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New Places to Stay for the Summer

amaneraDRThe official beginning of summer is less than a month away, which means the beaches are about to see a lot more activity as vacationers enjoy the sultry summer weather. To meet the demand, there are several new beachfront hotels that have opened and are ready to welcome you with exciting experiences that will surely be memorable.

For that feeling of kicking off your shoes and just lounging around, you can’t go wrong with Negril, Jamaica’s The Cliff. A complete revamp of the Moon Dance Resort, the hotel has just 22 suites that are among the most spacious in the entire island country of Jamaica. Floor to ceiling windows, a natural saltwater pool, and a trio of bars are a simple of The Cliff experience.

The Dominican Republic has been a popular vacation destination for decades, and thanks to the new Amanera resort it’s become that much more appealing. The resort is located on a secluded beach just an hour away from the airport and the “casitas” on the clifftop come with private plunge pools plus unobstructed ocean vistas.

If you’d prefer something domestic, head over to Laguna Beach, California and stay at the Ranch Laguna Beach, the first hotel to emerge in the area in over a decade. The hotels sits among more than 80 stunning acres of coast and canyons and it’s got plenty of activities for adults and children alike. Yoga, whale watching, and archery are just a sample of what you can expect at Ranch Laguna Beach.

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