Hotel Buzz: Highly Anticipated Hotel Openings

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We've got the scoop on what you need to know for 2012. Seriously, hotel buffs are going to want to read this. Luxury Travel Magazine has released its list of the Highly Anticipated Luxury Hotel Openings for 2012. Told you you'd want to read it.

The first will be the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, which is scheduled to open January 19. Following that, opening on January 31 will be the Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto. The very next day, say hello to the Park Hyatt Sydney. Just in time for a little amor in the City of Love, the W Paris - Opera will open on February 14. In May the St. Regis Mauritius Resort will open its super swank doors, along with the Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg, Russia. Sometime in the middle of this year, Four Seasons Hotel Pudong, Shanghai will make its debut, followed by Banyan Tree Lang Go, Hue - Vietnam. Bulgari Hotel & Residence, London, is also on track to open in 2012. The end of the summer will bring W Singapore - Sentosa Cove, followed by the W Bangkok, which will open in the fall. Finally, we await the opening of the Capella Georgetown, Washington, DC.

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