ME Cabo, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

This 170-room property has reopened after a top-to-bottom renovation and the addition of four new restaurants. Confessions Skybar & Tapas, one of the new adds, is a rooftop bar and lounge that can host up to 500 guests, in addition to hotel’s previous 2,500-person event capacity, including the 1,225-square-foot Evolution Meeting Room. The property’s other dining selections include Funky Geisha, Taboo Beach Club & Restaurant and Mamazzita Mexican Soul.

Rosewood Villa Magna, Madrid, Spain

Rosewood’s first property in Spain, in Madrid’s Salamanca district, features 154 guest rooms, including 49 suites and four signature suites, and 11 meeting venues, the largest of which can host up to 500 attendees. This hotel is home to four indoor-outdoor F&B options, including Amos, inspired by Northern Spain’s Navarre community; and bar and lounge Tarde.o, reminiscent of an English club.

The Ritz-Carlton, Mexico City

At 58 stories, the latest addition to Mexico’s capital sits among the tallest buildings along iconic Paseo de la Reforma. The property features 153 guest rooms, more than 5,300 sq. ft. of meeting space—overlooking Chapultepec Park—and its 38th-floor restaurant, Samos, where guests can treat themselves to Eastern Mediterranean dishes and handcrafted treats from the resident chocolatier.

Hyatt Ziva Riviera Cancun, Mexico

Located near the Cancun Hotel Zone, this all-inclusive is the latest for the Hyatt Ziva brand. Guests will find 438 guest rooms, boasting Caribbean views and rainfall showers; 17 dining choices, ranging from American classics at La Parrilla to Caribbean catches at Balik; a two-story Zen Spa and more than 51,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. There are also many water-based activities to be had, such as Aquaerobics, water volleyball and water sports; on firmer footing, there are also Spanish lessons, cocktail classes and wine tasting, live shows and entertainment to be had.