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5 Brand New Hotels For Your First Solo Staycation
Start your solo travel experience with a solo staycation at one of these five new hotels. Learning how to travel on the solo tip takes some practice. Starting small by going to a coffee shop with a laptop or book can be a great start. Dinner or the movies is a smart second step. After doing some activities alone and before taking the plunge of flying or road tripping alone, a solo staycation is a good middle step.
These hotels are just opening, so grabbing a room within the first month is ideal. Imagine being the first person to stay in the hotel room of your choice. The service and hospitality will likely be impeccable too, as newly opened hotels are always eager to show off their new digs.
Plan a whole 24-hours around the solo staycation at one of these new hotels. Leave in the early afternoon and enjoy brunch. Then, plan an activity before checking into the hotel. If you’re looking for relaxation, visit the hotel’s spa. Or, stay in for the night and order room service. But if you’re looking for fun, be sure to research the city’s best hot spots and transportation to-and-from the club or bar.
A solo staycation at one of these new hotels can offer a great stepping stool to a longer trip down the road. Plus, it give new solo travelers the opportunity to get to know the hometown better.
1. citizenM Miami
Next Monday, citizenM Miami, will open to guests. Visit and enjoy the rooftop pool and laid- back living room styled lobby. And, if you stayed up late, breakfast can be ordered at any hour through the hotel’s restaurant, CanteenM.
Step out and enjoy the hotel’s two terraces. Take in the view of S. Miami Avenue and pat yourself on the back for a solo staycation well-done.
2. 1 Hotel Nashville
A fast-growing luxury hotel chain, 1 Hotel is now opening its first hotel in Nashville. The new hotel, 1 Hotel Nashville just started taking reservations a little over a week ago.
Guests can expect large rooms, a rooftop bar, terrace, café and full restaurant on site.
Since it’s just across from the Music City Center, there’s probably a show to catch while visiting the 1 Hotel Nashville on this solo staycation.
3. The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad
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It’s hard to get alone time in the big apple. But, Marriott’s newest Ritz Carlton in Manhattan can give you the privacy and seclusion that’s needed to enjoy your first solo staycation.
Opening Tuesday, The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad will be open for solo-staycations in Manhattan. “featuring bold design, legendary restaurants and bars, and immersive experiences, The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad enlivens the essence of the new Madison Square Park, heightened by the genuine care of the Ladies and Gentlemen.”
The hospitality, ambiance and absolute serenity that The Ritz-Carlton exudes is sure to be adopted by upcoming The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad. Reserve The Ritz Carlton Suite and zone out in the media room. Then, wake up in the morning and work out on the peloton in your private gym.
4. Nobu Hotel Atlanta
Scheduled to open in October, Nobu Hotel Atlanta sets the bar for luxury. Thoughtfully planned and executed by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro, and Meir Teper, this hotel is an excellent choice for those seeking a luxurious respite for their solo staycation.
Their site offers a small teaser on the newest addition; Nobu Hotel Atlanta. “Elements of this exciting new development call for a unique, curated dining experience, a 90,000 square-foot Life Time® Athletic healthy living and entertainment destination, and a 12-story Class A office building, complete with a three-story lower level parking garage.”
5. Del Mar Beach Hotel, San Diego
Just a 30-minute drive from SFO, the recently opened Del Mar Beach Hotel is perfect for a beachy solo staycation. This quaint seaside hotel boasts bright and airy rooms, plenty of outdoor space and even poolside service. An added bonus… guests can partake in wine on-demand with the hotel’s Cruvinet wine-dispensing machine.