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Travel Weekly is keeping track of notable hotel and resort opening dates. Read our most recent lists here and here.
The Standard High Line in New York City is set to reopen on Sept. 1. The hotel’s Le Bain Rooftop is reopening earlier, on Aug. 21, while its Biergarten venue has been operating since Aug. 20.
Sister property the Standard Miami Beach is also scheduled to reopen Sept. 1.
Dream Hotel Group’s Dream Downtown hotel in New York is reopening its doors Aug. 21. The property’s 5,000-square-foot rooftop pool venue and its PHD Rooftop Lounge are open and accepting reservations.
The Mandarin Oriental Washington D.C. will reopen on Aug. 24. The property has launched several offers, including a staycation package, featuring daily in-room breakfast, early check-in and late check out and a bottle of champagne or sparkling wine, as well as “Working from M.O.” day rates for those seeking an alternative to the home office.
The Lotte New York Palace in Manhattan reopened on Aug. 10.
Belmond plans to reopen its Belmond Cap Juluca in Anguilla and Belmond La Samanna in St. Martin on Nov. 1 and Nov. 2, respectively. The company will also resume its Venice Simplon-Orient-Express luxury train service on Sept. 10.
The Christopher in St. Barth will begin welcoming back guests on Nov. 24.
Antigua’s The Inn at English Harbour is set to reopen on Nov. 1.
Related: Our map of Caribbean islands open to U.S. visitors, and entry requirements
The Viceroy Los Cabos in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico, resumed operations on Aug. 19. The property’s five open-air dining venues and rooftop bar are up and running, as is the Viceroy Los Cabos spa.
The Nines hotel in Portland, Ore., reopened its doors on Aug. 13.