ralph Bousfield put Botswana's otherworldly Makgadikgadi salt pans on the safari map when Jack's first opened 25 years ago. And it's still the only safari operation for almost miles.

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Over the years, the whimsical, explorer-style tented camp developed a cult following for its refreshingly unconventional approach to everything from the decadently styled, lamp-lit interiors—think Zanzibari four-poster beds, campaign chests, and Persian rugs—to the many madcap excursions led by Bousfield and his loyal band of equally maverick experts in everything from zoology and botany to paleontology and plant medicine. Adventures like searching the pans for fossils and elusive brown hyenas, traipsing through the veld in the footsteps of bushmen to learn ancient survival skills, and sleeping out under the stars have drawn a loyal following.

A timely reinvention sees the new Jack's embracing the future with the latest in Tesla solar-energy tech, while adding nine dreamy 1,square foot tents two were deed specifically with families in mindeach with a private pool, wood-burning stove, and indoor-outdoor shower. For all its modern comforts, Jack's is still a place to succumb to the total silence all around you, and to be humbled by the sheer luxury of space. Suspended high above the Sabie River, in an engineering feat that balances heritage status with sound environmental management, Kruger Shalati feels like a total departure from conventional safari- lodge style.

The hotel is actually a repurposed train comprising 24 glass-walled rooms set on former rail tracks. Romantic touches, like maroon leather headboards and a whimsical suite-ing font, are complemented by vernacular motifs. A favorite example?

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In place of the regular waffle weave, silky bathrobes commissioned from rising textile-de star Bonolo Chepape riff on the bridge's angular arches. I wore one for an in-room spa treatment during which I could admire hippos and elephants in the river below. I then retired to my flawlessly positioned tub before setting off on a game drive.

As part of the hotel's concession agreement, most of the guides and hospitality staff hail from communities surrounding the park. The commitment to economic impact and conceptual innovation is a welcome shake-up. Reviving the nostalgia of camping under canvas, Singita Sabora Tented Camp plunges guests into the thick of the action, with the sights, smells, and sounds of safari amplified to great effect. Nine tents dressed in earthy hemp textiles and leather cascade across an open plain under gigantic skies.

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Thousand-strong herds of wildebeests arrive in May and late October during their migration circuit of the Serengeti. But wildlife sightings are excellent all year round. At night I listened to buffalo rub haunches against the ropes that held our tents to the ground, and through flickering campfire flames I watched lions stalk prey. Flexible all-day dining by the pool, beneath a Balanites tree, or in your tent is accompanied by a wine list with bottles. Private meditation decks complete the picture of a safari that combines the best of the old and new worlds.

Peace and calm define Cairo's latest high-end opening, where the double-glazed windows in guest rooms silence the nonstop action outside on the Nile Corniche. Serenity also reigns at the reflecting pools of the hotel's Water Garden, where you can sip mint tea or a Bloody Mary made with hibiscus-infused vodka amid de details like arabesque lanterns and decorative mashrabiyas windows covered with latticework.

When it's time to explore the city's extraordinary history, fuel up on some of Cairo's best falafel and ful medames a classic Egyptian fava-bean stew with spices at La Zisa—one of six restaurants on property—before heading off to experience the wonders of the Egyptian Museum, Khan el-Khalili bazaar, and the Pyramids, all a relatively short drive away.

And for a glimpse of an unexpectedly bucolic side of the city, the hotel can arrange a speedboat up the Nile for scenes of palm groves, farms, and fishermen, complete with a picnic breakfast on a verdant stretch of the riverbank.

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While you're likely to spot lions, white rhinos, herds of elephants, and even a leopard or two, wildlife isn't the only visual thrill at this Botswana lodge, which is perched on stilts above the Okavango Delta. Xigera teamed with Southern Guild, a Cape Town art gallery, to bring the work of 80 sub-Saharan artists and deers to the property, and each of the 12 tented villas could double as a gallery. Among the standout examples: ceramics from South African artists Andile Dyalvane and Atang Tshikare, wood benches and chairs crafted from fallen trees by Adam Birch, and a totemic sculpture by Conrad Hicks that encircles the crackling flames of the firepit.

But the real showstopper is the three-story Baobab Treehouse, which sleeps two: The steel structure was inspired by a painting of the tree by South African artist Jacobus Hendrik Pierneef.

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The second-floor bedroom has a zippable canvas wall that can open to the starry night sky. And from the top-floor deck, guests can see the delta unfold all around them. Ace Hotel Kyoto is a temple to craftwork from both edges of the Pacific.

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Japanese architect Kengo Kuma of Tokyo Olympic Stadium fame collaborated with California's Commune De on the room property, which opened its doors last June. Part new build and part renovation of the former Kyoto Central Telephone Office from the s, the de makes ample use of colossal wooden crossbeams and natural local materials.

Case in point: the washi- paper walls and Shigaraki tiles fired in ancient kilns that adorn the lobby space.

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Witness the shimmering copper reception desk by Nousaku, a company better known for its metal fixtures for Buddhist altars and one of around 50 artisans involved in outfitting the hotel. This is the American brand's first outpost in Asia, and its beverage and food offerings mark a of other notable arrivals into Japan, including Portland, Oregon fan-favorite Stumptown Coffee Roasters; Piopiko, a taqueria and cocktail bar by Wes Avila of L.

Maurice, by Chef Marc Vetri. Singapore-based hotel group Capella has opened what could be fairly described at the city's most beautiful hotel. The key property sits along the waterfront of the Chao Phraya, Bangkok's great arterial river, using the city's most ancient landscape in a way that few others can. Most rooms and suites feature wide balconies with whirlpool baths that feel like seats at the opera—with the river as the stage.

Down by the water itself, seven garden villas are arrayed among foliage, with the only sounds being the passing rice barges and the occasional singing from a karaoke boat. Capella aims to create an atmosphere of privacy, with sunlit open spaces, gorgeous tearooms and lounges, riverine parks, and grandiose reception areas.

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Outdoor pools are filled with rare birds washing and preening themselves. After sampling bottles of Lopez de Heredia Tondonia Riserva Blanco and an even rarer Donnafugata Passito di Pantelleria, I'm confident in calling this the best wine list in Bangkok. In the mountainous, snow-globe village of Niseko on Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost island, Ritz-Carlton has debuted its latest ultrahigh-end Reserve.

As with its sister properties, the vibe here is intimate, with only 50 guest rooms and an understated de scheme that mirrors its natural surroundings. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame the peaks of Mount Yotei and Mount Annupuri, and rooms are decorated with delicate cherry-blossom motifs in a nod to the area's explosion of blooms every spring. Skiers will appreciate access to over 2, acres of terrain that gets some of the world's driest, fluffiest powder, with plenty of groomed runs and off-piste areas.

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Off the slopes, there are miles of hiking and biking trails, two hole golf courses, and an onsen spa fed by Hokkaido's mineral-rich hot springs. A welcome addition to Kyoto's high-end hotel scene and the first under Japanese ownership the Mitsui is emblematic of the city.

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Guests enter the property through a year-old gate, and step into a property with de details that include a peaceful central courtyard garden by Tokyo-based landscape deer Shunsaku Miyagi and spaces decorated with works by local Kyoto artists.

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