These new and renovated beach resorts in California and The Bahamas are ready to rock for your group.

Margaritaville Beach Resort Nassau, The Bahamas

Debuting in July, the new resort brings 300 guest rooms with 40,000 sq. ft. of event space to Nassau. The property anchors The Pointe, a waterfront entertainment and lifestyle development with rock climbing, virtual sports, karaoke, bowling, billiards, a surf simulator, a private movie theater and retail experiences. Meet and greet in 26 spaces including an 11,800 square-foot ballroom.

Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine, California

A grand reimagining includes the lobby and foyer, 400 guest rooms and 16 suites, outdoor spaces and the exterior. Breakfast spot Shor reopens this summer with transformed vibes, and seasonally driven DRIFT eat + drink saw a refresh, too. Grab a bacon kimchi grass-fed burger and relax by the patio firepits to stave off beach-town chill. The property has 42,000 sq. ft. of event space.

The Westin Anaheim Resort, California

This new property just opened with 618 guest rooms and 121 suites. Enjoy unique amenities, from Hyperice recovery stations in the gym to the city’s only rooftop bar overlooking Disneyland. After a dip in the heated outdoor pool, dry off and dine at one of the hotel’s seven eateries. While the hotel has 47,542 sq. ft. of its own meeting space, it’s also just 500 steps from Anaheim Convention Center.

L’Auberge Del Mar, California

The 121-room hotel completed a renovation to its lobby and guest rooms, with the addition of a new pool, pool bar and on-site restaurant. Revamped interiors are crisp and modern, with a calming neutral palette and luxurious textures. New eatery Adelaide is a sustainable seafood showcase for ingredients from local farmers and fisherman. The SoCal property clocks in with 16,500 sq. ft. of event space.