The newest round of Inspirato homes and hotels is here, from the mountains of Colorado to the serene waters of the Cayman Islands. And bookings are officially open—which will you visit first?

Los Ocasos — Punta de Mita, Mexico

Tucked within Punta de Mita, just 40 minutes outside Puerto Vallarta, four-bedroom Los Ocasos is the newest addition to the Los Veneros villas—and it may just be our new favorite. It’s just steps from a serene beach, one of the best that the area has to offer.

Sundial — Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Take in sweeping alpine views from the covered outdoor balcony of Sundial, a five-bedroom modern mountain home with multiple gathering areas, perfect for large groups. Plus, it’s near both Steamboat Springs’ base village and the Wild Horse Gondola.

Eagle Ray — Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

One of six new oceanfront residences on Grand Cayman, Eagle Ray is a four-bedroom home with direct access to a secluded stretch of Seven Mile Beach, the island’s best. Stunning views of the Caribbean are visible both inside and outside, especially from the home’s private pool.

Seafoam — Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

is one of five new condos tucked within Laguna del Mar, an upscale enclave on another section of Seven Mile Beach. Its second-floor location allows for sweeping views of the cerulean waters of the Caribbean, and a stay at any of the five condos offers access to Laguna del Mar’s amenities, like an oceanside swimming pool and tennis court.

Baglioni Resort Sardinia — Sardinia, Italy

We’re excited to welcome a brand-new Italian destination to the portfolio: Sardinia. This Mediterranean island offers the feel of the Amalfi Coast without its crowds. Baglioni Resort Sardinia is the ideal home base to explore it: Situated in a pristine marine reserve boasting one of the area’s nicest beaches, the resort offers a spa, a rentable yacht, and a variety of watersports activities.

Rosewood Little Dix Bay — Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

Virgin Gorda is the third-largest of the British Virgin Islands, a popular stopover for cruise ships where visitors stop to see The Baths, a network of photo-worthy grottoes and boulders that dots the coastline. But it’s so much more than just a cruise stop: See for yourself at Rosewood Little Dix Bay. The resort is a secluded, eco-sustainable retreat nestled right along the ocean, with a state-of-the-art fitness center and Rosewood Spa boasting a tiered infinity pool.

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